Featured Artists Andrew McCutcheon Andrew was a reluctant student of Graphic Design, but his yearning to paint grew into a compulsion. Although his engagement with the landscape remains deep rooted, his paintings are becoming increasingly intuitive; moving away from subject matter and not anchored by any particular place. Compositions often contain suggestive, figurative links to elements of the land but are soon provoked by non descriptive shapes and patterns. Millie Gleeson Millie is a young artist with huge potential. Her works are vibrant, dominated by a strong female form and perfused with a kaleidoscope of colours. "My paintings are studies of female expression and the body. My influences come from stories, mythologies and fantasies revolving around emotion. Andy Cragg Andy's works are influenced by the lines and slices of landscape in its abstract, conjuring recollections and moods of places past, present and invented. He's interested in experimenting with colour, texture and abstract landscapes. One of his techniques is to use hard rubber lino rollers to pick up textures as acrylic paint, when liberally applied, starts to dry and go tacky - to see what textural landscapes can be created. Mark Zytnski Mark makes fine art prints of trees, woodlands and landscapes - each one carefully produced in his studio, many of which are limited edition artworks. "Trees provide us with food, shelter, shade and fuel but also possess a natural beauty of form. This is not only true for a single tree but also for woodlands and tree-filled landscapes as well as for the individual elements that make up a tree - its fruit, seeds, buds, flowers, leaves and bark." & many other artists!