Mark Wilson

I paint in oils, working with perhaps just four or five colours. My subjects are abstract and semi-abstract land and sea-scapes. I work to communicate the restlessness I feel is present within a scene as a continuously shifting intensity of sound and movement. As such, achievement for me is when all of the viewer’s senses are engaged as they look at the work. I want them to hear and feel … Continue reading

Natalie Davies

Natalie is a painter. She regularly exhibits with HAOS. This year she will be showing her most recent series of paintings which are an exploration on the theme of rain.

Sheila Kane

Original paintings in colourful mixed media, interpreting landscapes, nature, sea and skies.  

Heather Glenny

Heather has been a member of HAOS since 2013. She also belongs to other local art groups. She has been developing her artwork over the last thirty years with inspiration coming from nature, gardens and places she has visited throughout her life. Heather always enjoyed drawing and painting from early childhood but as an adult family commitments prevented any progress with art until spare time evolved in the nineteen eighties. … Continue reading

Sharon Norman

Contemporary impressionist painter using oils, water colour & earth inks. Specialising in painting sea, beaches & local scenes. Lively, colourful paintings & affordable trays with watercolour images

Angela Brittain

I am inspired by people, light, motion, natural shapes and reflections. I work by applying many layers of paint to the surface, building complex overlays and edges that work with figures in motion to create a composition where everything is transitory and fluid. I like the sense of depth I can get from this technique and the way light and colour make the focus and the drama. My life has … Continue reading