Hilary originally studied textile design at Croydon School of Art. She now paints in oils, acrylic, watercolour and pastels, as well as enjoying the immediacy of monotypes. The natural world, landscape, natural objects and still life are favoured subjects. Hilary grows organic flowers on a local community farm which is a vibrant source of inspiration.
Deben Estuary Oil on board 20 x 20cms
View from the train Oil on board 25 x 20cms
Nacton Shore Monotype 37 x 27cms
My recent drawings have enabled me to work quickly in various locations with a limited range of materials, which has meant leaving behind too much choice, a burden. Travel is an important part of the process and I love to draw in unlikely places with limited space and time, creating a sense of urgency and rapid decision making. Cinema and sport are my areas of life study and I often draw in arenas or cinemas. Drawing somehow gets you closer to your own truth. I studied at the Royal College of Art and worked at the Royal Academy of Arts for several years.
City Biro A4
City Centre Biro A4
City Life Biro A4
Charles Nightingale was born in South-East London and began painting aged 5. He Joined the RAF (1957-1961), and later became a mathematician working at BT (1971-1992) where he helped to develop the JPEG image format. He is an oil painter, ceramicist, watercolourist and printmaker and also works using a computer. He admires Hopper, Spitzweg, Albers, Balla, Benton, Dali, Demuth, Freundlich, Herbin, Lowry, Sheeler, El Lissitsky, Mondrian, Deinaka, Van Doesburg and even Rockwell. He has exhibited in Ipswich, Bury, Newmarket, Aldeburgh, Woodbridge and Beckenham. He loosely follows Tolstoy's definition of art and his oils and relief prints often comment on worldly affairs.
We Good, Them Bad Lino-block Print 36 x 50cms
Hollyhock Garden Watercolour 17 x 25cms
The Long, Long Road Oil 74 x 35cms
Born in Ipswich, 1933 and lives in Woolverstone. Attended Regent Street Polytechnic and Bournemouth School of Art - elected RSMA in 1976. Exhibited widely including 19 consecutive shows at Aldeburgh during Festival. Colin Moss ARCA, EADT art critic says ‘he will make as accurate a memento as one could wish…fastidious craftsmanship unmarred by showy juggling with watercolour’. Award of Excellence from Mystic Maritime, USA 1978. Gives sketching and watercolour courses in his Woolverstone studio and surrounding area. He illustrated the Suffolk Essex Borders by John Salmon and is featured in the National Dictionary of Marine Painters and many other publications.
West Front, Binham Priory Ink and watercolour
Dilapidated barn at Dedham Ink and watercolour
Buoys, Trinity Pier, Harwich Ink and watercolour
Studied 3 years Painting & Drawing, and Art-Foundation at Sir John Cass School of Art in London Whitechapel; Workshop with Ken Paine, Mall Galleries 2007. Oil paint is her favourite medium, working on diverse range of subject matter. Music influences her art in major ways. Annemarie respects a diverse range of artists from all over the world from Turner, to Diebenkorn. Annemarie aims to combine figurative elements, moving towards the abstract. Exhibiting in different UK counties and London. Sold at the Royal Academy; Shortlisted at the Royal West of England Academy, Bristol; Exhibited and sold at the London Biennale; Exhibited in Tuscany, Italy and Vienna, Austria 2019.
Awakening, Blood Moon Eclipse
Oil on canvas board 61 x 45cms
Music Oil on canvas board 41 x 51cms
Sailing, River Blythe Oil on canvas board 24 x 30cms
Jane paints mainly landscapes often including animals and uses a variety of media. She enjoys colour. Born in Surrey she has travelled widely. With degrees in Agriculture and Nutrition, Jane went first to Uganda and later to Fiji and the South Pacific. After her marriage, the couple moved to Singapore, where Jane studied at the Nanyang Academy of Art and also learnt to do Batik. Thence to Istanbul and later to Botswana, where Jane taught the Bushmen in the Kalahari Desert to do batik painting. Back home, they settled in Suffolk. Every where she has lived, Jane has found good art groups and tutors and besides Ipswich, is currently a member Southwold Art Circle and Framlingham Art Society.
