Kate Scott

Kate Scott

I find myself striving to crystallise and recall the intangible sense of a particular place in time, how it looked and felt to be there, both emotionally and physically, be it landscape or exterior space. I experience the physical act of painting like a conversation...
Jane Swan

Jane Swan

I am an English watercolorist on a LARGE scale. I paint on a working stretcher on the floor. I am excited by the smell of wet, unprimed 15oz cotton duck and its drumlike tautness when stretched and the dispersal of heavy bodied acrylic paint in water.
Dorothy Hanna

Dorothy Hanna

I have had work selected for The Royal Academy Summer Exhibition, The Royal West of England Academy and have been a prize winner in the National Original Print Exhibition. I am also an elected member of The 21 Group and The Plymouth Society of Artists
Richard Sharland

Richard Sharland

I work mostly in collage, watercolour and acrylics and occasionally with found objects. My paintings are landscape based or abstract and painted mostly from memory. It is a way of rediscovering – I am interested in the way my perceptions and memories of places...
Chris Thomas

Chris Thomas

Painting has been about finding a place in which I can feel my presence. I am interested in finding dynamic ways of recording these spaces – sometimes this has been outside in the sunshine, rain and wind; at other times it has been inside the rather dark studios I...
Jill Goodman

Jill Goodman

Living in this very rural corner of Cornwall, I walk every day through fields from the studio or along footpaths and out on the moor. I need that connection with the natural environment, from the wooded valley to the rugged hills and granite tors of Bodmin Moor. These...