Richard Allen (tbc)
Stuart Anderson (1967)
Stuart Anderson studied sculpture at Winchester School of Art, followed by Royal College of Art. He is best known for his bronze sculpture of figures, horses, greyhounds and other animals.
Anthony Atkinson RCA (1929)
Painter of architectural and landscape themes in East Painter of East Anglia and Provence. Studied at Royal College of Art under Carel Weight. Was head of Colchester School of Art . Has exhibited at the Royal Academy, Victoria & Albert Museum and elsewhere.
Dan Baldwin (1972)
Dan Baldwin is a Contemporary painter/printmaker and ceramicist. He is part ot the new Young British Artist movement. His artworks the ethereal and poetic, undulating between abstract and figurative images reflecting life and culture today.
Charles Bartlett RWS RE ARCA (1921)
Charles Bartlett is one of Britainís foremost talented watercolour artists and printmakers. His artworks illustrate his love of the light in East Anglia, the flat landscape and the estuaries.
Richard Bawden RWS, NEAC, RE (1936)
The son of Edward and Charlotte Bawden. Richard is a very versatile artist - a noted printmaker and watercolour artist from Suffolk. He has also worked on commissions, book illustrations, murals, glass-engraving, cast-iron furniture design and taught printmaking
Edward Bawden CBE RA (1903 - 1989)
Edward Bawden, CBE RA (1903Ė1989) was an English painter, illustrator and graphic artist, known for his prints, book covers, posters, and garden metalwork furniture. .
Dame Elizabeth Blackadder is widely known for her amazing images of cats and flowers. Her work can be seen at the Tate Gallery, Museum of Modern Art in New York and has appeared on a series of postage stamps.
Sir Peter Blake OBE (1932)
Sir Peter Blake is acknowledged as The Grandfather of Pop Art plus designed Beatles Sergeant Pepper album.
Quentin Blake is best known for illustrating some of Roald Dahlís legendary books, such as BFG, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Matilda, in addition to classics of world literature by authors such as Dickens, Carroll, Orwell and Waugh . He also creates his own fine art works of own strange creatures and people
Sandra Blow RA (1925 - 2006)
Sandra Blow RA was one of the leading lights of the abstract art movement of the 1950s in St. Ives, Cornwall.
David Britton (1937)
Simon Carter (1961)
Simon Carter, studied Art at North East London Polytechnic and still lives and works in North Essex today. Living close to the coastline Carter continuously makes records of observation in drawings, which are later transfigured into paint back in his studio
Patrick Caulfield CBE RA (1936 - 2005)
Best known for his bold colours, black outlines and pioneering minimal way of expressing his subject
Marc Chagall (1897 - 1985)
A Russian-French artist of Jewish origin. An early modernist, associated with Paris and the art forms of Cubism, Symbolism, and Fauvism, and the influence of Fauvism gave rise to Surrealism, whose work was one long dreamy reverie of life in his native village of Vitebsk
Chloe Cheese RCA (1952)
ChloŽ Cheese began work as an artist and freelance illustrator after leaving the Royal College of Art in 1976. She wanted her work to feel informal as though drawn directly onto the printed page. She rarely drew figures. ChloŽʼs personal work always concerns her view of the world around her which she interprets according to her own observation and sensibility.
Bernard Cheese RCA R.E. (1925 - 2013)
Cheese, who was married to Sheila Robinson. Strong connections with Great Bardfield in the 1950s. He studied at the Royal College of Art, where he was influenced by Edwin La Dell. printmaking at St Martin's School of Art from 1950 to 1968, then at Goldsmiths College from 1970Ė78, and Central School of Art and Design.
Ben Coode-Adams (tbc)
Artist, Sculptor, Project Manager, Blacksmith, Builder, Forester, Farmer, Janitor,
Eileen Cooper RA (1853)
Well known as a printmaker and painter, her stylised work is characterised by the use of bold linear figures encompassing a playful narrative.
Michael Coulter (1937)
Michael's observation of people, birds and the ordinary are portrayed skilfully with a light touch and quirky charm. Coastal and estuary settings of Essex, Suffolk & Norfolk regularly feature in his work.
Clare Curtis (00)
Stunning printmaker & Illustrator who lives and works in East Anglia
Alan Davie RA (1920 - 2014)
James Alan Davie was a Scottish painter and musician. He was born in Grangemouth in 1920 and studied at Edinburgh College of Art in the late 1930s. An early exhibition of his work came through the Society of Scottish Artists
Jill Desborough (tbc)
James Dodds RCA (1957)
James Dodds trained as a shipwright in Maldon, but is better known for his distinctive linocuts depicting coastal towns and nautical myths and his large unique and beautiful paintings of boats.
