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Alison Morgan-Tansley

Alison Morgan-Tansley

The desire to paint; to explore its material qualities, unintentionally challenge its convention and consider historical constructs, has been integral to this body of work.

Andreas Tomblin

Andreas Tomblin

My work focuses on the exploration of subconscious codes, energy and messages that manifest themselves within us and the world around us.

Anthony Greentree

Anthony Greentree

‘The Eternal Now’ is a series of paintings I have created of a continual discovery to explore the awareness of the self and the outer universe we are part of.

Barbara Clayton

Barbara Clayton

Extinct and declining businesses became the focus of a body of work with emphasis on the lace industry, cigarette manufacture and cycle production.

Bob Allen

Bob Allen

Since my childhood I have had an interest in mechanical devices. When I was a small boy I had the usual Dinky toys and Meccano but then I was given a quantity of Plasticine with which I modeled a world of make believe based upon machines.

Chris Wright

Chris Wright

Primarily using installation, expanded sculpture and photography, I try to create a dialogue between space and place using temporary, ephemeral and provisional interventions.

David Manley

David Manley

David Manley is an artist working across a variety of media including installation; painting; digital manipulation and photography.

Dee Shiels

Dee Shiels

Dee is a mixed media artist. Her work is influenced by a personal interest in social and political history.

Gavin Darby

Gavin Darby

Recycling scrap metal with imagination and a MIG welder, Gavin Darby of Frailloop creates metal sculpture designed mainly for the garden and other outside locations.

Helen Stevenson

Helen Stevenson

Helen Stevenson’s work is influenced by the geographical context of lives and the spaces where people live and move around.

Helen Williams

Helen Williams

Pataphysics is described as ‘the science of imaginary solutions’, where truths are illusions which we have forgotten are illusions.

Jackie Berridge

Jackie Berridge

My work focuses on human nature, in particular group dynamics and social isolation.

James Adams

James Adams

James is exhibiting 'The Condition of Being' - A labyrinthian sculptural model made of wooden offcuts, created to evoke the metamorphic sprawl of urban architecture.

Jane Pepper

Jane Pepper

Natural History themes form the basis of her practice, and she uses digital photography, video, assemblage and site-specific installation in her work.

Jane Wheat

Jane Wheat

Drawing - Working intuitively, the process initially takes precedence over the outcome.

Janet Turville

Janet Turville

My work is about the impact of consumerism and materialism on everyday living.

Janet Wilmot

Janet Wilmot

Janet Wilmot is an interdisciplinary artist whose work is expressed through ceramics, mixed media paintings and photography.

Jeanette Stevenson

Jeanette Stevenson

Formerly a graphic designer/devoted landscape painter, Jeanette embraced "new media" soon after it came on the scene. Layering photographic transparencies became her passion.

Ju Smith

Ju Smith

I'm interested in the relationship between photography and paint within the context of interior spaces, ambivalent maternal relationships and personal history.

Julie Oldfield

Julie Oldfield

Originally from Peak District coming from an Interior Design background, I now live on the Jurassic Coast near Lyme Regis.

Kerri Pratt

Kerri Pratt

My practice is a personal response to objects and places using the medium of painting and print-making.

Lesley Kelly

Lesley Kelly

I am Sculptor/Maker and a Visual Arts Practitioner.

Louise Garland

Louise Garland

‘Garden under Full-Moon’ is an on-going floor installation, consisting of inter-changing pieces that may exist independently, within small groups, or as a larger collective whole.

Lydia Crump

Lydia Crump

I am interested in psychological processes and the relationship between trauma and creativity. In the making of my work I encounter and encapsulate conflicting worlds, transitory and transitional states, merger and the overlap of experience out of which creativity is born.

Maggy Milner

Maggy Milner

Maggy Milner is fascinated by contradiction, disparity, eccentricity and the whimsical elements of our contemporary world.

Marek Tobolewski

Marek Tobolewski

The Continuum series of works are concerned with symmetry and reflection.

Margaret Cooper

Margaret Cooper

Maggie Cooper was born and raised in Birmingham where she first became fascinated by basket-making and trained at Bournville College of Art.

Marilyn Deakin

Marilyn Deakin

My work is about lost objects and the finding process.  The emotional reaction to finding items is dependent on the criteria set when undertaking the project.

Maud Lannen

Maud Lannen

In my work I use myself to refer to the discomfort, disconnection and vulnerability we all experience in the everyday.

Nicola Rae

Nicola Rae

My work is about materials and memory, preservation and transformation, death and decay - and delight in the diversity of life.

Paula McCann

Paula McCann

My artwork is very much process based. I have an instinctive interaction with my chosen materials and from these I make sculptural pieces and drawings.

Pip Crawforth

Pip Crawforth

Pip is a Nottingham based artist who has a studio in central Nottingham she is mostly preoccupied with large scale paintings on paper in both oils and acrylics.

Raphael Daden

Raphael Daden

Raphael Daden is a Nottingham/UK based sculptor working mainly with light.

Ricky Romain

Ricky Romain

My work is usually figurative, whether it is exploring the poignancy of single male figures, or revealing the multi-layered ambiguity of masculine groups.

Sarah Fiander

Sarah Fiander

I am a sculptor, working with natural materials. I carve modern, abstract forms using traditional tools.

Simon Cook

Simon Cook

Rather than creating an image of something we see, out outer experience, I have been exploring the way our inner selves respond to the world around us.

Susan Greenaway

Susan Greenaway

My work is embedded in an investigation of light and movement including light forms such as LED, halogen, fluorescent, iridescent , daylight, sunlight and chemiluminescent light.

Tom Hackett

Tom Hackett

1000 silicone jelly shoe forms are placed to form a large floor sculpture to dominate the visual field with a bright slightly undulating circular mass of colour.

Tony Moss

Tony Moss

Tony`s art is informed by architecture which he uses as a vehicle to explore spatial perception and representation.

Tracey Kershaw

Tracey Kershaw

My maternal subjectivity is central to my art practice. My work explores notions of change.

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