Exhibitors 2019

Kayleigh Almara
Kayleigh Almara

Realism artist specialising in pencil drawings of Wildlife, People & Pet Portraits. (Tashi Centre)

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Diana Aungier-Rose
Diana Aungier-Rose

Diana Aungier-Rose was born in Oxford and lived in South Africa for most of her teenage years, this had a profound effect on her work; the sumtious colours of the landscapes. the skies and people of the country are reflected in the opulence and vibrancy of her paintings. (Kingshill House)

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Hester Blenkiron
Hester Blenkiron

'Hester Blenkiron is a budding artist who likes to paint in Acrylics. Her style is dynamic, and boldly expresses the art elements of value and line in excess (Barn Owl Gallery)

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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 acrylics, paints and inks. (Kingshill House)

chidlaw3
chidlaw3

Working mainly with hand-rolled felt and machine embroidery, I draw inspiration from the colours, textures and shapes of the natural world. I am a retired teacher and still enjoy teaching felt making and machine embroidery on my workshops. (Dursley Methodist Church)

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Sarah Davis
Sarah Davis

Sarah Davis is a Slimbridge based stained glass artist whose work includes windows, door panels, hangings and garden structures. Sarah specialises in traditional leaded and copper foiled stained glass, often decorating the surface of the glass with intricate sgraffito painted designs. (Tashi Centre)

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Rita Dee
Rita Dee

Paintings and drawings using mixed media, watercolours and inks. Inspiration comes from the natural world and elements of landscape, including the seashore, rock formations and plants. (St James' Church)

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Jo Duck
Jo Duck

Jo Duck is a potter creating beautiful bespoke ceramics for the home. Her inspiration comes from a background in textile design, a love of nature and historic building. (Kingshill House)

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Helen Edgar
Helen Edgar

British wildlife is the inspiration for most of Helen's work, sometimes, though, she can't resist the beautiful lines of the farm tractor or a harrier jumpjet. Helen makes lino prints, paints mostly in oils and creates meticulous paper cuts to produce deceptively simple screen prints. (Kingshill House)

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Richard Edmunds
Richard Edmunds

Richard Edmunds' work predominantly focused on the built environment, particularly abandoned and fractured structures and how through time, nature reclaims these spaces. (Kingshill House)

Claire Failes
Claire Failes

Claire Failes – Work is informed by the local landscape. She paints in acrylics with many fine layers to build a painting of depth and colour. Sometimes she uses ink line drawings to depict local pathways too. (Kingshill House)

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Mary Grundy
Mary Grundy

South Woodchester Cotswolds based impressionist painter in both oil and watercolours. Inspired by the great impressionists (Studio Maru)

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Dave Hancock
Dave Hancock

Dave hancock’s career has ranged from toy making, the production of decorative furniture, to authoring and contributing to several art and design books. He has also worked in the fields of graphic design and animation. His work ranges from the graphical to the near abstract. (Studio Maru)

Karen Hilliard
Karen Hilliard

Karen is an Irish artist living and working from her studio in Uley, she mostly works in ceramics, often combining a love of drawing and print. (Tashi Centre)

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Rod Hunt
Rod Hunt

Rod Hunt is a Breadstone based photographer. Although Rod shoots a variety of photographic genres, his current focus is on wildlife.photography, dog portraiture and action images, as well as cycle sport (Kingshill House)

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Mel King
Mel King

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

Maureen Knowles
Maureen Knowles

Maureen Knowles uses the old Indonesian technique of Batik. She uses modern dyes on cotton or silk fabric to create pictures of places and natural objects. (Kingshill House)

La Lune Art Studio
La Lune Art Studio

Yvonne and rose at La Lune Art Studio specialise in a mixture of pencil, pastel and recently acrylic paint artwork as well as creating unique, artistic pieces of furniture. La Lune Art Studio hosts art classes in the town of Berkeley and has a valuable website to display their artwork. (Dursley Methodist Church)

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Megan Lansdowne
Megan Lansdowne

Meg Lansdowne is a stained glass artist bringing together traditional skills into a modern (Dursley Methodist Church)

Caroline Marshall
Caroline Marshall

Contemporary photography inspired by the detail in nature often overlooked. (Tashi Centre)

Jon Martin
Jon Martin

Dursley based artist who a paints local landscapes using oils, as seen on Grand Designs!! (Kingshill House)

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Fiona Moir
Fiona Moir

Fiona Moir is an acrylic/oil painter who creatively uses texture and colour within her landscapes. She lives in Dursley and gets her inspiration from walking her dog in the local area and her trips to Scotland. (Dursley Methodist Church)