John Doubleday (1947)
His international reputation is more for public sculpture, howeever both his personal paintings and sculpture have a strong mystical sense as he contemplates ones journey through life.
Tracey Emin (1963)
Tracey Emin is one of the so-called Young British Artists (YBAs). She is known for shocking the public with her intimate works of art - in particular her piece My Bed, which was part of the 1999 Turner Prize exhibition, and other works of a sexual nature.
Mary Fedden OBE RA (1915 - 2012)
Mary was born in Bristol and studied at the Slade School of Fine Art. She developed her own unique style of painting imaginative bold quirky and colourful still lives, flowers, people reminiscent of artists such as Matisse and Braque.
Creator of The Clangers (jointly), Bagpus & Noggin the Nog & Ivor the Engine is a master of printmaking
Hannah Firmin (tbc)
Hannah is a graduate of the Chelsea School of Art and the Royal College of Art. Since leaving college she has worked as a freelance illustrator and printmaker doing work for a wide range of clients including many magazines, newspapers, publishers and advertising /design groups.
Sir Terry Frost OBE (1915 - 2003)
Frost is a well known St. Ives artist recognized for his minimal exquisite bold colours, circular forms and abstract compositions.
Anthony Frost (1951)
is an English painter noted for his abstract works consisting of brightly coloured prints and collages.
Eric Gill (1882 - 1940)
English sculptor, typeface designer, stonecutter and printmaker, who was associated with the Arts and Crafts movement
Moira Goodall (tbc)
Moira walks along a beach, and her eye is often drawn to a particular stone or shell. Insprired by texture and form with soft edges feel warn away by the years of tides and waves all telling an individual story are represented in these subtle smoke fired ceramics
Anthony Gormley OBE (1950)
Turner Prize winning artist, best known works include the Angel of the North, a public sculpture in Gateshead in the North of England, commissioned in 1994 and erected ...who expresses a particular interest in the human body. Its physical extension in space, skin as its uttermost point-but also for the sensation of the body as a place to inhabit: where do we begin and where do we end? At our skin?
Maggi Hambling CBE (1945)
A very successful versatile, honest dynamic and bold artist committed to her subject. Arguably best known for her steel scallop shells installed on Aldeburgh beach.
Richard Hamilton (1922 - 2013)
Richard Hamilton was the founder of Pop art and a visionary who outlined its aims and ideals. A lollipop from one of his early collages furnished the movement with its title. His visual juxtapositions from the 1950s were the first to capture the frenetic energy of television, and remind us of how strange the vacuum, tape recorder, and radio must have seemed for the first generations that experienced them. "Pop Art" the British artist declared, would be: "Popular, transient, expendable, low-cost, mass-produced, young, witty, sexy, gimmicky, glamorous, and Big Business."
Angela Harding (tbc)
British birds and wild life have inspired Angelaís images since her student days, in particular her love of familiar garden birds, and also Sea birds found in Norfolk, Suffolk and Cornwall. Working mainly in lino/vinyl and silkscreen, she illustrates her passion for line, combining atmosphere, sense of place and strength of form.
Ian Hay ARCA (tbc)
Mark Hearld (1974)
Hearld is fascinated by nature and its inhabitants. Foxes chickens, cattle and a array of plants and fauna regularly feature in his art works
Stephen Henderson (1956)
Carved wooden sculptures of Birds and Fish usually found along the Essex Marshes where he lives and works
Dame Barbara Hepworth DBE (1903 - 1973)
Known as one of the leading St. Ives artists and sculptor
Patrick Heron (1920 - 1999)
Recognized as one of the great St. Ives artists. Heron was devoted to the analysis of natural forms and colours as a way to express the pleasure of sight believing it to be one of the most important human senses.
David Hockney (1937)
David Hockney is arguably the best known painter of his generation worldwide. Notorious for his large colourful paintings reflecting life in California, recently enjoying a major exhibition at The Royal Academy, London.
John Hoyland RA (1934 - 2011)
John Hoyland studied at Sheffield School of Art and the Royal Academy Schools. His work is represented in public collections including the Royal Academy of Arts, Tate and the Victoria & Albert Museum. He was elected to the Royal Academy in 1991.
Owen Jones expresses her passion for the natural world with simply exquisite watercolours. Drawn to conservatories and green houses full of flowers, foliage and an abundance of natural sunlight.
