Artists

  • Sue Fawthrop
    Sue Fawthrop
    “Art does not reproduce what we see, it makes us see” (Paul Klee) At Tincleton Gallery Sue presents two different kinds of finished works focussing on the artist’s process, from the intensity of direct observation to considered abstraction and development in the studio. Recently Sue has enjoyed making a series of paintings “on the spot.” Places ...
  • Hugh Dunford Wood
    Hugh Dunford Wood
    Hugh Dunford Wood has worked as an independent artist and designer since his student days at Oxford’s Ruskin School of Art in the 1970’s. Inspired by the world around him, all of Wood’s work starts from observational drawings, which he then modifies and applies to different materials. Despite his expansive use of materials, there is ...
  • Maggie Farmer
    Maggie Farmer
    The study of the human figure has been a constant practice in Maggie’s career. However, her aim is to go beyond a mere representation of subject to one that reflects the intimacy of the naked body and a sense of mood & atmosphere. Her life drawing not only stands alone as a means of expression ...
  • Sarah Moore
    Sarah Moore
    Stone is the material I have fallen in love with, however I enjoy using many other materials as well. There is something magical about hitting a piece of stone which is millions of years old with a hammer and chisel and finding the form you are looking for within it. Sometimes the stone dictates what ...
  • Deborah Westmancoat
    Deborah Westmancoat
    Deborah Westmancoat is a British contemporary painter based in Somerset, UK. She has a long term interest in alchemy and the philosophical sciences and how they help us to understand landscape and our place within it, particularly how the traditionally held metaphysical stages of alchemy: nigredo (blackness), albedo (whiteness), citrinitas (yellowing) and rubredo (redness) might ...
  • George Christie
    George Christie
    George studied Architecture at the Glasgow School of Art. On qualifying, he practiced as an architect for a while in Glasgow, then spent some years working on projects in Hong Kong, subsequently travelling in the Far East. George returned to set up in London, working still as an architect mainly on projects in the south ...
  • Kim Pragnell
    Kim Pragnell
    Kim’s art experience has been largely influenced by the work of the late 19th, early 20th century painters. The ability to observe, investigate and draw has been the foundation of all his work, with a firm Ruskin-type belief that drawing is the cornerstone of art, to communicate through the use of line and tone those essential ...
  • Sue Peake
    Sue Peake
    Sue Peake is a well regarded Dorset artist. She paint in watercolour and some mixed media. She specialises in watercolour paintings from her travels, notably to Venice and India where she is a frequent visitor, as well as the Dorset countryside and seaside. She exhibits regularly locally as well as nationally. Sue has been painting ...
  • Aude Grasset
    Aude Grasset
    A native of France, Aude started painting professionally after a career at leading advertising agencies in New York and London. Over the years, her style has evolved from figurative to more surrealistic, using stunning 3D effects. Her current “Entropy” collection depicts feelings which revolve around the fragility and transience of life, the concept of impermanence ...
  • Colin Moore
    Colin Moore
    Colin Moore was born on the Clyde Coast of Scotland in 1949. He studied architecture in Glasgow, and following an international career in architecture and design, has worked mainly as a painter and printmaker since 2004. He has lived in Spain, Venezuela and London and currently lives in Dorset, England. His book,”Propaganda Prints, art in the ...
  • Kevin Moore
    Kevin Moore
    Kevin studied at Goldsmiths, University of London & Hull School of Art. Since moving to Dorset in 2006 he has established himself as a painter and printmaker. Kevin’s latest artwork is rooted in observational study. Inspired by his surroundings, he particularly draws reference from commonplace discoveries and celebrates the fragile qualities of existence. Through printmaking, ...
  • Jazmin Velasco
    Jazmin Velasco
    Jazmin is from Guadalajara, Mexico where she studied graphic design and illustration. Years later she moved to Mexico City to study oil painting and printmaking. And years and years later she moved to London where she studied multimedia and where she established her work as an artist, printmaker, ceramist and continues to illustrate books. Currently ...
  • David Risk Kennard
    David Risk Kennard
    David Risk Kennard was born in England in 1953 and attended Marlborough College, where he flourished in the art school under the direction of Richard Shirley Smith, a wonderful wood engraver, artist and illustrator. Art history lectures were ‘fantastic’, he recalls. It was at Marlborough that he learned to draw and to indulge in refined ...
  • Ruth Ander
    Ruth Ander
    I am an artist and printmaker living in the South West of England. Water, light and vapour are the three elements that inspire my work. My technique is perfectly suited to expressing these inspirations-delicate, translucent drifts of colour on fine tissue paper and traditional hand-made Japanese paper. Painted prints or printed paintings- the results are ...
  • Jenny Sutton
    Jenny Sutton
    Jenny Sutton is an established artist with a strong following who combines a subtle and harmonious palette with honed drawing skills. Her subject matter ranges from her personal collection of vintage china and glassware, to fresh flowers, country landscapes and old forgotten buildings. In capturing the light through bold brushwork and use of colour, she ...
  • Alison Wear
    Alison Wear
    I first studied ceramics and subsequently sculpture at Kingston Polytechnic then theatre design at Wimbledon School of Art. After a career in films and television I reinvented myself as a garden designer. Now I have returned to my first love and find inspiration in organic and zoomorphic forms, especially the work of the Amlash potters ...
  • Angelika Seik
    Angelika Seik
    I am a humanist artist interested in people’s emotions, relationships and interactions. My recent work has focused on the female form; timeless women who hold the fabric of societies together. I love free-carving in a wide range of stone. In the summer I work on large pieces outside in the garden, and in the winter ...
  • Robert Mountjoy
    Robert Mountjoy
    Robert Mountjoy was born in Devon and attended Bideford Grammar School. He trained to be an Art Teacher in Cheltenham and read for a degree at Bristol. He started teaching in 1972. He describes his work as ‘contemporary watercolours’. Painting on stretched paper which has been primed with gesso, he uses multiple layers of watercolour ...