E X H I B I T O R S

 

We have been delighted to bring a diverse range of unique art to the heart of our beautiful city
throughout the past year and look forward to returning in the Spring.

All artists who exhibited their art in the market square during 2021 are listed below, along with the two art groups.

Enquiries are welcome by all - please use the links provided.


 ALEC DORIS - ARTIST

I am fully retired but previously served in the Royal Scots Greys and The Queens Own Hussars.  After leaving the forces I drove ambulances at the Military Hospital Tidworth for twenty-six years before changing to a civilian occupation.  My main interest is in military and aviation subjects but I also like to paint celebrity portraits.  I mainly paint in oils on stretched canvas and also enjoy pencil sketching.

IMAGE:   OVER THE TOP

Visit Alec's ARTIST page to view more of his work.  

www.facebook.com/alecdoris



RICHARD TURLEY


 ALISON ARCHER - ARTIST

I collect all sorts of bits and pieces that I usually - eventually - manage to use in my work. My horde ranges from feathers and photos of quirky birds, dried seed heads, old electronics, bits of material and buttons, to images of drain pipes, chimney pots, and sun on a church floor. I also like the texture of things like crisply folded paper and the way dupion silk drapes. And then I work from there.

IMAGE:  Lino print  -  AFRICAN SHOEBILL

www.imaja.co.uk

RICHARD TURLEY


 AM THOMAS - PAINTER

With a background in architecture and construction I’ve spent what feels like a lifetime drawing straight lines so painting in an abstract allows me to break free and express myself. For the August event I will be exhibiting a selection of small paintings on paper and some giclee prints from my painted originals.

IMAGE:   Mixed media  -  BLACK BLOSSOM

www.instagram.com/amthomaspaintings

RICHARD TURLEY


ANNE-MARIE MARSHALL FIEBER

Anne-Marie has drawn and modelled animals from an early age. Her travels around the world enabled her to study wild animals first hand, particularly in Africa. Her more recent work is based on the domestic and wild animals that inhabit the Forest around her studio. She shows her work in galleries all over England.

IMAGE:   Kilm fired clay  -  TWO CHICKENS

www.anne-mariemarshallfieber.com

 
ANNE MARIE MARSHALL FIEBER

ANTHONY HARRIS - ARTIST 

After working at the Royal College of Art for 15 years within the Ceramics and Glass Department I moved to Salisbury to set up Glass Art Services and Restoration business in 2015. I use the Verre Eglomise process, drawing through silver leaf, to create images of birds and wildlife.

IMAGE:  Verre Eglomise  -  MR SPARROW AND MR BLACKBIRD

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ANTHONY HARRIS BIO

BARB RALPH - ARTIST

My inspiration comes from where I live in the countryside of Wiltshire, I enjoy painting the animals and life I see around me using mainly watercolour and pastel.  My paintings are available as originals, mounted prints and greeting cards.

IMAGE:  Watercolour  -  COCK A HOOP

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 BARB RALPH

BARBORA VLCKOVA - ARTIST

Since my chilhood, I have been very creative. I do not like waste… materials that can often appear to not be of any use any more, are my favourites to work with. My most favourite materials are wood with combination of metal and other natural media. I see opportunities to be creative and I love the challenge to design something new and different every time.

IMAGE:  Mixed media  -  LONG PEOPLE

www.instagram.com/bvnostyledesign/


 BARB RALPH

BOB NORMAN - POTTER

Bob started throwing pots at school, then took it up again after a 30-year gap.  Now retired and living in Salisbury, he makes useful items – mugs, jugs, bowls, dishes ….  He uses stoneware which is hard wearing and may be used in the oven, microwave and dishwasher.

IMAGE:   Plate, bowles and mugs

Visit Bob's ARTIST page to view more of his art.

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BRIDGET TIMONEY - POTTER

I am proud to be an Irish potter; I trained on the acclaimed Pottery Skills Course in Thomastown, Co. Kilkenny. After completing my one-year apprenticeship with Julie Ayton last year, supported by the Adopt a Potter Trust, I am now the Visual Arts and Pottery Assistant at Wiltshire Creative. 

