Julia graduated in Fine Art at Brighton University and has successfully exhibited in London, Birmingham, Bristol, Southampton and New York.
Her studio is by the Thames in West London, a location that inspires a lot of her work. Her use of vivid colours combined with the influence of music produce vibrant and dynamic paintings.
Her paintings are expressive colourful abstract landscapes. She is moved by the sky and sea and captures the uplifting feelings one can experience from being in a wild and dramatic landscape or watching the sun set into the water.
She always listens to music when painting and feels that this has a strong influence on the finished work. Many of her paintings are named after song titles and lyrics.”
Michael trained at Chelsea College of Art and moved to Wales from Surrey in 1984 when he decided to concentrate full time on his painting.
He uses light, colour and brushstrokes to affect solutions in achieving a dramatic style.
His paintings have been published in "The U.K. Master Painters Showcase" for the magazine "The International Artist".
Work is held in private collections and has been exhibited in many U.K. gallery solo and group exhibitions. His international reputation is based on dramatic works in both watercolours and oils that capture the mood of stormy skies over the coastlines of Wales and Cornwall.
Richard has been a full-time professional artist for 44 years. He works from his home in Worcestershire where he has a studio and gallery.
Richard’s early tuition took place at the Birmingham School of Art.
After National Service as a commissioned officer he became studio manager of a major commercial art studio and subsequently worked in advertising and public relations before embarking on a painting career.
His work has been exhibited by The Society of Wildlife Artists, The Society of Equestrian Artists and The Pastel Society. Publishers of his work include Rosenstiel’s, Venture Prints, Solomon & Whitehead, Royles and Medici.
Richard is happy to accept commissions.
Humph Hack curates exhibitions at Malvern Theatre and occasionally shows some of his own work there.
The exhibition is open, 7 days a week, every day until 9th February.