Mary Ann Mackenzie.

My mother, Valerie Mackenzie was a painter all her life so growing up I was surrounded by oil paints and canvases and the smell of turps was never far away.There were visits by wonderful artists coming in and out of the studio day in day out and with this rather unorthodox childhood it was inevitable that I should end up at Art School, firstly Chelsea School of Art Foundation and then Central St. Martins for a BA hons. degree in Textiles and Applied Arts. Soon I found myself running a small company doing specialist paint finishes, riding the housing boom of the 80’s and 90’s and building up a reputation that carried me and many assistants later through 20 years of getting inside some wonderful houses all over the world. Read More

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Louise Banks.

Along with working as a fine art tutor for Learn Devon Louise Banks also runs her own drawing courses and workshops in local community centres and galleries.  Having trained at Goldsmiths’ College London she has over thirty years’ experience of teaching art to children and adults. As a practising artist she has exhibited work in London, Hampshire and Bristol galleries and art fairs. This includes venues such as the Air Gallery in Dover Street and The Affordable Art Fair, London. She mainly works in oil paint, inks and more recently watercolour. Along with ongoing figurative/life studies, living on the Exe estuary has inspired paintings of the water and local harbour scenes. Read More

 

Trudi Day

I ran my own School of Art for over 12 years whilst living in North Somerset and continue to enjoy the interactivity with students of all ages and abilities. During this time I developed my own ‘Complete Beginners Watercolour Course’ which introduces the structure of learning to paint in the fluid and exciting medium of watercolour to new students. I’ve also been taking students to Portugal on tutored painting holidays since 2005.
I trained as a colour therapist in 2006 and find this invaluable with both my teaching and my own painting. I completed my training as an NLP Master Practitioner in 2012 and became a Sue Stone Accredited Coach in January 2018 and now help students and clients on a one-to-one basis using ‘Healing Art’ and mindfulness.
I have a gentle but encouraging teaching style, helping students of all stages of life find their own painting style and conquer the fear of the white piece of paper! I love working with people, helping them release their creative talent, enjoy colour and find a passion in art and nature. Read more.

Kate Tuke

As a tom boy I spent much of my childhood outside and probably should have pursued a career in horticulture straight after school. However I was put off by the thought of all those Latin names and so got sidetracked into other things. It was not until the early 1990’s, whilst standing in a temple garden in Northern China, that I realised just how much I love plants and gardens. I determined then that I would change career and study horticulture.
After a stint at Hadlow College in Kent studying horticulture, I worked for a year at Read’s Nursery in Norfolk. They specialised in tender plants suitable for growing in conservatories, as well as figs, citrus, indoor grapes and pot grown fruit. A fabulous year as a student at RHS Wisley followed where I learnt so much, but the highlight of that time was the amazing opportunity to spend 3 weekends working at Great Dixter. That garden, Christopher Lloyd and the head gardener Fergus Garret, continue to be a huge inspiration to me. Read more.

 

Hugh Dunford Wood

Hugh Dunford Wood has worked as an artist designer since his student days in the 1970s at the Ruskin School of Art in Oxford.  It was as though his military father had planted an onion and up came a daffodil.

He paints landscapes and portraits; he also designs textiles, crockery, jewellery, neon and wallpapers (<http://www.dunfordwood.com>).  He has worked with The National Trust, Paul Smith & Yoshi Yamamoto, and many other national & international designers.

Portraits of film makers and poets, families and death masks, landscapes and engravings have been the staple of his art, with which he has worked as Artist-in-Residence with the Royal Shakespeare Company,Read More

 

Sarah Richardson

Based in West London Sarah has a BA in Art from St Martins School of Art, a Diploma in Portrait Painting and a Post Diploma in Portrait Painting from Heatherleys School of Fine Art, Chelsea. Having painted in one form or another all her professional life she is now concentrating purely on portraiture exploring the relationship between flesh and paint and how moving the paint around the canvas can become very sculptural. Recent exhibitions include Royal Society of Portrait Painters ,The Pastel Society, The Royal Society of Oil Painters. She was awarded the Arts Club Charitable Trust Prize 2014. Publications include “Painting the Human Figure’ Atul Vohora. Private Collections include Newnham College Cambridge. She is also a founding member of The Lots Road Group. www.sarahrichardsonportraits.com

 

 

Hannah Twine

Hannah works as a professional artist selling her work in galleries whilst also specialising in animal & human portrait commissions. Most of Hannah’s training has been with Nicholas Beer, Senior instructor at the Charles Cecil Studios, Florence. In addition to the portrait works, Hannah also paints landscapes ‘en plein air’ enjoying the energy and spontaneity that painting outdoors offers.

Katrina Paul

Brought up in a small village in Mid Devon in the 60’s I was born into a family of artists.
My first introduction to textiles was an awareness of boxes of beautiful Liberty boxes of fabric that
would occasionally arrive on the doorstep. From these fabrics our Mother would make herself the
latest fashions from London and and clothes for her four small children.
Since that time I’ve loved buttons, threads, fabrics and the fun you can have making things with
them.
I studied Graphic Design at Exeter College Art and Design in the 1980’s and learnt hot metal
typesetting, printing and illustration.
I’ve been lucky enough to have textile work included in family exhibitions at the Rooksmoor
Gallery in Bath and Simon Drew Gallery in Dartmouth in the 1990’s.
Currently I’m working on a hand appliqué quilt, machine embroidery and kantha inspired hand
stitched textiles.

Gillian Burbidge

Gill studied Fine Art at University of Plymouth and has been teaching accredited courses in Fibrecrafts since 2007. A practicing artist, in painting, printmaking and eco printing, research interests include the “Role of Art in the Expansion of Identity”.

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Portraits of film makers and poets, families and death masks, landscapes and engravings have been the staple of his art, with which he has worked as Artist-in-Residence with the Royal Shakespeare Company,Read More

 

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