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
Colin Self (1941)
Colin Self is predominintly a printmaker who was educated at Wymondham College in Norfolk and then studied art at Norwich Art School and the Slade School of Fine Art (1961-63).
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.
Michael Smee (1946)
Michaelís paintings reflect his interest in bar/cafe and pub 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
Catharni Stern (1925 - 2015)
A sculptor and painter who lived and worked in Essex.
Stephanie is an abstract artist who paints using beautiful colours to convey her feelings towards nature and its ever changing patterns and moods.
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