Lillias August is a painter in watercolours who depicts humble objects, like beets and onions, with an attention that elevates them.
Ffiona Lewis draws in pastel and wash in her kitchen garden: Rose Stems, Shard Rows, Rhubarb, Rhubard.
Alan Turnbull is finishing a book on Van Gogh but in Lockdown made The Blackbirds Song and Winter Garden series of monotypes.
Jane Lewis usually uses landscape as a starting point for her calligraphic, abstract paintings but here the local wheat fields are clearly evident.
Ruth Philo’s paintings explore abstraction, emerging from experiences of place and walking.
Sarah Milne’s paintings of the Stour Valley landscape have become increasingly abstract in a wonderfully free and fluid way.
Tilly de Willebois is a great cook as well as a painter who closely observes her ingredients.