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Penny Cuthbert

The work explores the land, its geology and archeology by making connections with the past and present, through physical and human remnants, fragments, the layers of time. Borders form an ongoing series. Textures and space are important with Collage, Assemblage,...

John Fieldhouse

‘‘The places I paint have been visited many times in mind. I am drawn to certain abstract forms, themes and compositions. I feel the invisible patterns made by our presence,the trails and shapes we leave,as part of some relationship with a place, and the interaction...

Simon Harwood

Simon Harwood went to the Hornsey College of Art in London, now part of Middlesex University. He went on to study for Master in Fine Art at Temple University in Philadelphia, USA. He likes what Hokusai once said of himself: At the age of 75 I have learned a little...

Chris Vine

Chris Vine studied at the Bradford Regional College of Art, looking at the work of Rene Magritte, Saul Steinberg, Anthony Earnshaw, Roland Topor and the films of Luis Bunuel. After lecturing in art (Cumbria and London) he became a freelance artist / illustrator in...

Deborah Boyd Whyte

After taking an honours degree in philosophy and an MA in town planning, Deborah trained as a jeweler with Michael Meyer-Ringe in Berlin. Returning to the UK in the early 1980s, she set up her own studio in North Yorkshire. Her jewelry was exhibited in several leading...

Yvonne Parr

Yvonne Parr's paintings reflect life through landscape and the people around her, influenced by things she reads or sees or hears. Her work is filled with black humour, pathos, love and metamorphosis. These elements are often disguised by unexpected colour and by each...

Ian Moutter

Ian Moutter is an artist, multi-tasker based in the Borders of Scotland, “I look out of my front windows and see England and out of my back windows I see Scotland“. Art college and he failed to get on, “Looking back I was a bit wild and there was so much to...

Mark Irving

A self taught artist despite 5 years at art college. “ It was in the seventies, anything went.... and it did”. For Further Information:

Michael Bergin

Edinburgh College of Art - Dipl. Art (1961-1964) Murray House College of Education - Dipl. Ed. (1964-1965) Jordanhill College of Education - Dipl. Special Ed. (1966-1967) Art Teacher/Management Special Education (1967-1997) Exhibitions: English Speaking Union (joint,...