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 ARCA (1936 - 2005)
Caulfield was part of the British Pop Art Movement. His distinguished style of minimal lines and flat colours was revolutionary at the time.
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.
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.
Henry Collins (1910 - 1994)
A colchester based artist who worked as a designer, painter, and Art Tutor
Ben Coode-Adams (tbc)
Artist, Sculptor, Project Manager, Blacksmith, Builder, Forester, Farmer, Janitor,
Eileen Cooper RA (1953)
Well known as a printmaker and painter, her stylised work is characterised by the use of bold linear figures encompassing a playful narrative.
Corr is known for painting people and places in exuberant and joyful colours in an charming and playful way.
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