Malibu Oil 64 x 54cms
Cattle by the Deben Acrylic on board 41 x 51cms
Top Pond, Letheringham Hall Oil 38 x 49cms
Lisa Ann is a largely a portrait and still life painter, living and working in Suffolk. Self-taught until 2013, when she met and studied with Tony Merrick ROI. Then going on to complete a Diploma in Portraiture at Heatherley's School of Fine Art 2015-17. She works predominantly in oils but enjoys using all mediums. Achievements include - 2016 Daphne Todd prize for Portraiture. 2018 competed in the TV programme Sky Arts Portrait Artist of the year, winning her heat and reaching the semi-finals. 2017 and 2018 respectively, exhibited with the Royal Institute of Oil Painters and Artist and Illustrators Shortlisted Artists of the year at the Mall Gallery in London.
Fascinating Rhythm Oil on canvas board 40 x 40cms
Best friend Oil on board 24 x 37cms
Snowdrops in hand made bottle Oil on board 33 x 25cms
Vrinda Read is an artist living in Ipswich, whose work is based on places she has visited. She graduated with a first class BA (hons) in Fine Art & English in 1997 from Christchurch College, Canterbury and is also a trained teacher of Art. Born in Wales, Vrinda has lived in China and France. Vrinda seeks through her work, to simplify forms, exploring shape and colour to capture the feeling of the scene. She has exhibited work in several venues including the D’Arcy Gallery, Graham & Oldham Artists Gallery, Ipswich Art School and The North House Gallery, Manningtree.
Mountain Path 2 -Costa Brava Oil on canvas 72 x 72cms
Girona Oil on canvas 25 x 25cms
Arches in Florence Oil on canvas 30 x 30cms
Deborah Richards was born in Weston-super-Mare in 1956 and moved to Ipswich in 2007 with her children. She still enjoys painting the local rivers and sea. Deborah has a degree in Fine Art which she completed as a mature student at Glyndwr University School of Fine Art, North Wales. She is currently working with Gagliardi Gallery in Chelsea, London. Deborah works in the new Sennelier Rive Gauche oil paints which are faster drying than linseed oil based paints. They suit her layering techniques which she learned while painting a commissioned copy of a work by J.M.W. Turner.
The Pier at Weston-super-Mare Oil on canvas 100 x 80cms
Jet Trail Oil on canvas 101 x 76cms
Icarus Falling Oil on wood panelling 100 x 70cms
I make sculptures and prints reflecting my interest in the effect of politics and power on individuals and on the world around us. I am interested in the emotions life creates. Drawing is an integral part of making sculpture and creating prints, by recording my surroundings, drawing ideas and planning. My sculptures are a coalescence of ceramics, concrete, ferris and non-ferris metals, welded, cast, brazed, smoked and fired. Currently exhibiting in London, Edinburgh, Cambridge and Suffolk, I have shown widely in the UK and abroad, including Scandinavia, Portugal and Japan.
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You just wasted my precious time
Steel, fibreglass, clocks 39 x 29cms
Lost in the city
Concrete, steel 116 x 41 x 19cms
Escaping the selfie
Concrete, etched steel, steel 129 x 44 x 53cms
The English landscape gives Colin the impetus to paint and achieve an ambition held in check for many years since leaving college in the mid-sixties. His aim is to create an expressive response to the environment - the ever-changing effects of the elements on water, skies, forests and the countryside inspire him to portray an atmospheric and emotional sense of place. As the image "emerges" a feeling of "rightness" prevails - only then can the viewer inhabit that space.
Harbour 5 Mixed media 16 x 20cms
Harbour 6 Mixed media 18 x 21cms
Landmarks Charcoal 15 x 11cms
Born in Middlesex, Dorothy studied for BA (Hons) with The Open University with some elements of Art History. On retirement, she gained certificates in Art and Design at Greyfriars Adult Education and Colchester Institute. Moving to Felixstowe, she joined the Humber Doucy Art Group under Ken Cuthbert. Dorothy works in water-based oils, acrylics and watercolour, painting landscape, still life and flowers. Her love of colour comes from living and visiting Australia. She has exhibited at Reunion Gallery, Felixstowe, Felixstowe Art Group, Woodbridge Art Club and Ipswich Art Society. She admires Matisse, Cezanne, Italian Futurists and Aboriginal art.
