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Alison Morgan-Tansley

Alison Morgan-Tansley

This piece of work was born from a desire to return to research done on the instability of memory.

Anne Jacob

Anne Jacob

I am fascinated with structures and landscapes belonging to a past age.

Barbara Clayton (Socket)

Barbara Clayton (Socket)

I engage in drawing, painting, photography and printmaking inspired by reflections on the elusive qualities of time and place.

Dawn Lemon (Socket)

Dawn Lemon (Socket)

My ongoing work parallel to 3D paintings has been to write and create short films using shadow theatre and silent films reminiscent of early cinema.

Debbie Boon

Debbie Boon

Debbie excels in vivid portraiture, with clients travelling from all over the UK to commission her work. Working from both sittings and numerous photographs, Debbie has an uncanny ability to capture, in a fleeting moment, the life force and character unique to each individual.

Di Illsley

Di Illsley

'I am an analyzer, trying to leave out as much as I can.'

Dorothy Dexter (Socket)

Dorothy Dexter (Socket)

Over time my work has moved through a process of creat­ ing visual or physical layers.

Emma Dexter

Emma Dexter

Emma creates illusions of infinite space through sculpture.

Gavin Darby

Gavin Darby

Gavin works with scrap metal to create snail, flowers, birds, dogs, cats, trees, in fact just about anything you can think of.

Helen Stevenson

Helen Stevenson

As an artist I am influenced by my urban surroundings and our geographical context. The paintings I have submitted to this exhibition reflect the continually changing structures which surround us.

Jane Pepper (Socket)

Jane Pepper (Socket)

Referencing themes in nature such as repetition, 'no two the same', and the principles of 'growth and form'.

Janet Turville (Socket)

Janet Turville (Socket)

The inspiration for my art comes from personal memories of childhood.

Julia Carter (Socket)

Julia Carter (Socket)

Julia Carter's work is about the experience of being human.

Julie Smith

Julie Smith

Stuff stimulates and, through accumulation, paradoxically constricts.

Julie Wise

Julie Wise

I have used my 25 years of teaching experience, as the stimulus for my explorations.

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