Heidi Jukes (tbc)
Painting from a perspective of capturing the wilderness of the lonely Essex coastline her paintings give a glimpse into a fleeting moment where the commonplace becomes sublime through a translated perception
Anita Klein's paintings and prints are often autobiographical, incorporating reoccurring themes such as angels and wine or humorously celebrating the small moments in everyday life.
Karolina Larusdottir (1944)
Karolina was given honorary status in 2014 to the Royal Etchers & Engravers and Royal Watercolour Society.This artist creates a world of her own, with imaginary people maybe from memory or ideas which often involve floating angels and strange scenarios all wrapped up in a surreal and timeless atmosphere.
Martin Leman (1934)
Known worldwide for his cat paintings but is also an excellent painter of still life which often containing stones with a sense of St. Ives about them. Martin has had many one man shows in London, and has also shown regularly in St Ives.
A young artist
This artist employs tropical decadent colours in her paintings to illustrate her passion of the sea, sky and landscape. Figures and some animals also feature in her work.
Essex based Artist
Henri Matisse (1869 - 1954)
A pioneer of the Fauvist Movement he unashamedly wanted his work to fill peoples lives with colour, lift them up and make them feel optimistic about life. Regarded as one of the defining artists of the early 20th century.
Bruce McLean (----)
Initially a sculptor who likes to convey sculptural objects now mainly in 2D form. Best known for his bold atmospheric predominantly abstract compositions.
Sir Henry Moore (1898 - 1986)
He was best known for his semi-abstract monumental bronze sculptures which are located around the world as public works of art. The most famous British Sculptor in living memory, noted for his large bronze abstractions of the human figure, typically depicting mother-and-child or reclining figures.
Liz is a printmaker who enjoys islands and the sea. Sea and sand patterns, shapes of stones, textures, imprints in mud and tracks of birds, fish, gulls - and most recently Ė sea myths and biblical stories with sea references, are all used as starting points for her etchings
Paul Nash (1899 - 1946)
IMAGES COMING SHORTLY Paul Nash was a British surrealist painter and war artist, as well as a book-illustrator, writer and designer of applied art. He was the older brother of the artist John Nash. His patterns still inspire contemporary design, and are used in a variety of ways, including on packaging.
John Nash CBE RA (1893 - 1977)
John Nash was a British painter of landscapes and stilllifes, and a woodengraver and illustrator, particularly of botanic works. He was the younger brother of Paul Nash,
Bill Orchard (1940)
In the 1960's & 70's Bill became a major part of the British Pop scene albeit behind the lens of a camera, capturing The Beatles, The Stones, David Bowie, Marc Bolan, Michael Jackson along with many other famous people.
Dione Page R.W.A (0000)
Dione enjoys weaving together still life with landscape and seascape painting with gouache and mixed media. Her main influences are Mary Fedden and Edward Bawden
Shanti Panchal (1951)
Shanti Panchal is a leading London-based Indian artist with an international reputation. Painting with watercolour building layer upon layer, he employs an earthen palette depicting his early years spent in a village in Gujarat, Western India.
Sir Eduardo Paolozzi KBE RA (1924 - 2005)
One of the earliest British Pop Artists and artist. He major figure in the international art sphere who collected fragments and created his own interpretation and vision of the modern world.
Victor Pasmore (1908 - 1998)
Perhaps the most influential abstract artist in Britain and leading abstract painters & printmaker of our time
Barbara Peirson (tbc)
Barbara is an Essex based artist who mainly paints in acrylics. She is interested in figures landscapes and estuary Life in addition to Still life. She is a member of the esteemed Contemporary British Painting group.
Pablo Picasso (1881 - 1973)
Pablo Picasso was a Spanish painter, sculptor, printmaker, ceramicist, stage designer, poet Best known for Cubism, SurrealSchool of Paris painter, sculptor, etcher, lithographer, ceramist and designer, who has had enormous influence on 20th century art and worked in an unprecedented variety of styles.
John Piper RCA (1903 - 1992)
Considered an important British Artist of 20th Century. Famous for his atmospheric images of ruined churches, castles and Stately Homes around the UK.
Patrick Procktor RA (1936 - 2002)
Patrick Procktor RA was a prominent English artist of the late 20th century who had an exquisite sense of colour and design.
Sally Pudney (tbc)
Her work is mainly of East Anglian coastal scenes, especially Mersea Island which she has known well since childhood, seeking to capture the particular character of spaciousness and subtle colour in the sea, the dramatic skies, the small boats and the mud! Other coastal paintings focus on North Norfolk and the Suffolk coast.
Barbara Rae CBE RA (1943)
Rae's imagery combines influence of travel & sun drenched colour with human traces and patterns in the landscape to successfully create exotic abstract and semi abstract compositions.
