Surbiton Station – Malcolm Surridge – Artist – Pen and Ink Drawings – Surrey Artists Gallery

Surbiton Station – Malcolm Surridge – Artist – Pen and Ink Drawings – Surrey Artists Gallery

Art, Painting Commissions and Prints from Surrey Artists

Artist: Malcolm Surridge

Artist: Malcolm Surridge

Surbiton Station - Malcolm Surridge - Artist - Pen and Ink Drawings - Surrey Artists Gallery

Surbiton Station

Art Medium: Pen and Ink Drawing on Paper
Limited Edition Fine Art Prints available from £40
Pen Drawings from £120
Original Paintings from £250

Commissions Invited

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Malcolm Surridge

Surbiton Art Studio: 10 Pyne Road, Surbiton, Surrey, KT6 7BN
Paintings in Pastels and Drawings
Please mention the Surrey Artists website

Phone: 0208 399 1252
Mobile: 07908 366 061
Email: malcolm.surridge@sky.com
Website: malcolmsurridge.co.uk

About The Artist

I specialise in creating bright, vibrant pastel paintings, using intense colour, lighting and atmospheric effects, which enable me to transform simple subjects into the magical. I focus on Italian, Mediterranean and English themes, from landscape to more close-up studies of windows, doorways, floral and still-life subjects. I also enjoy working in pen and wash

Born in 1952, I come from a long line of artists and can trace my ancestry back to Richard Wilson, the well-known 18th century English “romantic” painter. I studied at the City of London Polytechnic and the Wimbledon School of Art before embarking on a career as freelance artist and illustrator.

In addition to book-jacket illustration, I have produced work for television, films and museums, and have painted murals for commercial companies, and more recently, as a Lecturer in Art and Design.

My first love, however, has always been landscape painting. Capturing the effects of lighting and atmosphere, enables me to turn simple objects into the magical, always with the intention to convey the very essence of the subject, rather than just merely state the obvious.

Work has been exhibited in various galleries in London and the South East.

Solo Art Exhibitions

• 2016 – Arthouse Gallery Surbiton – Exhibition of pastels, watercolours and pen drawings
• 2014 and 2015 – The Greene Room, Cobham. Exhibition of local views
• 2012 – The Greene Room, Cobham. Exhibition of local scenes
• 2011 – The Greene Room, Cobham. Summer exhibition
• 2011 – Pastoral Centre, St Joseph’s, New Malden. Exhibition of original paintings and prints
• 2007 and 2008 – Open Studio and exhibition
• 2006 – Open Studio and Exhibition, Artist Studio, London
• 2005 – Solo Exhibition, Surrey County Council, County Hall, upon Thames, Surrey
• 2005 – Open Studio and Exhibition, Artist’s Studio, Surbiton, Surrey
• 2004 – Open Studio and Exhibition, Artist’s Studio, Surbiton, Surrey
• 2004 – Solo exhibition, Surrey County Council, County Hall, upon Thames, Surrey
• 2003 – Spring and Autumn Open Studio and Home Shows
• 2002 – Surrey County Council, County Hall, Kingston upon Thames, Surrey
• 2002 – Spring and Autumn Open Studio and Home Shows
• 2001 – Spring Exhibition – New Paintings of Italy, John Arthur Art Gallery, Dorking, Surrey
• 2001 – Spring and Autumn Open Studio and Home Shows
• 2000 – Spring exhibition recent paintings of Italy, John Arthur Art Gallery, Dorking, Surrey
• 1997 – Aspects of Italy, Wimbledon Theatre, London SW19

