Still Life – Begonias and Landscape – Margaret Harvey – Surrey Artist – Painter in Oil, Acrylic and Watercolour. Occasional Sculptures

Still Life – Begonias and Landscape – Margaret Harvey – Surrey Artist – Painter in Oil, Acrylic and Watercolour. Occasional Sculptures

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Artist: Margaret Harvey

Artist: Margaret Harvey

Still Life - Begonias and Landscape - Margaret Harvey - Surrey Artist - Painter in Oil, Acrylic and Watercolour. Occasional Sculptures

Begonias and Landscape

Image Size: 16″ x 20″
Art Medium: Acrylic
Original Painting Price: £350

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Margaret Harvey

Painter in Oil, Acrylic and Watercolour. Occasional Sculptures
Studio at Okewoodhill near Dorking, open by appointment

Phone: 07941 011 241
Please mention the Surrey Artists website
Email: harveyevans326@gmail.com

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About The Artist

I studied Fine Art at Camberwell School of Arts and Crafts, graduating in Painting and I have continued to paint ever since. When my children were young, I started to glass-engrave, as this didn’t need the same commitment as a large oil painting. I still continued to paint, but to a lesser degree and mainly watercolours.

I have also taught Life Drawing and Basic Design part-time in various colleges of Further Education, mainly to Architecture and Interior Design students.

My paintings are based on Realism, Observation and Recording. It might be a particular event or a sequence of events, a time of the year, an unusual happening or just something I think is beautiful or interesting. I want to show ordinary scenes in a compelling way; I want to draw the attention to what are quite often everyday occurrences.
I paint in Oil, Acrylic and Watercolour and also take the occasional sculptural commission.

Art Group / Exhibitions

Surrey Border Art Group
I run a portrait workshop
I have exhibited at the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition, with the Royal Institute of Oil Painters and with the Sussex Artists.

Garden Party – Iain White – Surrey Artist – Portraits and other Paintings in Acrylic, Pastel and Conte

Garden Party – Iain White – Surrey Artist – Portraits and other Paintings in Acrylic, Pastel and Conte

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Artist: Iain White

Garden Party - Iain White - Surrey Artist - Portraits and other Paintings in Acrylic, Pastel and Conte

Garden Party

Image Size: 40cm x 50cm
Art Medium: Acrylic on Canvas

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Iain White

Portraits and other Paintings
in Acrylic, Pastel and Conte

Phone: 01372 373 260
Please mention the Surrey Artists website
Email: iwhite731@btinternet.com
Website: lindastenner5.wixsite.com

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About The Artist

“I have concentrated on the portrait, as for me, the face is an endlessly interesting subject to paint, and one to which we can all relate.

I work from photographs, as they provide an accurate foundation upon which the painting can develop, whilst still keeping the subtlety of a moment’s expression. Most of my portraits are Acrylic on Canvas or Board but I also use Pastel and Conte on Tinted Paper.

For a further selection of my work and details on prices and ordering, please visit my website.”

Happy Mum with Commission of Milo

‘Thanks for the portrait of our lovely boy Milo! It’s one thing to capture the facial elements of a person accurately, it’s another to portray something of the metaphysical/spirit of the subject. You do both… in spades. Thank you so much for investing so much care and intelligence into every stroke. We love it!’

Artist Biography

“Drawing and painting have been important to me since childhood. My best presents were cartridge pads, tins of crayons and paintboxes. The simple pleasure of making ‘pictures’ was so much more fun than maths homework or Evensong choir practice with all those psalms; but then, what isn’t?

At school I had a wonderful art teacher, Pat Adams, who encouraged me to explore different media and study painters past and present. So a new world opened up and with it, dreams of being an artist. I took a Foundation Course in Art and Design in Epsom and then started a Fine Art Degree in Bristol. I continued to paint during my spare time from work and gradually concentrated on portraiture.

The human face and form crosses all boundaries and is therefore the most familiar and accessible of subjects. I had painted family and friends from life over the years, but once I started working from photos, my confidence grew. To start with this made me uneasy, until I found that painters – Sickert, for example, had used photos as a starting point. From those early efforts I began to get commissions from family, friends and then by word of mouth. I look to the portraits by artists such as Degas, Sargent and Freud to help me with ideas about brushwork, composition and colour.”

Portrait – Russell Beck – Pavement Cafe – Katwish – Katie Griffiths – Portrait Artist – Oils, Acrylics and Textile Sculpture

Portrait – Russell Beck – Pavement Cafe – Katwish – Katie Griffiths – Portrait Artist – Oils, Acrylics and Textile Sculpture

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Artist: Katwish – Katie Griffiths

Artist: Katwish – Katie Griffiths

Portrait - Russell Beck - Pavement Cafe - Katwish - Katie Griffiths - Portrait Artist - Oils, Acrylics and Textile Sculpture

Portrait – Russell Beck

Image Size: 120cm x 160cm
Art Medium: Acrylic and Textile on Canvas
Painting Prices: Start @ £400 depending on size and detail

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Katwish – Katie Griffiths

BA Hons Fine Art
Portrait Artist
Oils, Acrylics and Textile Sculpture
Please mention the Surrey Artists website

Phone: 07535 709 509
Email: katie@katwish.co.uk
Website: katwish.co.uk
Facebook: katwish.co.uk
Instagram: katwish
Pinterest: katwish-artist

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About The Artist – Katwish is Katie Griffiths!

