Showing new work by:
Jacqueline Leighton Boyce:
Jacqueline has a BA (Hons) Degree in Ceramic Design from Central St Martins . Her current work is inspired by the flora and fauna of Exmoor and its landscape. Jacqueline's hand built and beautifully decorated ceramics display a simple and sometimes romantic narrative.
Neville likes to paint the Devon and Somerset countryside using a variety of media, including pastel and acrylic but mainly oils. He is attracted by contrasts in light, colour and texture as the seasons change. Neville likes to sketch and paint outside and most of his work consists of finished pochade paintings and studio work based on 'plein air' sketches
Caroline McMillan Davey:
Caroline's principle aim is to portray the light, colour and atmosphere of the landscape with an honest and spontaneous approach, resulting in striking and vibrant images
David lives in Staffordshire but regularly visits the South West. He uses oils and pastels to create bold and rich in colour, landscapes of Exmoor and North Devon. David has won several prestigious awards including The Pastel Society's Tom Rice Award
Peggy studied fine art and printed textiles at college. As a student she won a prestigious award sponsored by the then Cotton Board. Her design was printed by David Whitehead and was featured in House and Garde. The predominant theme of Peggy's silkscreen's is blue and white china and Staffordshire pottery.
Louise is a internationally exhibited painter and printmaker. .Her work and palette have a fresh and invigorating feel. Louise has been selected to hang at the RA summer show for the last 5 years; she has also been selected by the Royal West of England Academy.
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