IMAGE:    OVEN DISHES

Visit Bridget's ARTIST page to view more of her art.

www.bridgettimoney.com 


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CAMERON GRANGE - ARTIST

I am a local self taught artist, working in a range of different media - charcoals and scratchboard drawing wildlife.  I have a real passion for drawing in ballpoint pen. I am In the process of drawing the series ‘icons’ and recently completed this image of Salisbury Cathedral called ‘Hometown’ which took 90 hours! I will be displaying limited editions prints of my art, all numbered and signed.

Image:  Ballpoint pen  -  HOMETOWN   

www.instagram.com/gart9.0/


CAMERON GRANGE 


 CHARLIE MURRAY - ARTIST

Charlie Murray is a partially sighted digital artist who specialises in large scale abstract pieces inspired by the energy of the universe. She was born and raised in Cheshire, relocating to Salisbury in 2017 after falling in love with the people and places that make up this beautiful City of The Countryside.

IMAGE:  Digital art  -  CREATRIX

www.thecreatrixgallery.co.uk

Creatrix


CHARLOTTE ROSE - ARTIST

Born and raised in Salisbury, I specialise in acrylic paintings of landscapes and wildlife but I also use mixed media and chalk pastel, focussing on our amazing local places in Wiltshire, Hampshire and Dorset. I am passionate about the natural environment, which I hope shines through in my work.

IMAGE:   THE BEECH TREE

Visit Charlotte's ARTIST page to view more of her art.

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The Beech Tree 


CHRIS LOCK - PHOTOGRAPHER

I have been photographing Wiltshire and Dorset for the last fifteen years and still find great inspiration in the changing moods and colours of the landscape through the seasons. My work has appeared in a number of books and magazines, and 2021 will mark the tenth edition of my Wylye Valley Calendar, which supports the Wiltshire based charity Hope and Homes for Children.

IMAGE:   Fine art print  -  GROVELY WOOD 

www.chrislockphotography.co.uk

 

CHRIS LOCK

DAN BILTON - ARTISTS 

Dan’s paintings are built up layers of oil paint and mixed media focusing on the colours, textures and forms found in rugged landscapes. He mainly works from memories of specific places to give a more abstract feel. Dan completed an Art Foundation Diploma at Salisbury College and studied Fine Art at Plymouth University. His paintings are on permanent display at several independent businesses in Salisbury.

IMAGE:  Oil  -  OCTOBER 2020 (ORANGE)

www.instagram.com/danbilton


 DAN BILTON

DAWN HAINES - CERAMICIST 

Dawn Haines is the artisan potter behind Soul Fired Ceramics. Dawn creates beautiful, hand-made ceramics to be used, loved and enjoyed everyday as a sustainable alternative to throw-away, plastic and mass produced items. Her home studio in Winterslow is powered by electricity generated by solar panels.
‘Made from the soul. Fired by the sun’

IMAGE:   Fired clay  -  PURPLE BOWL

Visit Dawn's ARTIST page to view more of her work.

www.soulfiredceramics.co.uk

 



DAWN HAINES

 DIANE HAMPSTEAD - ARTIST

Welcome to the miniature 3D world of "vintage_shuffle"! Where my Degree in Theatre Design from Central St.Martins collides with my passion for classic movies, vintage fashion and intense colour! Evenings spent watching Grayson Perry's art club during Lockdown inspired me to rediscover my love for hand-cut analogue (ie.not digital!) paper collage and get creating again!

IMAGE:  Collage  -  FOXTROT FABULOUS

Visit Diane's ARTIST page to view more of her art.

www.instagram.com/vintage_shuffle


RICHARD TURLEY


DONALD FOXLEY - SCULPTOR

I left my career in aviation engineering to sculpt full time. I make abstracts large and small, often inspired by tiny everyday objects, in various media. I have exhibited at RHS Wisley ad various National Trust and private stately homes. My pieces are in private collections all over the country and I have exported to America and Germany. I also enjoy teaching sculpture. Details of which can be found on my Workshop page.

