Three Bedouin Horsemen – W.R. Kimber – Surrey Artist Bill Kimber – Byfleet Art Society

Three Bedouin Horsemen – W.R. Kimber – Surrey Artist Bill Kimber – Byfleet Art Society

Art, Painting Commissions and Prints from Surrey Artists

Artist: W.R. Kimber

Artist: W.R. Kimber

Three Bedouin Horsemen - W.R. Kimber - Surrey Artist Bill Kimber - Byfleet Art Society

Three Bedouin Horsemen

Image Size: 16″ x 12″
Art Medium: Acrylic
Price: £50

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W.R. Kimber

Paintings in Acrylic
Byfleet Art Group

Phone: 01932 851 611
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Watercolour – Sunset – Africa – Surrey Artist Alan Brain – Paintings in Watercolour and Acrylic and Art Teacher – Farnham Art Society

Watercolour – Sunset – Africa – Surrey Artist Alan Brain – Paintings in Watercolour and Acrylic and Art Teacher – Farnham Art Society

Art, Painting Commissions and Prints from Surrey Artists

Artist: Alan Brain

Watercolour - Sunset - Africa - Surrey Artist Alan Brain - Paintings in Watercolour and Acrylic and Art Teacher - Farnham Art Society

Africa

Art Medium: Watercolour

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Alan Brain

Paintings in Watercolour and Acrylic
and Art Teacher

Phone: 07941 562 162
Please mention the Surrey Artists website
Email: info@alanbrainart.com
Website: alanbrainart.com

About The Artist

‘I aspire to create “Visible Feelings” that can be shared by those who care to pause and wonder. I call upon my life’s experiences to inspire me and I let the feeling emerge in my work. I have been amazed, and sometimes disturbed, by what I have learned about myself through my paintings. I am so much richer for knowing myself better.’
Alan Brain
Alan Brain Vapour-Trails

Alan Brain discovered painting about twelve years ago when he attended a water colouring class with some friends. It led to a change of direction that he has never regretted. Today, his unique style, combined with spiritual awareness, produces works of unusual vibrancy and colour. As a former pilot and constant flyer, the immensity of the heavens with its changing moods has fascinated Alan. It features in many of his paintings where he manages to capture the vastness and mysteriousness of space.
His early years in Japan may have enhanced his bold view of landscapes and skies and you can see in his work the influence of wonderful open spaces to be found in places such as Wales, Arizona, New Mexico and Africa, all of which Alan visits regularly. However, such harmony with nature cannot be taught, it is an intrinsic part of the artist that we are fortunate to glimpse.

Alan exhibits several times a year in and around his home in Chobham Surrey, England. His work has been accepted for several prestigious exhibitions in London, including the Guild of Aviation Artists and the Society of Marine Artists. Alan also applies his teaching skills (he was a Flying Instructor) and helps his fellow artists through his course called ‘Find You Own Painting Direction’ and by one to one tuition. He believes it is important to give something back to those less fortunate than ourselves and is a strong supporter of the Samaritans charity; a percentage from his painting sales are contributed to his local branch.

Find out more and see his work on alanbrainart.com

Art Groups / Exhibitions

Notable Exhibitions include:
Royal Society of Marine Artists at the Mall Gallery London
Guild of Aviation Artists at the Mall Gallery London
The Royal Watercolour Society at Bankside Gallery London

Art Groups:
Farnham Art Society, Sunningdale Art Society and Woking Art Society

Salt Lake, Tunisia – Surrey Artist Usha Chambore – Acrylic Paintings and Prints

Salt Lake, Tunisia – Surrey Artist Usha Chambore – Acrylic Paintings and Prints

Art, Painting Commissions and Prints from Surrey Artists

Artist: Usha Chambore

Artist: Usha Chambore

Landscape - Salt Lake, Tunisia - Surrey Artist Usha Chambore - Acrylic Paintings and Prints

Salt Lake – Tunisia

Image Size: 20″ x 16″
Art Medium: Acrylic on Canvas (copy) £75
Giclee Print £50
Original Painting – Sold

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Usha Chambore

Guildford Artist
Acrylic Paintings and Prints

Phone: 07801 651 221
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Email: ushanumber1@hotmail.co.uk

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About The Artist

I was born in 1958 in Northern India. Ambition instilled by my parents to study medicine, came to an end when I was sent to England in 1974 for an arranged marriage. The first job I held was in a factory – this also came to an end as I lasted only two days in that role. On the third day my foreman gave me two day’s wages and advised me that I wasn’t cut out for factory work. A couple of days later I managed to secure another job as a sewing machinist which also didn’t last long.

I held several manual labourer jobs before I was appointed to a clerical role at Beechams in Brentford in 1978. My self-belief and resilience paid off when I was offered a job in a bank as a temporary cashier in 1982. Studying alongside work helped me to progress in my career and finally move in to management roles in 1990.

It was only after taking retirement from this long-term career (26 years to be precise) with Santander Bank and with my children leaving home, that I had time to focus on my lifelong passion and desire to paint.

I am absolutely fascinated by the wonders of nature. Feelings derived from it can’t be put into words. I have never lost that child-like appreciation for deriving pleasure from simple acts of nature, like witnessing a rainbow of colours on the wall when the sun is shining through a window pane, or strolling through natural landscapes.

Without being consciously aware, I was surprised to note that most of my work is trying to capture nature. Included are portraits and I use acrylics on canvas. I love travelling around the globe and many of my art pieces are landscapes inspired from my travels. These are scenes that resonate deeply with me, which I am not consciously aware of until after painting them. Some remain a mystery even after painting and perhaps are better left like that.

I am based in Guildford and have lived in Surrey for the past 15 years.

