Amanda combines technical mastery with 'fast and loose' expressive use of paint to capture the light and atmosphere of the landscape that she knows and loves so well.
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Andrew Allanson was born in Leeds, West Yorkshire and attended Wakefield school of art where he studied painting, sculpture and ceramics. After a move from Yorkshire to Wiltshire, Andrew's studies continued, with the addition of graphic design, photography, 3D design and illustration. Andrew has worked for many years in the advertising and design business employing his skills as a designer, illustrator and director of photography.
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Painting in an expressive, untraditional manner, Claire's critically acclaimed mixed media work is strongly evocative of place.
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Colin Willey's work is about light and its effects. He is excited by the way objects are transformed by light and how the light constantly changes from moment to moment.
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David's watercolours are unashamedly traditional and figurative but are also underpinned by a strong sense of draughtsmanship, a legacy from a rigorous training in architectural drawing and rendering.
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Ian is a Dorset based artist whose extensive travels around Europe has greatly influenced his work. Recently short-listed for Artists and Illustrators Artist of the year 2015, his work hangs in many private and corporate collections worldwide.
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Since his sell-out degree show on his graduation from the Glasgow School of Art in 2007, Jack Frame has fulfilled his promise and built a reputation for his atmospheric landscapes.
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Jan Nelson was born in Glasgow in 1956 and brought up on the east coast of Scotland. A love of the ocean and sailing informs her striking acrylics.
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John paints mostly on location, attempting to capture the essence of the landscape in which he finds himself. With experience of painting the Derbyshire Peak District, Cumbria, and the North Yorkshire Moors, he's recently spent time in the New Forest producing the work in this new collection.
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Landscape is the catalyst for Jonathan's work. Whist he paints from his studio on the Thames estuary, most of his paintings start on location. He takes much inspiration from the rivers, estuaries and low-lying wetlands of the UK.
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Kate is a self taught artist living and working in Penwith, Cornwall. She is drawn to paint colourful rock faces, springtime flowers and cliff tops, hedgerows and landscapes.
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Lesley's deeply atmospheric paintings are a response to the landscape surrounding her home in Yorkshire and further afield. Lesley often starts her work outside to capture the immediacy of her surroundings before letting her memory and imagination take over.
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A self-taught watercolour painter, Lionel combines precise draughtsmanship with a fresh, honest simple technique, striving for loose, positive, deliberate brushwork.
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Marie's beautiful floral canvases are the product of a lifelong love of painting combined with an in-depth knowledge of plants gained from her mother, a keen gardener.
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Michael began his painting career in Norfolk after gaining his fine art degree. Having travelled extensively, including a short spell living in Thailand and the South of France he now works between his two studios in Cornwall and Norfolk. Michael's distinctive work can be seen in art galleries across the UK.
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Miranda's unique style and techniques produce work that beautifully captures the life and vitality of her subjects. You might have spotted her large scale sculptures in the gardens of Lime Wood hotel.
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Painting in an attractive, loose, mixed media style, Nagib's paintings beautifully capture the vibrancy and immediacy of his chosen scene, be that a coastal village or a bustling city vista.
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Nick Mackman is an award winning sculptor who draws on experience as a rhino keeper and from many safari adventures to create sculptures full of personality.
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After graduating from Art College Nick Vivian traveled the world painting trompe l'oeil walls and screens from celebrity homes in LA to palaces in Saudi Arabia. Since 2002 Nick works from his studio in London producing beautiful canvases of semi abstract forest scenes. These paintings can be seen in collections world wide.
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Nicky was born in Durham in 1969 and grew up in Manchester, moving to Surrey in 1986. She originally trained as a designer (BA hons Fashion, Central St Martins 1993) and the influence of her love of textiles can be seen in her use of colour, texture and pattern.
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studied art at the Froebel Institute in Roehampton and in Shrewsbury. Born in Kingston upon Thames, she has lived the majority of her life on her farm in the hills of South Shropshire, where she now paints full time.
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Rosemary Cook SWA
Elected a full member of the Society of Women Artists in 2010, Rosemary's sculptures capture the immediate spark of liveliness and individual character of her subjects.
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Inspired by the wildlife and landscapes around her home in the New Forest Sandra uses a variety of mediums and techniques, such as collage to explore the character and essence of the subjects she paints
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Shazia Mahmood is a graduate of the Winchester School of art (1993-1999) and has painted dramatic, colourful landscapes focussing on mountain ranges all over the world from New Zealand to the Swiss Alps. Her main source of inspiration has recently been Scotland. Using a unusual technique Shazia's work is highly atmospheric.
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Steve Poole was born in London and has been a professional photographer since 1988.
His photographs have been published in major magazines and newspapers across the globe. Five of his portraits have been exhibited in the National Portrait Gallery in London.
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Steve Shaw has established a well earned reputation for his precise, playful and inspired wildlife and still life oils.
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Stewart is inspired by raw and alive landscapes. Skies and the weather play a large part in the composition, and if its raining, part of the medium too.
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Tony's vibrant work has gained a wide following over the years. Exhibited extensively, his work can be found in the state rooms of the Queen Mary 2.
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Limited to just 50 edtions, these high quality giclee prints of Will's work are signed, numbered and titled by the artist. Availble unframed or framed to conservation standards in our own workshop, these limited editions offer an affordable way to enjoy Will's brilliant work.
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The instant, compelling reaction we get from Yvonne's paintings says everything you need to understand about the talent she has for capturing feelings of joy and love.
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