IMAGE:   ENLIGHTENMENT NEWBY

Visit Donald's WORKSHOP page to read about the tuition he offers.

www.donaldfoxley.co.uk

DONALD FOXLEY 


ELAINE FORD - ARTIST 

Elaine is a Contemporary Artist who creates evocative paintings of Land and Sea.  She studied at Winchester School of Art and her paintings are an amalgamation of drama, imagination and memory, with a strong emphasis on colour. She works mostly in Acrylics and Mixed Media, aiming to capture the sense of a place, whilst leading the viewer on a visual journey.

IMAGE:  Mixed media on birch panel  -  PASSING STORM

www.elainefordartist.com


 RICHARD HORNER

ELIZABETH TANNER - TEXTILES 

The yarn enthusiast behind A TAIL OF YARN,  I blend animal fibres, plant dyes and textile waste to spin characterful art yarns which inspire my crochet hats, knitwear and spinning, knitting and crochet kits. I’m also passionate about sharing skills and keeping traditional crafts alive at my rural studio through my workshops. 

IMAGE:   Drop Spindle Basket Kit  -  CARNIVAL

Visit Elizabeth's ARTIST page to view more of her work.

www.atailofyarn.com

 LIZ TANNER

EMILY SMITH - ARTIST

I’ve always been drawn to the outdoors and find the animals and landscapes I encounter on my travels to be a big source of inspiration. My work is all hand drawn using graphite or coloured pencils as I love the simplicity of monochrome images almost as much as I love experimenting with colour - you'll see a mixture of both in on my display!

IMAGE:   ELECTRIC WAVES

www.etsy.com/shop/emilyjoyfineart/

 
ANNE MARIE MARSHALL FIEBER

ESTHER BROWN - ARTIST

Esther Brown is a contemporary wildlife artist who creates highly detailed atmospheric paintings. Each piece is created using a range of media including spray paint, acrylics, oils and pure gold leaf to give them their unique quality and luminosity.  Her paintings are inspired by the beauty of wildlife and aim to evoke a sense of wonder and respect for the natural world.

IMAGE:  Oils, Acrylic and Gold leaf  -  ARISE

www.estherbrownart.com



 RICHARD HORNER

FELICITY JOWITT - ARTIST

I like to make a series of mixed media pieces that work together as one artwork.  This can be collated in a book, or as a collection.  I am selling my latest book, a series of photos of conical people interacting with bread.  The pictures are collected into a book called “Conical people and bread”, snapshots of the life Dada.

IMAGE:  Book  -  CONICAL PEOPLE AND BREAD

www.felicityjowitt.blogspot.com

 
RICHARD TURLEY

FIONA CHARTER - CERAMICIST

Fiona is a ceramicist specialising in hand built plates, platters, and vases. She loves painting birds and animals using underglazes and slips and draws much inspiration from the Wiltshire countryside that surrounds her garden studio in Downton. Having had a long career teaching art in schools and colleges in and around Salisbury, Fiona is now able to devote her time to producing her own work, walking her dogs and gardening!

IMAGE:   Terracotta, whie slip and underglazes - THE SWALLOWS RETURN  

www.charterartworks.co.uk


 FIONA CHARTER


FIONA FORBES - ARTIST

Vibrant, colourful and uplifting paintings are Fiona's speciality. She paints using oils, acrylics, watercolours and mixed media. Nature is her inspiration and she enjoys painting outdoors whenever possible in watercolours, using her sketches to create larger paintings in her studio at home. She has lived in Wiltshire since 2009. 

IMAGE:  Watercolour and pen  -  ARUNDELLS GARDEN

Visit Fiona's ARTIST page to view more of her art.

www.fionajforbesart.com



the Lakes oil 31 x 25cm


FRED FIEBER - ARTIST 

Fred draws and paints on a variety of subjects in a range of mediums, landscapes, cityscapes and railways feature strongly. He works from his home studio in Salisbury. One of his biggest projects to date is the Milford Bridge Mural in Salisbury. Other projects include producing prints from charcoal drawings of the 90 or so pubs that have existed in Salisbury since the 1900s.