Stone Jar with Flowers Oil on board 55 x 45cms
Port of Call Acrylic on canvas 55 x 45cms
Old Boots Watercolour 34 x 24cms
Ursula creates unique, hand-built sculptural vessels, which are first biscuit fired and then Raku fired or smoked. She has travelled extensively in Greece where the evidence of cultural origins and the land, as well as nature and architecture, have greatly shaped her visual language. She relates this experience to the forms and structures that develop through the process of building the pot. Thus birds, trees, skies and land emerge out of slips, pigments and fire. Ursula studied at Goldsmiths’ College School of Art in London where she later was appointed to a lectureship. Her work is held in many collections including the Wilfrid Trust, Auckland, New Zealand, The Gateshead Museum, Shipley and Stadt Dortmund, Germany.
Lipped smoked vessel Ceramic 16 × 17cms
Spouted smoked vessel Ceramic 12 × 11cms
Tall smoked vessel Ceramic 28 x17cms
Gill trained at Birmingham College of Art and worked as a graphic artist in advertising and as an illustrator for a variety of women’s magazines in London. After a career in primary education she retired to Suffolk and studied for an art degree at Suffolk School of Arts UEA where she specialised in portraiture, gaining her BA Hons in 2009. In 2010 she had solo portrait exhibitions at the University’s Waterfront Gallery and at the Peter Pears Gallery, Aldeburgh. She has continued producing illustrative work and portraiture, and paints regularly at Hugh Webster’s Boatshed Studio at Felixstowe Ferry.
The Boathouse, Felixstowe Ferry Watercolour
Illustration for BMA booklet Pen and ink
Portrait of Lindsey Harris Oil
Delia is a figurative artist who lives and works in Ipswich, Suffolk. Her work has been widely exhibited throughout East Anglia, Southern England and London, A particularly significant exhibition in 2018 was Strangers on a Shore at Chappel Galleries, Essex. Delia has sent work to the New English Art Club, ING Discerning Eye (Prize Winner 2015), and had with only isolated gaps, annual acceptances at both from 2006 to date, as well as acceptances at the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition in 2013 & 2016. Delia has been a candidate to become a member of the NEAC in 2017 & 2018.
Paddling Oil on board 13 x 17cms
Mountain Landscape II Oil on board 15 x 30cms
Rainy Day, Brackenbury Cliff Oil on canvas 60 x 60cms
Robert Walker is an oil painter living in Felixstowe, Suffolk moving into the area from Scotland in 1988. His work draws on word play, humour and love, with his style leaning towards realist, quirky still lifes and figurative moments, all designed to bring a smile, a smirk or a thought. His work has appeared in the Ipswich Art Society's selected Annual Exhibition on a number of occasions and he served on its Committee for over 10 years.
Finders Keepers Oil on panel 60 x 50cms
Forever Oil on canvas 80 x 66cms
Sutton Who? Oil on canvas 70 x 60cms
Bryan Whiteley, Suffolk born and a student of Ipswich and Camberwell Schools of Art, studied Fine Art painting and printmaking. He is particularly drawn to landscape and the expression of the forces of nature through light, colour and texture, working in acrylics. He acquired an Albion Press in 2009 and has concentrated mainly on relief printmaking using lino, plywood, MDF board and collagraphs. He loves the art of cutting, the chance effects of working with etched lino and the whole mechanical process. He is a member of Gainsborough’s House Print Workshop, 12 Printmakers and currently Chairman of Colchester Art Society.
Aldeburgh Beach Acrylic and mixed media 91 x 71cms
High Summer Lino print 25 x 30cms
Frosty Morning MDF woodblock print 22 x 22cms
Having always lived in Ipswich, Mark finds his inspiration from the surrounding landscape. His broad range of interests extend from local industrial landscapes, such as the Ipswich docks, traditional Suffolk landscapes to more modern studies and portraits. Mark's work is predominately watercolour and he gets great inspiration from the work of Leonard Squirrell. He also enjoys working in acrylics and soft pastels. Mark is mainly self-taught, however he has worked on several courses run by local artists and this has always given him a fresh way of seeing the world. His work is regularly exhibited throughout Suffolk.
Heavy going Watercolour 30 x 34cms
St Mary at the Quay, Ipswich Watercolour 30 x 30cms
St Clements Church, Ipswich Watercolour 45 x 35cms