Group Art Exhibitions

• On-going from 2009 – Arthouse Gallery, Surbiton. On-going exhibition of work
• 2010-2018 – Artists and prints at Arthouse Gallery Surbiton
• 2014 to date – Framers Gallery, Wareham. On-going exhibition of work with other gallery artists
• 2009 to date – Multiple commissions for private clients and commercial companies
• 2009 to date – The Greene Room, Cobham. On-going exhibition of work with other gallery artists
• 2012 – Mulberry Tree Gallery, Swanage, Dorset. Joint exhibition
• 2010 to 2011 – The Gentle Gallery, Dorking. Joint exhibition
• 2009 – John Arthur Gallery, Dorking. Joint exhibition
• 2009 – Knapp Gallery, Regent’s Park, London. Joint exhibition
• 2008 – Surbiton Open Studios event
• 2008 – Llewellyn Alexander Gallery, London SE1. Joint exhibition
• 2007 – 2008 – Advocate Art Gallery, Wimbledon. Joint exhibition with other gallery artists
• 2007 – John Arthur Gallery, Dorking. Joint exhibition
• 2007 – 8 Proprietary Orders for Open Edition Prints, Encore Art Group, Canada
• 2007 – 4 images for Open Edition Fine Art Prints, Encore Art Group, Vancouver
• 2006 – Open Edition fine art prints of 6 images, Canadian Art Prints, Vancouver
• 2006 – 6 greeting cards for fine art range, Sunrise Greetings, Indianapollis, USA
• 2006 – Sub-licensing of images for calendars and tableware, Gallerie La Facette, Canada
• 2005 – Greeting Cards, Paperhouse Group, Gloucester
• 2005 – Open Edition Fine Art Prints, Canadian Art Prints inc, Vancouver, Canada
• 2005 – Greeting Cards, Sunrise Greetings, Bloomington. Indianapolis, USA
• 2005 – Restaurant scene designs for coasters, Thirstystone, USA
• 2005 – Framed resin shadow boxes of restaurant scenes, New View Gifts, Philadelphia
• 2004 – Cover design and illustrations for wine catalogue, The Wine Society, Stevenage, Hertfordshire
• 2004 – Christmas Cards, Ling Design, Bath, Somerset
• 2004 – Open Edition Fine Art Prints, Canadian Art Prints, Vancouver, Canada
• 2003 – Fine Art Prints, Canadian Art Prints inc, Vancouver, Canada
• 2003 – Cover design and illustrations for wine catalogue, The Wine Society, Stevenage, Hertfordshire

Digital Art – Waterloo Station – Cate Field – Digital Artist, Art Teacher and Tutor – Surrey Artists Gallery

Digital Art – Waterloo Station – Cate Field – Digital Artist, Art Teacher and Tutor – Surrey Artists Gallery

Art, Painting Commissions and Prints from Surrey Artists

Artist: Cate Field

Artist: Cate Field

Digital Art - Waterloo Station - Cate Field - Digital Artist, Art Teacher and Tutor - Surrey Artists Gallery

Waterloo Station

Part of my Town and City Collection
Exploring the excitement, the chaos, the loneliness, the adventure.

Art Medium: Digital Art

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Cate Field

Woking, Surrey
Digital Artist, Art Teacher and Tutor
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Phone: 07766 272 120
Email: catherine@field.org
Website: catefield.com
Instagram: @catefield

About The Artist

After more than ten years of teaching and lecturing (Art & Design) in mainstream education, I now work as a freelance artist and teacher within special educational needs and disabilities.

I enjoy the freedom of lecturing, teaching and presenting work in different places and to different people.
My artwork is mainly digital and is often site-specific to where I am exhibiting or lecturing.

Cate Field - Digital Artist - Surrey

Steam Locomotive – Great Eastern Railway – 8 Foot Single – W.R. Kimber – Surrey Artist Bill Kimber

Steam Locomotive – Great Eastern Railway – 8 Foot Single – W.R. Kimber – Surrey Artist Bill Kimber

Art, Painting Commissions and Prints from Surrey Artists

Artist: W.R. Kimber

Artist: W.R. Kimber

Steam Locomotive - Train - Great Eastern Railway - 8 Foot Single - W.R. Kimber - Surrey Artist Bill Kimber

Great Eastern Railway – 8 Foot Single

Image Size: 14″ x 11″
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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Gallery Of Art

Stained Glass Mosaic – Black Hole – Railway Tunnel – Artist – Susanne Parker – Surrey Artists Gallery

Stained Glass Mosaic – Black Hole – Railway Tunnel – Artist – Susanne Parker – Surrey Artists Gallery

Art, Painting Commissions and Prints from Surrey Artists

Artist: Susanne Parker

Artist: Susanne Parker

Stained Glass Mosaic - Black Hole - Railway Tunnel - Artist - Susanne Parker - Surrey Artists Gallery

Black Hole

Art Medium: Stained, opaque glass and mirror
Designed to hang on a wall
Price: Please contact the Artist
Similar pictures of any work can be made – each piece is unique,
due to the colours and cutting of the glass.

