Peter Dunn – Archaeological illustrations Stonehenge

Archaeological illustrations, reconstruction paintings and drawings of the Neolithic – particularly the monuments and landscapes of Stonehenge, Durrington Walls & Amesbury. Read more –> Peter Dunn worked as an artist and illustrator for English Heritage from 1985 to 2008. His work in archaeology has introduced him to a world as strange, mysterious and complex as any […]

Hashim Akib

“Keen to explore my own ideas and evoke a greater emotional response in my paintings. Contrasting flecks of colour, heavy textural paint and expressive brush strokes combine to bring greater depth and mood to each painting.”  Read more –> Click on image for higher resolution: Hashim Akib – Born 1967 England I am inspired by everyday […]

Tracy Myers

Midwinter by Tracy Myers

Myers produces editions of 12 or less prints using collagraph plates and techniques. Each print is a unique version of its siblings. Read more –> Click on image for higher resolution: Tracy Myers BA – Printmaker I work with other media – pastel and watercolour and occasionally mosaic tiles on pots – but mainly printmaking. […]

Steve Sharples

I was originally attracted by drawing and narrative, but later became interested in paint. I carried on painting figure compositions, portraits and illustrations, selling some and exhibiting a portrait at the BP Portrait Awards at the National Portrait Gallery London. Read more –> Steve Sharples – Born 1965 UK I later attended Falmouth School of Art […]

Lorna Wilson – Prints

Wilson is a bold colourist , this is evident throughout the body of her work. Her abstract paintings display a strong sense of integrity. Read more –> Click on image for higher resolution: Lorna Wilson –BA –  Born 1967 Jamaican-born Lorna Wilson has lived and worked in England for most of her life. She first […]