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    Our Artists

    Carol Lander

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    I was born in Kent, but Cornwall is my spiritual home. I always knew I would be an artist, though it has taken a long time getting here! I left school,  married and had my daughter early; life had other plans. But Cornwall makes artists, and whatever I found myself doing, the light and the landscape and atmosphere got into me. And I became an...


    Caroline Barker

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    The two great interests in my life have been wildlife and art. I studied Botany at university; however, wherever I have lived I have always been to art classes, including a part time year at Reigate Collage of Art and Design studying calligraphy. When we moved to Devon in 2006, I decided to take my artistic side more seriously and joined Pres...


    Cath Read

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    I live in Bristol in a house with an unusually large walled garden, fruit trees and chickens. In this city oasis, my studio is a converted ex-air-raid shelter.

    As a child I loved drawing and painting and early on could get a likeness in a portrait, which seems to be why people told me I was good at art. At my first college, Yeovil in Somerset, I found that I loved painting and sculpture and so specialised in Fine Art.  I have always enjoyed encouraging others in their art and worked...


    Catriona Hall

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    Although left-facing, whiskerless, short-legged and rather portly, I hope my subjects are identifiable, if somewhat stylized and their poses unlikely. I have yet to see a curlew riding a cow, but I live in hope and have seen three crows pecking for lice on a sheep (which doesn’t seem quite so romantic). I worry for the cattle, sheep, curlews ...


    Claire Brierley

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    I work in an attic studio in Stratford Upon Avon, where I love to create colourful, quirky acrylic paintings. With a large imagination and a love of bold colour and shape, I am inspired by the countryside,  the coast and Country Living magazine. I also take on animal and house commissions for people who fancy a portrait with a difference; may...


    Claire Cockayne

    Find out more about Claire Cockayne

    I live and work in the Fens in East Anglia. With such beautiful surroundings on my doorstep, natural form is a primary source of inspiration for me. I work intuitively and allow the element of chance to play a key role in my prints whilst I manipulate the process. I like to work in a free and experimental way, creating images incorporating patter...


    Cyndi Speer

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    With so much of my time spent either painting in the studio or being out and about collecting ‘visual imagery’ (either with photography or ‘on the spot sketches’), always the very first thing that I like to do is to take our two dogs for a lovely long walk. The fresh air and delight at being in amongst the beautiful countryside always injects me with energy and new ideas. These ideas progress from small sketches to large canvases that give me freedom with no restrictions. I love to capture...


    Dee Nickerson

    Find out more about Dee Nickerson

    It is usually late morning when I start to paint, working late into the night, stopping for supper and, while it’s daylight, to gaze out of the window. During winter I settle by the fire and wireless in the caravan I share with a partner and three feline muses. In summer I move outside, under the lean-to. Combining memory, imagination and observations of the changing seasons, weather, people, cats, dogs and birds, I elaborate on little moments of ordinary life seen at home, from my bicy...


    Fiona Scott-Wilson

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    I have explored and worked with many mediums over the years, but recently swopped my paintbrush for a scalpel and my paints for a palette of multicoloured papers. My cut paper works have evolved from simple graphic images to a more complex ‘painterly’ style, encompassing more defined detail. By developing my technique, I try to capture the beauty of nature in colours that are richly harmonious, reflecting my passion for design. I am inspired by Matisse - who made cut paper a viable, intere...


    Gerard Hobson

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    I grew up with a love of wildlife and art. In 1984 I qualified as a zoologist from Bangor University and worked for a few years for a Wildlife Trust as a botanist and illustrator. I then went on to work freelance as an artist. Some years ago I completed a printmaking course; I particularly enjoyed the technique of linocut which enabled me to develop my own style. I now work from my garden studio in York producing limited edition hand-coloured lino prints of birds and animals. 

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    Gillian Marklew

    Find out more about Gillian Marklew

    I see the subject matter of my paintings - usually women - as a vehicle for the pursuit of a particular artistic outcome - i.e. an exercise in using a limited palette of analogous or complimentary colours based on an abstract structure of strong shapes and tone. If I can weave into this exercise the representation of a mood, of rhythm, or of a suggested meaning, and if this translates to the viewer in a pleasing way, then I have achieved my aim. My passion, though, is in learning something...