IMAGE:  Pastel on Canson paper  -  CHERRY BLOSSON ON THE GREENCROFT

www.fredfieber.com



FRED FIEBER

GEORGE SHAPLAND - WOOD TURNER

George Shapland retired from the army in 2017 and took up wood turning full time after training under the Master Turner, Stuart Mortimer.  He turned professional in 2019 with the launch of his company Butterwood and was accepted onto the Register of Professional Turners in September that year. He specialises in segmented designs in both domestic and exotic hardwoods. 

IMAGE:   Jatoba, Wenge and Pau Amarello  -  PEDESTAL BOWL

Visit George's ARTIST page to view more of his work.

www.butterwood.co.uk



GEORGE SHAPLAND


GERALDINE MCLOUGHLIN - GLASS

My background includes Art and textiles but glass has captured my imagination.  I now have my own studio where I create fused and cast glass items for indoor and outdoor display. I exhibit in UK galleries and have pieces in private collections both in the UK and worldwide. 

IMAGE:  Glass  -  TRIPTYCH

Visit Geraldine's ARTIST page to view more of her art.

www.geraldinemcloughlin.glass

5 Triptych 


GRANT WALKER - POTTER

Most of my New Forest studio pieces have been large, wheel-thrown, stoneware platters and bowls, both glazed and unglazed. I particularly like the unglazed pots as they exhibit the clay, its colours and differing textures which are otherwise hidden beneath the glaze. 

Image - STONEWARE PLATTER 

ceramicsstudio.co.uk/Grant

GRANT WALKER BIO


HARRIET BILTON - TEXTILES 

Harriet designs and makes a range of textile products from sustainable materials, such as bamboo. By making natural dyes and mordants from foraged items and kitchen waste she is able to keep to a muted colour palette. She also experiments with cyanotypes and printmaking techniques by transferring botanical imagery onto paper and fabric. 

IMAGE:   KNITTED BAMBOO PLANTER

Visit Harriet's ARTIST page to view more of her work.

etsy.com/uk/shop/HarrietBilton


 HARRIET BILTON

HEATHER OLSEN - CERAMICIST

I dropped art at 13, to take the “academic” subjects. This rankled - I loved art.  Years later a short ceramics course at a London Art School enthused me. It still does! I experiment with lace/seashells/leaves/found objects to texture the clay’s surface. I make things to raise a smile – animals; paint-boxes; tiny tables set for breakfast! Ceramics offers scope for continual learning of the techniques and science of ceramics.

IMAGE:   COLLECTION OF POTS AND VASES

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HEATHER OLSEN 


HELEN SOUTHWELL - GLASS

Pretty fused glass plates and bowls, candle votives, jewellery and other gifts. Hand made by fusing layers of clear glass, glass chips, glass paints and coloured frits to create interest and texture. 

IMAGE:   Kilm fired glass  -  BLUE BOWL

Visit Helen's ARTIST page to view more of her work.

www.etsy.com/uk/shop/TheGlassRoomUK




  HELEN SOUTHWELL

JANE WALKER - ARTIST

I paint mostly urban, and semi-urban scenes, mainly in oils. Most of my paintings are of places in, and around Salisbury.

IMAGE:  Oil on canvas  -  EVENING STREET

www.janewalkerartist.co.uk


 JANE WALKER

JANET FOXLEY - ARTIST

My main occupation is writing, but I love to do experimental painting as a side line because its randomness provides a relaxing contrast from the intense thinking and planning that writing requires. After years of playing with water-based inks I am currently experimenting with fluid acrylics and alcohol ink techniques.

IMAGE:   MOONLIT SEA

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KAREN WELSH


KAREN WELSH - PAINTER

Make a statement with an exciting original piece of abstract art. Dynamic paintings created by placing contrasting colours thoughtfully, using techniques and textures to create works with atmosphere. 

IMAGE:   Acrylic  -  HILLS AND VALLEYS 

Visit Karen's ARTIST page to view more of her art.

www.karenwelshcreativearts.co.uk

KAREN WELSH


LOUISA SAFFIOTI - ARTIST

My work consists mostly of framed and unframed watercolour paintings of landscapes and views of Salisbury, many of which are painted outside. I also paint waterfowl and chickens.  I exhibit and sell my paintings online and locally and I am a member of Salisbury Group of Artists and Plain Arts Salisbury.