Lorna Page
Lorna Page

Lorna Page is a countryside artist based in Shepperdine on the edge of the River Severn and is a lover or wildlife, gardening, art, history and heritage. (Dursley Tabernacle)

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Debs Paproska-Cole
Debs Paproska-Cole

Founder member of Cotswold Sculptors' Association, Debs' passion is portrait and figurative sculpture which she has cast into bronze or bronze resin. "There's no greatet satisfaction for me than working a true likeness into my sculpts (Barn Owl Gallery)

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Judith Pemberton-Bennetts
Judith Pemberton-Bennetts

Judith's vibrant impressionist paintings reflect feelings and the landscape around her Cotswold home. Her work is sold worldwide. (Kingshill House)

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John Pinch
John Pinch

John is a maker. He designs all his own work but loves experimenting with different materials and exploring both texture and pattern. His work includes architecture, sculpture, model making, furniture, product design and jewellery. This year, he will be exhibiting sculptures in stone. (St James' Church)

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Joyce Pinch
Joyce Pinch

Joyce is painter of mainly natural forms, using acrylics and oils. Recent focus has been the garden experimenting with composition and scale, inviting the viewer to take a new and a closer look. (St James' Church)

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Amy Primarolo
Amy Primarolo

Amy works with watercolours and is inspired by wildlife, particularly birds. She enjoys using the paint to convey movement and vibrancy, combined with detail to capture character, creating work that brings elements of the outdoors indoors. (Dursley Tabernacle)

Cherie Rimell-Faulds
Cherie Rimell-Faulds

Cherie is a Stinchcombe based Artist and Silversmith. In the past her paintings have focused on bold, colourful renditions of natural elements using acrylics or pastels.But a chance to return to painting in a looser, more flowing abstract format has lured me back to the canvas. (Dursley Tabernacle)

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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. (St James' Church)

Majorie Roper-Marshall
Majorie Roper-Marshall

Marjorie Roper-Marshall enjoys using Oils, Acrylics and Acrylic Inks - Landscapes mostly, but paints various subjects. (Kingshill House)

Matt Rushton
Matt Rushton

Matt Rushton works with acrylic,fine ink pen and a variety of mixed media. He is currently inspired by nature, local buildings and aspects of his surroundings amongst other subject matter. (Dursley Tabernacle)

Karen Schwamm
Karen Schwamm

Karen is a textile and ceramic artist, largely self-taught, Karen enjoys exploring techniques in both media and is always drawn towards landscapes and nature in her work. (Dursley Methodist Church)

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Angela Scrivin
Angela Scrivin

Angela Scrivin is a contemporary watercolour artist who draws inspiration for her loose painting style from the natural landscape where she lives and visits (Tashi Centre)

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Naomi Skelton
Naomi Skelton

Naomi Skelton is a locally based textile artist. She specialises in needle felting and embroidery inspired by local and Scottish nature and scenery. (Tashi Centre)

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Miranda Songer
Miranda Songer

With a love of layered patterns and the natural world, Miranda creates high quality prints of her own finely detailed artwork. Her work is drawn by hand and is not digitally created. (Dursley Methodist Church)

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Clare Stephens
Clare Stephens

Clare Stephens, ceramicist. Pieces are largely inspired from nature and geometric shapes, with a range of thrown and hand-building techniques using different clays relevant to concept and context. Decoration is with a variety of glazes, coloured slips and oxides, to enhance each form and design. Clay, my chosen media, links humanity throughout our history and cultures. (Dursley Tabernacle)

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. (Dursley Methodist Church)

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Ronald Swanwick
Ronald Swanwick

Wildlife and Birds. Original paintings and drawings in a range of mediums. Prints and cards. Commissions welcome. (Barn Owl Gallery)

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Sophie E Tallis
Sophie E Tallis

Sophie E Tallis is a silk, oil and acrylic painter, portrait artist and illustrator (HarperCollins & Penguin Random House), who is inspired nature and the fantastical! Her style is detailed, magical and full of whimsy. (St James' Church)

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TomatoJack Arts
TomatoJack Arts

Angela and Lynda have been making mosaics for over 7 years, independently as well as collaborating in their studio at TomatoJack Arts in Berkeley. They take their inspiration from science and nature whilst exploring different textures and perspectives throughout their varied work.  (Kingshill House)

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Julie West
Julie West

Julie West is a professional artist who specialises in railway art working in oils on canvas and pencil on paper. She also paints landscapes, nature and still life. Her work is for sale and to commission. (St James' Church)

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Yvonne Wood
Yvonne Wood

Yvonne Wood works with needle felt, creating landscapes, that record her life in the Cotswolds and travels abroad. They encompass subtle blends and shades of wool, combined with bright intense colours. (St James' Church)

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