Portrait – Young Afro-Caribbean – Kim Page – Paintings in Watercolour and Oil – Surrey Art Gallery – England

Portrait – Young Afro-Caribbean – Kim Page – Paintings in Watercolour and Oil – Surrey Art Gallery – England

Art, Painting Commissions and Prints from Surrey Artists

Artist: Kim Page

Portrait - Young Afro-Caribbean - Kim Page - Paintings in Watercolour and Oil - Surrey Art Gallery - England

Young Afro-Caribbean

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Kim Page

Paintings in Watercolour and Oil

Phone: 01276 452 816
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Email: kimpageseven@gmail.com

About The Artist

I paint in a loose, impressionist style. I am influenced by artists like Ken Howard, John Singer-Sargent, Sorrella, the masters of Chiaroscuro, who emphasised light and dark tonal values almost to the detriment of colour.

Primarily, I am the pastor and teacher of a church in Woking, I have painted professionally for nearly 30 years, holding solo and joint exhibitions in the UK and across Europe. I regularly hold painting classes for students and I am often invited by various Art Societies to demonstrate, hold workshops and appraisals.

Recognition of my talent and ability date back to my early childhood, when Annigoni viewed my work and recommended to my parents that I should pursue my painting. At 12, I won a scholarship to junior art school.

Working in watercolour or oils, my choice of subject is wide-ranging and my faith inspires me. I paint what I see and feel – those things which exercise my mind and cause me to stop, look, think and imagine.

Art Group / Exhibitions

The Local Artists, Guildford Art Society, Woking Society of Art.

Tribal Art – Eye Contact – Romy Rey – Artist Painting Landscapes, Dreamscapes, Geometrics, Ancient and Tribal – Surrey Art Gallery

Tribal Art – Eye Contact – Romy Rey – Artist Painting Landscapes, Dreamscapes, Geometrics, Ancient and Tribal – Surrey Art Gallery

Art, Painting Commissions and Prints from Surrey Artists

Artist: Romy Rey

Tribal Art - Eye Contact - Romy Rey - Artist Painting Landscapes, Dreamscapes, Geometrics, Ancient and Tribal - Surrey Art Gallery

Tribal Art – Eye Contact

Image Size: 35.5cm x 30.5cm
Art Medium: Oil on Canvas

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Romy Rey

Landscapes, Dreamscapes, Geometrics,
Ancient and Tribal

Phone: 07772 329 682
Please mention the Surrey Artists website
Email: romy@romyrey.com
Website: www.romyrey.com

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About The Artist

Romy Rey is a Swiss Artist located in Richmond, Surrey (West London), who questions one’s perception of reality. Some of her paintings are a re-interpretation of landscapes she has visited during her extensive travels, others render familiar elements in variable scales and combinations or portray striking images of ancient or tribal objects in imaginary settings.

Born in Zurich, Switzerland, Romy studied in Paris and Geneva and settled in England where she worked as a translator and a partner in bookshops before becoming a painter.

Her work is broken down into four categories –  Ancient and Tribal, Geometrics, Dreamscapes and Landscapes. Romy’s work has been displayed in galleries throughout the UK. Private Colllections are also held in the UK, Switzerland, France, Germany, Mexico and Brazil.

Exhibitions

2008
Open Show, Chelsea Art Society, Chelsea Old Town Hall, London – West London Artists, Jersey Galleries, Osterley Park, Osterley – Bath Society of Artists Annual Exhibition, Victoria Art Gallery, Bridge Street, Bath – Lacewing Gallery, Winchester
2007
Karen Taylor Gallery, Twickenham – Bath Society of Artists Annual Exhibition, Victoria Art Gallery, Bridge Street, Bath – Trinity Arts and Crafts Guild Annual Members Exhibition, Sloane Street, London SW1
2006
West London Artists, Jersey Galleries, Osterley Park, Osterley – Open Show, Chelsea Art Society, Chelsea Old Town Hall, London
2005
Swiss Artists, Château des Pentes, Geneva – Battersea Art Fair, London – Llewellyn Alexander Gallery, London – Open Show, Chelsea Art Society, Chelsea Old Town Hall, London – Nevill Gallery, Canterbury
2004
Battersea Art Fair, London – Celebrations, Chelsea Gallery, Chelsea Old Town Hall, London – Llewellyn Alexander Gallery, London – Blue Wing Gallery, Padstow, Cornwall
2003
Group Show at Pembroke Lodge, Richmond Park, Richmond – Open Show at The Chelsea Art Society, Chelsea Town Hall, London – Llewellyn Alexander Gallery, London
2002
Viewpoints, Jersey Galleries, Osterley House, Osterley Park – Riverside Artists, Museo Municipal, Ourense, Galicia, Spain – Ron Anderson Gallery, Burford – Llewellyn Alexander Gallery, London – Group show at Fulham Palace, London – Art West, Start Gallery, London
2001
Ron Anderson Gallery, Burford – Unique Visions, Riverhouse Gallery, Walton-on-Thames, Surrey – Llewellyn Alexander Gallery, London
2000
Open Exhibition at Orleans House Gallery, Twickenham – Karen Taylor Gallery, Twickenham – The Affordable Art Fair, London – West London Artists at Sackville Gallery, London W1
1999
Midsummer Art Fair, Teddington – The Wolsey Gallery, Hampton Court – Autumn Art Fair, Teddington – Summer Exhibition, Riverside Gallery, Richmond – Group show at The Naked Turtle Gallery, London – Llewellyn Alexander Gallery, London – Transformations, Small Mansion Art Centre, London
1998
Boundaries of Landscape Art, Small Mansion Art Centre, London – Battersea Art Fair, London – Society of Women Artists, London