IMAGE:   SALISBURY CATHEDRAL

Visit Louisa's ARTIST page to view more of her art.

 www.facebook.com/Louisa-saffiotiart

 Old sarum


LUCINDA NICHOLAS - ARTIST 

I live in Redlynch in the beautiful New Forest National Park where most of my inspiration comes from. My watercolour paintings are available as originals, prints, 100% silk cushion covers, mugs, coasters and greeting cards. I also take commissions. Visit my website to view all of my paintings and designs along with the stories behind each one.

IMAGE:  Watercolour  -  ROBERT'S WALK, BRITFORD

Visit Lucy's ARTIST page to view more of her art.

www.lucindanicholas.co.uk


 LUCINDA NICHOLAS

LUCY SHAPLAND - ARTIST

Previously, Lucy worked as a zookeeper before turning her passion for wildlife into art.  In 2018, Lucy was shortlisted for the Wildlife Artist of the Year award, exhibiting one of her pieces in the Mall Gallery in London.  Today, Lucy loves to create gorgeous animal artworks, fine art prints and greeting cards. 

IMAGE:  Acrylic  -  DAYDREAMER

Visit Lucy's ARTIST page to view more of her art.

www.lucyshaplandart.co.uk



LUCY SHAPLAND


MARK HAMILTON - ARTIST

Since 2005 I have been refining my artistic work. Starting with pencil drawings and progressing to other media such as pastels and acrylic paints. Combining surrealism and inspiration characters my work is diverse and captivating. Over the years I’ve moved from automative work through very big walls and everything in between.

IMAGE:    Mixed media - BUTTERFLY

Visit Mark's ARTIST page to view more of his art.

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MARK HAMILTON


 MARY COLE - CERAMICIST

After many years of making pots, Mary has found that lockdown has produced an explosion of creativity around flora and fauna. She uses fresh flowers and leaves to create her designs as well as hand drawn images.

IMAGE:    CERAMIC BOWLS

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MARY COLE


MARY FAWCETT - ARTIST 

Come and enjoy colourful and vibrant paintings in many different sizes. I am inspired to paint landscape, sea, flowers and some spiritually based work amongst other experimental pieces. Most are framed or on canvasses. I have exhibited over many years and there are bargains available as I can't stop painting!!

IMAGE:   Pastel and Acrylic - SOUTHWEST COASTAL PATH

Visit Mary's ARTIST page to view more of her work.

www.facebook.com/MaryFawcettArt/



 MARY FAWCETT

MATTHEW DEAN - ARTIST

Matthew Dean is a Salisbury based artist with a background in film and animation. Primarily working with raw materials Matthew constructs low relief abstract works. When Matthew is not in his studio he practices the art of figure drawing at Studio 53 where he teaches several creative classes through the week.

IMAGE:   STILL LIFE WORKSHOP

Visit Matthew's WORKSHOP page to view more of his art.

www.studio53space.co.uk



 STILL LIFE CLASS


MELISSA WADSWORTH - ARTIST

I am an artist based in Salisbury and work mostly in charcoal. I love to draw tree’s, landscapes and the wonderful architecture of Salisbury. I am currently working on some new drawings and look forward to displaying them at the next event in May. 

IMAGE:  Charcoal  -  LOOKING UP II

Visit Melissa's ARTIST page to view more of her art.

www.melissawadsworth.co.uk



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MIA HOUGHTON - JEWELLER 

Exchanging London for a studio in her beautiful hometown of Salisbury in order to start Mijoux Creations, Mia now produces gorgeous handmade silver and gemstone jewellery, inspired by nature, water and the beauty of geometry. Mijoux Creations makes affordable jewellery to make you smile, give as unique presents or show someone special that you love them.

IMAGE:  Sterling silver  -  BOHO DROP EARRINGS

Visit Mia's ARTIST page to view more of her jewellery.

www.mijouxcreations.com



 LUCINDA NICHOLAS

MOIRA ROSS - STONE CARVER

While I love textiles and paper, my favourite thing is stone carving and my favourite stone is Maltese Limestone. I carve it by hand, often with rasps rather than chisels, and sand it till it is smooth, 'soft' and shiny. So tactile!  Animals, seeds and fruit are some of my subjects, alongwith abstract pieces. 

