Exhibitors 2017

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Heather Barclay
Heather Barclay

Framing beautiful art is Heather's reason to get out of bed. Creating paper art gives her an excuse to make more frames.

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Nola Bradley
Nola Bradley

Nola lives in Stinchcombe and have been painting a variety of subjects for about ten years, mainly in acrylic paints and inks.

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Paula Campbell
Paula Campbell

A contemporary abstract painter. Her paintings are mostly acrylics and her signature work consists of bold colours with heavily layered impasto effects.

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Tom Carter
Tom Carter

Tom has lived in Thornbury since leaving Hartlepool. Started painting for family and friends about 10 years ago. He paints a range of subjects, exhibiting in the Anchor lower Morton.

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Pauline Chidlaw
Pauline Chidlaw

Working mainly with hand-rolled felt and machine embroidery, Pauline draws inspiration from the colours, textures and shapes of the natural world. She enjoys enjoy teaching felt making and machine embroidery workshops.

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Trish Claridge
Trish Claridge

Trained as a Theatre designer and scenic artist, a lifelong painter and member of The Society of Women Artists Trish paints portraits and figurative pieces, using egg tempera, oils and pastels.

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Richard Coffin
Richard Coffin

Art and it's reflection of nature inspires Richard's wish to express these ideas through paint. It's part of his creative journey.

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Christine Dack
Christine Dack

Christine's landscape paintings depict many areas of the world but for the last two years, subjects have been from West Wales and the Cotswolds.

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Sarah Davis
Sarah Davis

Sarah Davis is a Slimbridge based stained glass artist whose work includes windows, panels & small decorative hangings. Sarah specialises in intricate sgraffito painting on glass.

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Rita Dee
Rita Dee

Paintings and drawings in mixed media, watercolours and inks. Inspiration comes from the natural world and elements of landscape, including the seashore, rock formations and standing stones.

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Rosie Diggins
Rosie Diggins

Rosie has always enjoyed textiles/embroidery; on retiring she took up weaving and her husband learnt how to spin fleece. Her work includes knitting, weaving, felting, quilting.

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Richard Edmunds
Richard Edmunds

My work predominantly focuses on the built environment, particularly abandoned and fractured structures and how through time, nature reclaims these spaces.

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Claire Failes
Claire Failes

The local landscape informs most of her work. Claire works mainly in acrylic and sometimes in black pen drawings. Other work includes mini canvases of natural forms.

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Priya Ghimire
Priya Ghimire

Priya’s passion in life is to paint. Hailing from Nepal where she learned traditional thangka painting. She strives to create beautifully intricate work.

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Jo Gilfoyle
Jo Gilfoyle

Graphics and illustration trained, Jocelyn worked in animation film, and TV for 20 years as a background artist. Her interests now lie in nature and the human form.

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Mike Henton
Mike Henton

Mike has been taking photographs professionally for 36 years. Places, faces, products and spaces are speciality.

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Ben Houghton
Ben Houghton

Ben has been taking photos for around 10 years. Currently a keen hobby, he would one day like to turn photography into a full time venture.

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Mel King
Mel King

Mel King has been interested in art since youth. Her work focuses on the themes of identity, image and the self.

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La Lune Art Studios
La Lune Art Studios

Yvonne Marshall-Jane. Since opening the studio, in 2014, Yvonne has continued to create quality works in her favourite mediums of pencil, charcoal and oil pastel.

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Jane Lampard
Jane Lampard

Jane's pastel and oil paintings are inspired by fleeting effects of light on the landscape. Her aim is to create an atmospheric and expressive interpretation.

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Megan Lansdowne
Megan Lansdowne

Megan is a stained glass artist of 15 years, finally able to turn her hobby into her passion, combining with her training as a teacher to guide others in this beautiful ancient skill.

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Jo Lowde
Jo Lowde

Jo’s ceramics are hand built and Raku fired. She uses clay to draw in three dimensions.Her work is inspired by the animals that surround her on Rodborough Common.

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Debs Paproska-Cole
Debs Paproska-Cole

Debs is best known for her lifelike figurative sculpture based on the human form. Working primarily in clay, her work is then cast into bronze or bronze resin.