Dame Paula Rego (1935)
An artist interested in a powerful narrative who often draws from folk tales and stories told to her in her childhood which resonate today.
Ray Richardson (000)
Richardson is best known for reflecting London Characters or American culture often with bull terrier in hand. Always viewed with dry humour and a critical eye.
Bridget Riley CBE (1931)
Riley is famous for being the pioneer of Op Art. Known for her geometric patterns which give a sensation to movement to move to the eye. In 1960's her black and white patterns greatly influenced the fashions and designs of the day
Michael Rothenstein RA (1908 - 1993)
Early Pop Artist and pioneer of British printmaking. Also known as one of the Bardfield Artists
Paul Rumsey (tbc)
Paul Rumsey works predominantly in charcoal on paper preferring tones rather than lines.
Pam Schomberg (tbc)
Pam lives & works in North Essex. She specializes in constructed and hand-built porcelain and stoneware.
Anne Scwegmann-Fielding (tbc)
Anne Schwegmann-Fielding is an internationally renowned British sculptor and mosaic artist. She has been creating artworks using predominantly recycled materials for commission and exhibition since the early 1990's. She is based in the Roman capital of Britain, Colchester, UK
Maurice Sendack (1928 - 2012)
Maurice Bernard Sendak was an American illustrator and writer of children's books. He became widely known for his book Where the Wild Things Are, first published in 1963 Also the prize-winning author and illustrator of more than 100 books,
Using oils Arabella employs a delightful spectrum of seductive gentle colours with engaging compositions to lead the eye around the painting. Her main inspiration starts with domestic interiors and family life.
Michaelís paintings reflect his interest in bar/cafe life and the interaction of people within. Capturing a very British Culture which is slowly disappearing
Tessa Spencer Pryse RBA (tbc)
Tessa is based in Essex, East Anglia and her foremost talent is her successful capturing of light and colour as it bounces, reflects and highlights. Seascapes, estuary views of Essex, French vistas, cafe scenes, Venice markets and the occasional still life fill her canvasses. Her work is influenced by the French Impressionists and Scottish Colourists
Stephanie is an abstract artist who paints using beautiful colours to convey her feelings towards nature and its ever changing patterns and moods.
Ursula Stroh-Rubens (tbc)
Ursula creates unique, hand built sculptural vessels, which are first biscuit fired and then Raku fired or smoked.
Philip Sutton RA (1928)
Philip Sutton, RA is a British artist active since the 1950s, best known for large and highly coloured paintings of landscape, flowers and people. Wikipedia
Glynn Thomas RE (1946)
Glynn Thomas specialises in Etchings of locations around the UK especially of places such as Walberswick, Southworld, Cambridge and London - which all mean something to him. He loves detail and uses additional perspectives to enable him to include even more in his pictures.
Valerie Thornton R.E. (1931 - 1986)
painter and printmaker, was born in London on April 13, 1931. ... In 1944, she returned to London where her art studies began in 1949 at the Byam Shaw School of Drawing and Painting.
Joe Tilson RA (1928)
Originally associated with the Pop Art movement, Joe Tilson now uses hand worked wood and metal in works which aspire to transcend time and cut across cultures, to communicate the sacred in nature via references to pre-classical mythology, the North American Indians,
Julian Trevelyan (1910 - 1988)
Julian TREVELYAN was a Painter and engraver of Surrealist and Expressionist. He was also a poet.
Charles F Tunnicliffe OBE RA (1901 - 1979)
Much of Tunnicliffe's work depicted birds in their natural settings and other naturalistic scenes. He illustrated Henry Williamson's Tarka the Otter. His work was also used to illustrate Brooke Bond tea cards and as a result was seen by millions of young people in the United Kingdom during the 1950s and 1960s. He also illustrated a number of books, including the Ladybird books
Leon Underwood (1890 - 1975)
Leon Underwood (born 25 December 1890 in Shepherds Bush, London, died 9 October 1975) "The precursor of modern sculpture in Britain" was a noted British sculptor, painter, draughtsman and engraver as well as a writer and illustrator, scholar, teacher, philosopher and stained glass and furniture craftsman. He attended the Slade School of Art and founded the magazine The Island in 1931. His work was influenced by African and Cycladic designs.
Nicholas Ward RE (1950)
Nicholas creates elegant detailed petite etchings often of forgotten landscapes old power stations, trains motorbikes converting expressing charm in unlikely places.
Chris Wenlock (1947)
Belinda Worsley (1963)
Artist and Illustrator who has illustrated the latest Topsy & Tim books for Ladybird. Belinda also enjoyes creating mixed media collages with a strong surrealist element.