Experience of place is central to Martin Goold’s artistic activity. Goold likes to work with atmospheric conditions.
Amy has developed a visual language that alludes to the interconnecting natural forms and patterns that surround us.
Goold has chosen to concentrate her work on the coast, where the most intense colours are found, the light from the sky bounces off the sea.
His paintings reflect his engagement with the relationship of the elemental force of nature and the dynamic of abstract painting.
Suchi Chidambaram paints dynamic urban landscapes that express the energy, motion and vibrancy of cities that she associates with.
Animated brushwork, flowing surfaces of paint, and drawn line that inscribes the surface characterize the evocative landscapes of Kathy Little.
Alive with a dynamic expressive energy the landscapes of Jeannette Hayes resonate with a liberated optimistic creativity.
Heather’s paintings wholeheartedly affirm one of the most profound of all human characteristics, the sense of belonging.
Enthralling painterly conjuring radiates from the paintings of Louise McClary.
Mace is interested in how balance is maintained through sequences and paths of directional movement.
Paintings where a woman contemplates, averts direct gaze, she is partly in brilliant sharp focus and partly diffused in a soft dusty area of shadow.
Mysterious and poetic atmospheres emanate from the finely crafted paintings of Elisa McLeod.
Behind the physicality of Sophie Capron’s highly textured paintings there lies a fascination with the constantly evolving impact of human presence on the environment.
The vast expansive landscape of the North of England and its rugged moorland, have captivated and inspired Paul Denham throughout his painting career.
Robert Hewer is constantly searching for that balance of a subtle yet convincing depiction of the face and figure.