Emma Rodgers is one of the most sought after and highly collectable artists working in Britain today, exhibiting worldwide including the prestigious Victoria & Albert Museum Prize, Stricoff Fine Art N.Y., Lineart –Ghent, Cork Street London, Royal Academy of Art, The Saatchi Gallery, Chicago and New York, Art Paris at the Grande Palais Paris and Singapore.
The Diversity of Rodgers work has seen her designing and producing sculptures with Marvel films for the sets of Guardians of The Galaxy and Avengers Age of Ultron, and in 2017 Rodgers was commissioned by the family of Cilla Black to created a public art sculpture of “Cilla” which is now a permanent feature outside the famous Cavern Club, Liverpool.
Carne Griffiths Artist - Illustrator
Carne works primarily with calligraphy inks, graphite, and liquids, such as tea. Griffiths’ fascination with drawing focuses on the creation and manipulation of the drawn line. Images explore human, geometric and floral forms, in a combination of both literal and abstract translation and in response to images and situations encountered in daily life. Images are recorded in a dreamlike sense onto the page where physical boundaries are unimportant. His work creates a journey of escapism which focuses on scenes of awe and wonder, projecting a sense of abandonment and inviting the viewer to share and explore this inner realm.
Michael Batey - Fine landscape artist
Michael's current body of work is inspired by a recent sailing trip up the Western Isles of Scotland where he experienced all weather elements and light in which he captures in his paintings. Working with oils, thinners and primers on canvas and panel, he starts with vigorous brushstrokes adding thin glazes and the landscapes emerge and evolve. He also introduces some water colours and pen and charcoal drawings and sketches.
Michael's last exhibition was very successful and has also painted various commissions, having sold work to private collectors as far afield as France, Belgium, Canada and America and Dubai.
Tammy Walters Fine Art - Contemporary animal painter
Tammy is a self-taught artist with many years of experience and predominantly works in oils and acrylics, although she has a huge passion for pen and ink, creating pony and dog illustrations. With her extensive range of styles and genre, she loves to change mediums to keep her mind fresh and alive.
Her equestrian paintings capture the emotional connection that she feels around these beautiful animals, and having the best of British racing, showjumping and dressage on her doorstep she has plenty of subject material.