Gill Hickman Gill Hickman draws on textures in the environment and in life. She uses quality materials; gold leaf & fine hand-made papers to create uplifting works that convey her love of life. www.gillhickman.com
Thomas Knight Tom took up painting when he retired and this is his fifth year of exhibiting at Art on the Hill. His style has changed slightly over the years and he is happiest painting buildings and boats in all mediums and is enjoying painting in acrylics at the moment.
“Waterhole at Northbrook”, Muriel Law
Muriel Law Local artist, member of Bicester Art Group.
Peter Baschan I was introduced to painting by my great-grandfather at a very young age. I draw my inspiration from the ever changing beauty of Landscapes. Nature produces the most amazing structures and colours. I am passionate about using saturated colours on my paintings to express the beauty all around us and to capture the viewer’s imagination.
Vic Winslade Vic started watercolour ten years ago, influenced and guided by an art class in Worminghall. Vic paints for relaxation and has exhibited in The Winning Prizes and Commissions. His work has also contributed to Cancer Research.
Lara Woodley Drawing and painting is my passion and I undertake a spectrum of commissions. My work is individual and I am driven. I encapsulate static movement and vibrancy of colour.
Andrew Martin Andrew began exhibiting in Oxford Art Weeks moving on to exhibit at the Royal West of England Academy, Modern Art Oxford, Getty Image Gallery and The Royal College of Art as well as being shown on the BBC.
Sarah Darby Painting oil on canvas, mainly still life, looking at traditional forms of composition with a fresh interpretation, my chief motivation is to get it like it really is; what captures me is honesty. I trained as a fine artist, and work as a book cover designer. I have exhibited in London, Oxford and the South East. I am inspired by remote, wild places and, later this year, will be creating a new body of work influenced by the atmosphere of Southern Patagonia and the Andes where I will be undertaking a solo three month drawing and cycling expedition from April. Follow my progress at: http://strawbsbikeride.tumblr.com
Doug Smith Doug is a local amateur artist and works in either acrylics or oils. He focusses on interpreting selected landscape and nature themes from vertical and horizontal perspectives.
“Silent Hunter”, Alison Perkins
Alison Perkins Alison Perkins is an accomplished Wildlife Artist. Though self-taught, her work has come highly placed in many competitions and exhibited extensively, including the Mall Galleries in London as a finalist in the David Shepherd WAY 2011 (http://www.alisonperkinsart.com/index.php)
Mike Ranger Mike returns for the 4th year to Art on the Hill with his unique and funky art, mixing contemporary and modern styles with a retro feel to his work.
Toby Crook I am 42 years old and work in sales; but I would much rather be painting for a living! I hope you like my work. (http://www.tobycrook-art.com/)
“Naval Batlle”, Geoff Hutchins
Geoffrey Hutchins I am an artist and art tutor. I have been an artist for the past thirty years, and also for the past thirteen years I have been teaching art, mostly for the Bedfordshire Adult Education Service. Recently however I have been running private classes in a local church hall. I teach watercolour and acrylic painting techniques. I have a strong interest in marine paintings and this is reflected in the work I am showing at this exhibition. If you would like to see more of my pictures then look on my website at www.geoffreyhutchins.co.uk. The work there is listed under titles Aviation, Marine, Science Fiction and general art. I am available for commissions and can be contacted on 01525759398 or 07974 586415. My email address is email@example.com (http://www.geoffreyhutchins.co.uk/)
Jayne Martin Jayne is enjoying a return to various arts and crafts with successful exhibitions and interest in her paintings on many subjects.
Matt Coburn Matt is an Oxford artist who can be found on theartcircus.com. He regularly exhibits at Art in Woodstock and has had exhibitions at Cornerstone, Oxford University Press and Freuds in Oxford.
“Thames”, Susan Wheeler
Susan Wheeler I make original hand printed linocuts and exhibit during Artweeks Oxfordshire and at exhibitions, art fairs and galleries. I am a member of The Oxford Printmakers and The Oxford Art Society; www.susanwheelerprints.co.uk
Martha Cadle Martha works primarily with printmaking and drawing. Her work concerns birds and our relationship with them and the vastness of the space they occupy. She works at in the School of Arts at Oxford Brookes and is a freelance artist and tutor (http://marthacadle.wordpress.com/)
Clovelly in Holiday Mood, Juliette Palmer
Juliette Palmer, RBA Shows watercolours of favourite places. Once a children’s books Illustrator, always a painter. Exhibitor Royal Societies and Academies. Finalist major national art competitions, many commercial galleries, local events, art books.
Joe Stockton Joe’s cartoons have appeared in various professional publications and he has exhibited his watercolours in the Midlands and in London. A recent commission was to paint watercolours of a villa in North Tuscany.
Irene Foster Irene’s journey over the past 20 years has taken her from sketching to watercolour, pastels and acrylics, to her now favoured medium of oils. Inspired by sunsets and Turner, when a subject presents itself she is compelled to paint.
Lynn Callaghan I get great pleasure from beach combing, mostly on the beautiful shores of northern Scotland. Time spent in my studio is time well spent. Finally, exhibiting and selling is another great result.
Jane Ponting Jane Ponting was born in Brill in 1960 and attended Brill School and later Lord Williams’s, Thame. Jane is a self-taught artist who specialises in horses and nudes. She has twice exhibited with The Society of Equestrian Artists in London.
Susan Rooke Susan lives and works in Stoke Mandeville. She graduated with a Fine Art degree in 2000 from the University of Hertfordshire. She subsequently studied for a Higher Professional Diploma in Print making at West Herts College. She is a member of the Visual Images Group, Artworks and BBH Print Society. She is currently enjoying experimenting with a variety of printmaking techniques: in particular collograph, dry point etching and linocut, and exploring the merging of these techniques. The subject matter of her work, which is generally abstract or semi-representational, are mostly inspired by timeless landscapes, the elements and personal memories.
Inspired by a boot, Carolyn Boreham
Carolyn Boreham Carolyn studied at Camberwell College of Art & Design. Images from the historic shoe collection at London College of Fashion dating from 1785-1880, where Carolyn works as an art librarian.