Frank Delano

Oh yes, what shall I write. I was born in the same year as Sir Edmund Hillary reached the South Pole. From there onwards I travelled the globe, lived for many years in Asia and created, created and created.
Apart from that. I possess a wild imagination and a dire urge to express the moment, the feeling or my vision. So you could call my artwork “emotive”.
By using different techniques with oil colours on canvas and artboard, as well as watercolours on classic art paper, my dreams, visions and contemporary thoughts take form and reflect from the paintings. The artwork will take hold of the viewer’s mind and any meaning attached is really up to the spectator. See and feel. It is about the transport of emotions.
The colours are bright and vivid: and yes, I like blue. Enjoy.

Frank Delano

Kate Pincott

British-Persian duo safeguarding traditional handcrafted joinery in a modern-day context. Kate and Abdollah strive to be creators of luxury ‘future heritage’ in everything they do, where modern and high end meets heritage craft and timeless design, so that Nafisi pieces can be passed on to the next generation.

Abdollah Nafisi

British-Persian duo safeguarding traditional handcrafted joinery in a modern-day context. Kate and Abdollah strive to be creators of luxury ‘future heritage’ in everything they do, where modern and high end meets heritage craft and timeless design, so that Nafisi pieces can be passed on to the next generation.

Helga Keri

The painting became a passion of mine from a very early age and continues to be an integral part of my life.
I am inspired by so many things, such as the colors and the trees.
I work in acrylics with pastels or oils.
I have been painting in pastel for over 15 years.
When I was a child, I had got a Master who helped for me in the drawing and painting. He is a great people , he is Volkov Mihail.
Unfortunately, he moved an other region some years later.
I had to look for an other teacher. So I met a talented painter, Gyorgy Kiraly. He helped me for the entrance examination of the University.
I am very grateful to them and for my family.

Mandy Ford

Welcome to my birthing of Broccoli and Grape, what an awesome opportunity that I’m able to step into, with the love and support of family, friends & Faith. I’ve had time to express & evolve into what i’m producing from delicate watercolours to acrylic & other materials. I’ve also explored making & painting my own cards as well as photography. I try and recycle materials were possible.

Pearl Budgen

I love to paint a variety of natural forms,my preferred medium is Acrylic on canvas which l add mixed media for texture,also enjoy working with Charcoal and Pastels.

I started painting for fun and soon discovered a love and outlet for my creative abilities. I found many different ways to experiment with paint and wanted to develop my skills and continued to explore art, so l choose to enhance my learning journey by taking my GCSE A level art qualification at Maidenhead college of art and design. I then went onto complete a foundation course at Basingstoke college. I enjoy working with a variety of mediums and have now specialised in creating mixed media texture pieces in Acrylic on canvas. I love using bright vibrant colours and l feel the texture gives the paintings depth and tactile qualities. I also undertake commissions in Acrylic,pastel and Charcoal working from photographs or life .
I have previously exhibited at Cheltenham,Camberly,Cirencester,Henley, Reading, Wokingham and West Chiltlington.

Vicky Gomez

Vicky Gomez is a Spanish artist based in Horsham. After many years working as Graphic Designer and 3D Artist in several projects, Vicky decided to return to her passion, Painting. Inspired by sea life and nature she starts to create several watercolour works. She always liked to experiment with different materials, using paint, paper, cardboard and pencils in her works. Now she is also using linocut and printmaking in her latest works.
As well as handmade art she continues working with the computer creating different image for posters, postcards and digital art.
She had take part in several exhibitions, most of them in Spain and UK. The last exhibition was the HAOS Contemporary Art Fair 2018.

Vicky Glyn

Vicky Glyn is a textile artist making mainly contemporary wall hangings, but also cushions throws and table mats.

The key qualities of her work are the use of exciting colour schemes, and the interplay of movement and stillness via the use of pattern and geometric forms. Her works seem to glow with an inner light as if back-lit.
Her works often have a spiritual quality, and she says she would like each piece to contain a door into the next world somehow.
She has recently joined an artists’ network, Horsham Artists Open Studios, and has a studio in The Mill in Horsham, Sussex.
Vicky has exhibited her art in shows in the UK and overseas including Dubai and in Deptford X Festival. Her work was selected and shown at the V&A Museum. She has also had solo exhibitions of her wall hangings at The Framers’ Gallery in London’s West End, and at Holy Trinity Church, Sloane Square, and also in hospitals. She has had commissions for clients in the UK, Venice and Scandinavia.