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Judith Pemberton-Bennetts
Judith Pemberton-Bennetts

Working in acrylics, Judith's impressionist vibrantly coloured work has a fun, spirited style. Currently influenced by the seasonal changes and cloudy skies in the local area.

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John Pinch
John Pinch

John Pinch is a designer/maker. Throughout his life he has worked with a variety of materials including silver, wood, ceramics, stone, concrete and steel.

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Joyce Pinch
Joyce Pinch

Joyce Pinch is a painter focusing in the main on natural forms exploring arrangement and scale enabling the viewer to take a closer look.

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Cherie Rimell-Faulds
Cherie Rimell-Faulds

Cherie is heavily influenced by the gorgeous colours and textures of the natural world and has been experimenting with a more abstract interpretations.

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Graeme Robb
Graeme Robb

Graeme's paintings are inspired by the Impressionists. He nevertheless manages to imbue his work with a personal approach which make his paintings unique. He has sold work across the UK.

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James Roberts
James Roberts

Since retiring, Dr James Roberts has had more time to pursue painting. He especially enjoys painting in watercolour depicting his local surroundings and the English countryside.

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Karen Schwamm
Karen Schwamm

Textile and ceramic art inspired by nature.

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Anne Slann
Anne Slann

Anne Slann is a local Watercolour and Pastel artist mainly specialising is landscapes and floral paintings

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Phil Summers
Phil Summers

Phil enjoys finding the hidden and ignored in the world around him. Working mainly in Acrylic his paintings celebrate the wonder of the ordinary and beauty in brokenness.

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Ronald Swanwick
Ronald Swanwick

Wildlife and birds. Original paintings and drawings in a range of mediums. Prints and cards. Commissions welcomed.

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Richard Tully
Richard Tully

Richard taught himself to paint from an early age and paints in oils for friends and family but mostly to please himself.

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Tomato Jack
Tomato Jack

Angela Williams and Lynda Knott at TomatoJack Arts create mosaics inspired by nature and science, exploring different textures and perspectives throughout their varied work.

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Exhibitors by Venue

Methodist Church

 
Sarah Davis
Sarah Davis

Sarah Davis is a Slimbridge based stained glass artist whose work includes windows, panels & small decorative hangings. Sarah specialises in intricate sgraffito painting on glass.

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Pauline Chidlaw
Pauline Chidlaw

Working mainly with hand-rolled felt and machine embroidery, Pauline draws inspiration from the colours, textures and shapes of the natural world. She enjoys teaching felt making and machine embroidery workshops.

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Mel King
Mel King

Mel King has been interested in art since youth. Her work focuses on the themes of identity, image and the self.

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La Lune Art Studio
La Lune Art Studio

Yvonne Marshall-Jane, La Lune Art Studio. Since opening La Lune Art Studio with her daughter Rose in 2014 Yvonne has continued to create quality pieces of art in her favourite mediums of pencil, charcoal and oil pastel.

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Phil Summers
Phil Summers

Phil enjoys finding the hidden and ignored in the world around him. Working mainly in Acrylic his paintings celebrate the wonder of the ordinary and beauty in brokenness.

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BenHoughton03
BenHoughton03

Ben has been taking photos for around 10 years. Currently a keen hobby, he would one day like to turn photography into a full time venture.

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Graeme Robb
Graeme Robb

Graeme's paintings are inspired by the Impressionists. He nevertheless manages to imbue his work with a personal approach which make his paintings unique. He has sold work across the UK.

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Judith Pemberton-Bennetts
Judith Pemberton-Bennetts

Working in acrylics, Judith's impressionist vibrantly coloured work has a fun, spirited style. Currently influenced by the seasonal changes and cloudy skies in the local area.

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St James' Church

Debs Paproska-Cole
Debs Paproska-Cole

Debs is best known for her lifelike figurative sculpture based on the human form. Working primarily in clay, her work is then cast into bronze or bronze resin.

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Priya Ghimire
Priya Ghimire

Priya’s passion in life is to paint. Hailing from Nepal where she learned traditional thangka painting. She strives to create beautifully intricate work.

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Tom Carter
Tom Carter

Tom has lived in Thornbury since leaving Hartlepool. Started painting for family and friends about 10 years ago. He paints a range of subjects, exhibiting in the Anchor lower Morton.