Bespoke portraits on commission. Artworks on canvas of children, pets and flamboyant individuals! Working with oil paints, textile sculpture and acrylic paint, I bring my experience of the stage and prop making to my portraits, adding flair and imagination. Check out my website and social media for latest updates. Each new commission is exciting and fun!

I am also working in collaboration with stencil artist @sicandotoo. Together, we create powerful works bursting with energy and colour. Have a look at the image, “Down in the Garden”.

Works on canvas can be made to any size. We make murals and can integrate them with mosaics. Please take a look at my gallery on the katwish website.

Background: I was co-founder of the puppet company, “Wishworks” touring shows and running workshops for children. I also worked in community art, constructing giant costumes and sculpture.

katwish - katie griffiths - surrey-artist

Portrait Process

On both types of commissions, we can work from your good quality photos, or for an extra fee, we come and take photographs. We check in with customers at regular intervals about our progress.
We have a waiting list, but work steadily.

Portrait Prices: Start @ £400 depending on size and detail.

Abstract Art – Space VII – Surrey Artist Alan Brain – Paintings in Watercolour and Acrylic and Art Teacher – Woking Art Society

Abstract Art – Space VII – Surrey Artist Alan Brain – Paintings in Watercolour and Acrylic and Art Teacher – Woking Art Society

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Artist: Alan Brain

Abstract Art - Space VII - Surrey Artist Alan Brain - Paintings in Watercolour and Acrylic and Art Teacher - Woking Art Society

Contemporary Art – Space VII

Image Size: 86cm x 50cm
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

Late Night Cafe – William E Rochfort – Fine Art Prints – Surrey Artists Gallery

Late Night Cafe – William E Rochfort – Fine Art Prints – Surrey Artists Gallery

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Artist: William E. Rochfort

Artist: William E. Rochfort

Late Night Cafe - William E Rochfort Fine Art Prints

Late Night Cafe

‘I removed a lot of the initial narrative that I originally put into this painting. I thought it worked well as just a scene and didn’t need to rely on a story to be effective.’

William E. Rochfort

Limited Edition Fine Art Prints
Available in a range of sizes and formats

Commissions Invited

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William E. Rochfort

Fine Art Oil Paintings
and Limited Edition Fine Art Prints

Phone: 770 228 7351
Please mention the Surrey Artists website
Email: willrochfort@gmail.com
Website: williamrochfort.com

About The Artist

Born in 1985, Will Rochfort grew up in Lymington on the south coast of England and, apart from his time studying Illustration and Fine Art at Kingston University, he has lived there all his life. Since graduating in 2008 his focus has been primarily oil painting.
will rochfort artist

Will’s main reason for becoming an artist is from a passion for creativity.

“There is rarely any strong meaning or message behind my work – narrative takes a large role because I like the work to be emotive through what is being portrayed, but creativity is the driving force behind all of my paintings”

From 2008 to 2010 Will Rochfort worked as an Official Artist for the 2012 London Olympics, working with Olympic Gold Medalists, producing paintings in support of the Games and its associated charities.

As well as completing several portrait commissions, Will Rochfort is always searching for new ideas for paintings and usually finds this in books or cinema. With influences ranging from Degas to Rockwell, to the films of Steven Spielberg, it is narrative that really interests Will and he always aims to have a story within his work.

“I am a very visual painter and with the public being my target audience over the art establishment, I always aim to depict scenes that, through the characters portrayed, I hope people can relate to and enjoy”

Career / Exhibitions

• 2004 – 2005 Foundation Course in the Arts at Bournemouth Arts Institute

• 2005 – 2006 Completed a year studying Illustration at Kingston University before changing to Fine Art

• July 2006 First Exhibition of work at the New Forest Show with Lloyds TSB Private Banking

• October 2006 Displayed at Christies South Kensington in aid of The Fortune Centre of Riding Therapy

• January 2008 Exhibition at the Fountain Gallery in Hampton

• February 2008 Appeared in the Fine Art Trade Guild magazine ‘Art Business Today’

• May 2008 Appeared in Artist and Illustrators magazine

• June 2008 Final Degree Show at Kingston University

• July 2008 Producing work for the Henley Rowing Regatta

• July 2008 3rd Prize in Artist and Illustrators ‘Artist of the Year’ competition

• July 2008 Exhibiting at ‘Art in Action’

• August 2008 Producing work for The Edinburgh Festival