IMAGE:  Stone carved  -  PEAR STANDING

www.moiraross.com

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MURRAY MARSHALL - ARTIST

Murray Marshall completed an MA in Fine Art Printmaking at Winchester School of Art in 2007. While there he developed an interest in artist’s books which he has subsequently pursued further. He is also a printmaker and is currently mainly producing screen prints.

IMAGE: 

www.butterfurlong.co.uk

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NEIL BUCKLEY - ARTIST 

Orange Peel Art is a collection of acrylic paintings taken from landscapes in the Salisbury/Wiltshire area. Whilst most of the paintings show a traditional image of well-known historic sites, some of the paintings have been given their own spin, so there's something for everyone to enjoy. 

IMAGE:   Acrylic - SALISBURY IN THE MIST

Visit Neil's ARTIST page to see more of his art.

www.etsy.com/uk/shop/OrangePeelArtStudio



NEIL BUCKLEY

NICK ANDREW - ARTIST

A selection of mixed media pieces from 'A Gap in the Market', a plein- air drawing project exploring the activity, movement and transitory nature of Salisbury market and other events in the city’s bustling heart from 2020 - 2021, documenting a year in the life of the historic Charter Market. These drawings were exhibited recently at Fisherton Mill, Salisbury.

IMAGE:  Mixed media  -  CHRISTMAS CAROUSEL, SALISBURY

www.nickandrew.co.uk


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PIP WHITE - NEEDLE FELTING

Pip White was born and brought up in Salisbury. It has only been recently her discovery of needle felting has allowed her to explore her talent in a very unique way.  Her use of fibre forms and illusion of water colour or pastels and allows her to create landscapes and coastal scenes mainly from the south-west of England.

IMAGE:   A STORMY WALK

Visit Pip's ARTIST page to view more of her work.

www.pippaluk.co.uk



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RICH TURLEY - PHOTOGRAPHER/ARTIST 

Rich mixes his photography of Salisbury and other places of inspiration (including Cornwall) with a new venture into paint and ink on wood. His photography is inspired by natural forms, whether it be the Cornish coastline or lichen on buildings like Salisbury Cathedral, exploring texture, shape and light. The paint and ink artworks show his artistic talent for capturing Salisbury, wildlife and popular culture in a unique way.

IMAGE:   OWL ON POST

www.instagram.com/richpturley/ 


 RICHARD HORNER

RICHARD HORNER - ARTIST 

Richard Horner is a self-taught fine artist and described himself as a die-in-the wool Yorkshireman but for the last 30 years has been living in self-imposed exile in Wiltshire. He has dabbled in most mediums but finds the switching between Watercolour and Oil his most rewarding. Subject matter ranges from landscapes, still life to portraits with the living world his inspiration. Some of these creations have also been accompanied by self-penned poetry.

IMAGE:  Oil  -  THE CYPRIOT BOOK MAKER

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 RICHARD HORNER

ROB HAMES - ARTIST 

Rob is a Wiltshire based en plein air painter and prolific sketcher, working across Salisbury Plain and around the city itself. Having taught art and painting practice for many years, Rob now focuses on his landscape and aviation illustration including solo exhibitions at Salisbury’s Fisherton Mill and galleries nationwide.

IMAGE:   BACK GARDENS SUMMER SALISBURY

Visit Rob's ARTIST page to view more of his art.

www.robhames.com



 RICHARD HORNER

SARAH HOBLEY - SCULPTOR

I am a portrait sculptor working on a commission basis, creating, in clay, a likeness of a horse, dog, adult or child. To complement my commission work, I also produce a range of limited edition relief sculptures. My work is cast in bronze, bronze resin or elegant, white marble resin.

IMAGE:  Commissioned brozin resin  -  PORTRAIT HEAD

Visit Sarah's ARTIST page to view more of her work.

www.sarahhobley.com


 SARAH HOBLEY

SIMON HOWDEN - ARTIST 

Simon's works cover most, it not all mediums, including Oils, Acrylics & Watercolours, all in a variety of styles from loose abstract to photo-realism, but always with a rich and vibrant colour pallet finished with sensitive mark making. Subjects range from local Landscapes influenced by his immediate surroundings to Wild Life both domestic & 'Exotic' - especially chickens! In addition Simon also creates limited edition Lino Prints. 