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James Roberts
James Roberts

Since retiring, Dr James Roberts has had more time to pursue painting. He especially enjoys painting in watercolour depicting his local surroundings and the English countryside.

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Richard Edmunds
Richard Edmunds

Richard's work predominantly focuses on the built environment, particularly abandoned and fractured structures and how through time, nature reclaims these spaces.

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Richard Tully
Richard Tully

Richard taught himself to paint from an early age and paint in oils for friends and family but mostly to please himself

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The Tabernacle

Ronald Swanwick
Ronald Swanwick

Wildlife and birds. Original paintings and drawings in a range of mediums. Prints and cards. Commissions welcomed.

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Nola Bradley
Nola Bradley

Nola lives in Stinchcombe and has been painting a variety of subjects for about ten years, mainly in acrylic paints, and inks.

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Rosie Diggins
Rosie Diggins

Rosie as always enjoyed textiles/embroidery; on retiring she took up weaving and her husband learnt how to spin fleece. Her work includes knitting, weaving, felting, quilting.

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Karen Schwamm
Karen Schwamm

Textile and ceramic art inspired by nature.

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Paula Campbell
Paula Campbell

A contemporary abstract painter, her paintings are mostly acrylic and her signature work consists of bright bold colours with heavily layered impasto effect.

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Heather Barclay
Heather Barclay

Framing beautiful art is Heather's reason to get out of bed. Creating paper art gives her an excuse to make more frames.

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Richard Coffin
Richard Coffin

Art and it's reflection of nature inspires Richard's wish to express these ideas through paint. It's part of his creative journey.

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Kingshill House

Tomato Jack Arts
Tomato Jack Arts

Angela Williams and Lynda Knott at TomatoJack Arts create mosaics inspired by nature and science, exploring different textures and perspectives throughout their varied work.

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John Pinch
John Pinch

John Pinch is a designer/maker. Throughout his life he has worked with a variety of materials including silver, wood, ceramics, stone, concrete and steel.

Go to link
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Jo Gilfoyle
Jo Gilfoyle

Graphics and illustration trained, Jocelyn worked in animation film, and TV for 20 years as a background artist. Her interests now lie in nature and the human form.

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Jo Lowde
Jo Lowde

Jo’s ceramics are hand built and Raku fired. She uses clay to draw in three dimensions.Her work is inspired by the animals that surround her on Rodborough Common.

Go to link
press to zoom
Rita Dee
Rita Dee

Paintings and drawings in mixed media, watercolours and inks. Inspiration comes from the natural world and elements of landscape, including the seashore, rock formations and standing stones.

Go to link
press to zoom
Jane Lampard
Jane Lampard

Jane's pastel and oil paintings are inspired by fleeting effects of light on the landscape. Her aim is to create an atmospheric and expressive interpretation.

Go to link
press to zoom
Trish Claridge
Trish Claridge

Trained as a Theatre designer and scenic artist, a life long painter and member of The Society of Women Artists Trish paints portraits and figurative pieces, using egg tempera, oils and pastels.

Go to link
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Claire Failes
Claire Failes

The local landscape informs most of her work. Claire works mainly in acrylic and sometimes in black pen drawings. Other work includes mini canvases of natural forms.

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Studio Maru

Christine Dack
Christine Dack

Christine's landscape paintings depict many areas of the world but for the last two years, subjects have been from West Wales and the Cotswolds.

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Cherie Rimell-Faulds
Cherie Rimell-Faulds

Cherie is heavily influenced by the gorgeous colours and textures of the natural world and has been experimenting with a more abstract interpretations.

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Anne Slann
Anne Slann

Anne Slann is a local Watercolour and Pastel artist mainly specialising is landscapes and floral paintings

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Courtyard Café

Joyce Pinch
Joyce Pinch

Joyce Pinch is a painter focusing in the main on natural forms exploring arrangement and scale enabling the viewer to take a closer look.

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Mike Henton
Mike Henton

Mike has been taking photographs professionally for 36 years. Places, faces, products and spaces are his speciality.

Go to link
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Megan Lansdowne
Megan Lansdowne

Megan is a stained glass artist of 15 years, finally able to turn her hobby into her passion, combining with her training as a teacher to guide others in this beautiful ancient skill.

Go to link
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