Art Media: Painting

Amy Shuckburgh

Amy is a landscape and figurative artist whose new work is full of colour and energy. Her drawings in pastel, mixed media collages and watercolours convey a sense of delight in the world, through playful and instinctive interpretations of scenes of bluebell woods, hillsides, gardens and still life compositions. She grew up in west London… Read more »

Shelagh Wilson

Shelagh completed an MA in Renaissance Literature and Culture in 2006.  She taught English up until 2013 and now concentrates on her art. ‘My paintings and drawings are primarily an emotional response to a subject rather than what I see. When I paint, I become absorbed in memories, colours and favourite motifs such as birds,… Read more »

Lily Irwin

Lily is an Irish artist based in London. She is currently studying for an MA in Children’s Book Illustration at Cambridge School of Art. Lily’s work is rooted in observational drawing, finding the seeds of inspiration in the world around her – the past also plays a dominant role, exploring characters and their worlds through… Read more »

Philippa Robbins

‘Magical thinking’ could not be bettered as a word-window into the art of Philippa Robbins. Her themes are magical, often found in folklore, fairytales or the manifestations of the strange around us, but just as magical is her transubstantiation of thoughts into haunting visual images – her translation of woven baskets into a drawn language… Read more »

Susie Bright

Since graduating in Fine Art from Goldsmiths College in 1999 and then moving to South Wales in 2001, Susie’s work has evolved from the wild and vivid paintings of the Welsh Mountain weather in all its beauty and terror to look more closely at the environment of this special landscape. Her work has become more… Read more »

Thomasin Toohie

‘… Strange things catch my eye. Something I have seen for the first time. It may be an atmosphere (indefinable) or it may be as simple as an arrangement of shapes and colours. I like urban settings, places which humans have humanised. I like the way shadows fall across different surfaces, the way light plays… Read more »

William Brown

William Brown was born in Toronto, Canada in 1953 and died in Wales, 2008. He was a prolific painter and printmaker whose work was informed by poetry, literature and travel. He collaborated with poets and writers producing glorious black and white lino, wood block and silk sreen prints. William exhibited widely in Britain and overseas… Read more »

Andrea Mclean

Andrea McLean was born in Denbighshire, Wales. She studied at Falmouth School of Art, the Slade School of Art and the British School at Rome on an Abbey Scholarship in Painting. Andrea’s painting ‘A Contemporary Mappa Mundi’ is on display at the British Library as part of their permanent collection. She is a featured artist… Read more »

Cornelia O’Donovan MA RCA

Cornelia O’Donovan plays with old folklore and poetry, but in a loose and dreamlike way. She draws particularly on tales native to the British Isles, and especially Celtic poetry and myth – from the tale of Prince Llewellyn’s grief at the sacrifice of his greyhound Gellert being, to the figurative ballads of Ellen O’Leary and… Read more »

James Burnett-Stuart

James trained at Harrow College, made ranges of tableware for The Conran Shop, Designer’s Guild and Egg. Pots from this period were often featured in magazines like World of Interiors, Elle Decoration and Country Living. He has held solo shows of more individual pieces at The Scottish Gallery (Edinburgh), Egg (London) and Charleston Farmhouse (E.Sussex)…. Read more »