IMAGE:  Acrylic  -  SALISBURY CATHEDRAL

Visit Simon's ARTIST page to view more of his art.

www.simonhowdenartist.co.uk


 SIMON HOWDEN


STEVE NEVILLE - POTTER

Steve makes a range of reasonably priced ceramics, from fine porcelain tableware with a limited palette of muted glazes and flashes of colour. Steve brings a refreshingly straightforward approach to his ceramic work which results in elegantly pleasing simple forms. 

IMAGE:   CHATTERED VESSEL

www.steveneville.net

 CHATTERED VESSEL


TERESA ROGERS - ARTIST

Teresa is an artist who works in all mediums to produce colourful work. She exhibits across the South of England including London and Bath and takes part in Hampshire Open Studios. Her subject matter includes animal portraits, landscapes, floral work and abstracts and also hand pained lampshades. 

IMAGE:   TWITTER

Visit Teresa's ARTIST page to view more of her art.

https://teresarogersart.com


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VALERIE VERVA - ARTIST 

Valerie seeks to express, through her colourful expressionist oil paintings, the mood and mystery of place and of what lies beyond the purely physical.  Current experimental works share the joy and creative freedom she has found this year in the natural world of garden and local landscapes. 

IMAGE:   Oil - EXUBERANCE

Visit Valerie's ARTIST page to view more of her art.

www.valerienerva.com




 VALERIE NERVA

VERONIKA ZAJICKOVA - RESIN CRAFT

Inspired by nature, Veronika creates unique gifts with love and passion. Using non-toxic resin and up cycled bottles mixed with nature beautiful items including wine glasses, coasters and decorative items are created. Living in the New Forest provides the perfect place to forage… different woods, leafs, flowers, stones and feathers are used to produce individual items to cherish. 

​Image:  Wood and resin  -  HEART

Visit Veronika's ARTIST page to see more of her work.

www.instagram.com/veronikasresin




VERONIKA ZAJICKOVA


VICKY BILTON - TEXTILES 

Vicky uses free machine embroidery and hand stitching to produce framed pieces. Her subject matter can be a traditional landscape, birds or a stone wall, and is inspired by beauty in unusual places. Vicky also makes bespoke greetings cards. 

IMAGE:   Free machine embroidered  -  SURFER'S WAVE

Visit Vicky's ARTIST page to view more of her work.

www.instagram.com/vickybilton




 VICKY BILTON

WILL RICHARDSON - STONE CARVER 

Will Richardson is an intuitive stone carver with no formal training in art or sculpture.  Much of his work is figurative, leaving unrevealed elements for the viewer to imagine.  He deliberately avoids any suggestion of literary or allegorical associations in his work as this imposes a viewpoint on the observer.

IMAGE:  Stone carved  -   DRESSED ALL IN WHITE

Visit Will's ARTIST page to view more of his art.

www.instagram.com/willrichardson79/

 

WILLL RICHARDSON

PLAIN ARTS SALISBURY

Plain Arts Salisbury is the leading visual arts network for Salisbury and the surrounding area, offering members a window on the visual arts in Salisbury. From fine artists and artisans who’s art is their livelihood to amateur artists and hobbyists, all combining to represent an ever growing talent of visual artists and makers. If you would like to know more please visit our stand for a friendly chat. Members of Plain Arts will be displaying their art.

Co-ordinator - DAVID WALKER

Visit PA's ART GROUP page to find out more about their group.

www.plainartssalisbury.co.uk




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SALISBURY GROUP OF ARTISTS

Salisbury Group of Artists welcomes artists of all ages and abilities within the Salisbury area. Members have the opportunity to participate in a full programme of workshops, exhibitions and events, and receive a monthly Newsletter containing up to date information and articles relevant to the art scene. Members from SGA will be exhibiting their work over the weekend. 

Co-ordinator - PAUL RYDER   

Visit .SGA's ART GROUP page to find out more about their group.

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