Commissions Invited

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Susanne Parker

Stained Glass Mosaics

Phone: 0208 394 0970
Please mention the Surrey Artists website
Email: susanneparker@ntlworld.com

Gallery Of Art

About The Artist

Susanne Parker, having previously worked in oils, pen & ink drawings, fabrics, pottery and jewellery, has now uniquely adapted the ancient technique of creating mosaics from small pieces of glass.

Decorative images of birds, animals, flowers, trees and landscapes are combined with imaginative, abstract patterns. The compositions are often based on nature, trying to capture splendid colours and offering a more positive view of our polluted world. The pictures can hang in a window with light from behind or, in the case of the larger landscapes, which include opaque as well as thick patterned and mirror glass, can be placed on a wall, as they do not need background lighting.

All Susanne’s work is made of stained glass pieces cut individually, embedded in cement and framed by lead or wood. She uses this technique because it allows her to cut small detail and to exploit the design of the background cement as well as the colours in the glass. The brittle nature of glass and the hard-edged, clear-cut images suit the artist’s style. Round or S shapes are the hardest to cut because glass tends to break in straight lines or at angles. At times, the pieces are built up into three-dimensional, more experimental compositions, allowing the artist a free range of expression. Each piece of glass is unique because the colours and the cutting of the glass differ in every design.

The sizes of the works vary from 50cm to 1 metre across. Glass is quite an expensive medium. It is manufactured in all colours and textures, either hand-made or by machine. Some glass is particularly costly, especially the reds, because they contain precious metals in their chemical make-up.

A wide variety of glass is available – antique glass with surface bubbles and irregular texture; streaky, cathedral glass with multiple colours; clear rolled glass; flashed glass; Victorian edged glass and many others. Any size of window – Individual designs can be produced on commission.

Susanne has been featured in Homes and Gardens magazine and in various newspaper articles covering local exhibitions. Her largest public commission is the Village Hall front door in Longstock, Hampshire.

sold - stained glass mosaic tree

Stained Glass Mosaics – Prices and delivery

Prices vary considerably depending on the size, complexity and material of the picture. Also, if it’s a commission, there will be extra time involved to make a design and adapt it to stained glass. Every picture, whatever material, is assembled from individually cut pieces of coloured glass. The glass is obtained from a glass producer and is of varied value, red being extremely expensive, other colours much cheaper. The design may require lots of detail which means many more hours work, so only a general guideline to pricing can be given. This also leaves room for negotiation.

Mosaic Tree (30cm x 45cm) sold for £250 as an example.

Steam Train at Wilsden Station Bradford – Yorkshire Art Gallery – Artist John Healey – Woking Society of Arts

Steam Train at Wilsden Station Bradford – Yorkshire Art Gallery – Artist John Healey – Woking Society of Arts

Art, Painting Commissions and Prints from Surrey Artists

Artist: John V Healey

Artist: John V Healey

Steam Train at Wilsden Station Bradford - Yorkshire Art Gallery - Artist John Healey - Woking Society of Arts

Steam Train at Wilsden Station, Bradford

Art Medium: Watercolour
Image Size: 37cm x 28cm Plus mount
Giclee Prints £45 + p&p

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John V Healey

Water Colour Paintings and Architectural Visuals

Tel: 01932 840 735
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Email: johnvhealey@talktalk.net

About The Artist

John studied at ‘Bradford Regional College of Art’ where after a pre diploma year, he went on to study and then work in the field of exhibition and interior design.

After a successful career as a designer, he has returned to one of his first loves - painting. The detailed architectural presentations that are one of the necessities of a professional designer are reflected in his work as an artist.

John Healey - Tower Bridge London painting
John works mostly in watercolour, with subjects ranging from landscapes of his native Yorkshire and his adopted county Surrey, to London scenes and steam railways.

His work can be regularly seen in the ‘Room for Art’ gallery in Chobham and other Surrey and London exhibitions.

Original paintings and good quality Giclee Art prints of his work are available.

Art Groups

Byfleet Art Group, Woking Society of Arts