    Hannah Giffard

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    I live out in the sticks in South Norfolk and can often be seen walking my shaggy grey dog up Rookery Lane. I am always trying to observe the changing light for my paintings, whether it is the lime green of spring against stormy skies or the warm yellow glow of a summer's evening. My paintings are inspired by my surroundings, from hares in cornfields to stags on misty mornings. However, I am sometimes better known for my creation ‘Pablo the Little Red Fox’, a children’s animation series...


    Hannah Hann

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    The places I have lived in (Shetland, Cornwall and Norfolk) influence my painting enormously in terms of colour and subject matter. I prefer to paint from memory, it helps me to reflect purely on what was interesting to me about that scene originally. I sometimes make quick drawings, these help embed visual memories for later use.Oil paint is my favourite medium and I love to use collage alongside it, making use of the contrast between the sharply cut edges and brush strokes. When paint...


    Helen Hallows

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    I’m guided by nature and inspired by the changes from day to day and season to season. My studio looks out onto my garden so my ‘commute’ to work takes me past the tree house and chicken coop. From my studio I can watch the birds, and the path in front of it is a
    neighbourhood crossing point for cats and the occasional fox. Beyond my domestic environment I seek out patchwork hills. I look for stories in the landscape, in my journey home, in a family of trees. My inspirations are sketch...


    James Green

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    I love the immediacy of linocut prints, and the fact that you have to take risks when creating prints with lino-cutting. There is no going back! I also find that the lino has a life of its own and you‘re never completely in control of the process, which keeps me on my toes. My subject matters are generally UK wildlife, landscapes and, occasionall...


    Jane Dignum

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    I studied Fine Art in Leeds and now live in York, where I create linocut prints and collages. I love the strong style that results from printing using lino. I draw inspiration from the city of York as well as my allotment, where I see the plants and animals which often feature in my work. I always have my camera with me so I can capture the images that I later use. As I produce multiples of prints, I use pieces of them to make collages. I enjoy deciding where each piece will go, experiment...


    Jennifer Verny-Franks

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    Hysterical seagulls screaming with laughter,
    Kids dipping nets into murky green water,
    Bright little boats strain at ropes in the bay,
    Sailors by evening, accountants by day.
    Pale sulky boys, their girls who just giggle,
    Old ladies, thin ladies, ladies who wiggle,
    Mud-covered dogs, slurping with joy,
    Gran’dad in shorts, once again just a boy.
    Blue skies or grey...


    Joanna Padfield

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    With a love of nature and the natural environment, my inspiration comes from wildlife, the woods, fields, heathland, the sea, and the salt marshes. Much of my work is influenced by the beautiful and dramatic Norfolk skies. All of my work starts in my sketch book; I draw anything that catches my eye and develop these drawings into ideas for prints. Each of my linocut prints is hand pulled, proudly showing the various marks left by the rough surface of the lino block. I love the process of carv...


    Judith Stroud

    Find out more about Judith Stroud

    I love making things. My earliest memories are about playing with transfers, magic colouring books, and sewing. I lived in faraway places and still love travelling but South Wales has been my anchor for many years now. My fine art training gave me a useful foundation and nowadays I still love textiles, I’m a keen cook, but my real obsession is pr...


    Karen Jones

    Find out more about Karen Jones

    Going back to my illustration roots, I am creating a series of intricate ’lace-like’ drawings, paintings and sculptures which I have termed ‘Line Works’. These artworks are a challenge for my skill as a painter and draughtsperson and are devised to test my creative abilities and sometimes my strength of character! These new artworks rely on a...


    Kate Mears

    Find out more about Kate Mears

    I settle to work in my studio at the top of our tall house after I've dashed through various chores and walked the dogs, my companions in this sunny room overlooking the garden and the long view beyond. Subjects present themselves all around me: at home, in the garden, and in the village where I’ve lived for over two decades with my husband, four children, various dogs, chickens and other animals. I’m inspired by the fall of sunshine and shadows on subjects and sometimes by the stories tha...


    Katharine Green

    Find out more about Katharine Green

    I have always been inspired by the beauty of the English countryside and its wildlife. I originally studied Illustration at university and after graduating I worked in interiors and soft furnishings. I now work as an artist from home where my garden and the surrounding countryside in Hertfordshire give a constant source for my work, whether it is the latest flowers to blossom in the garden or the daily mischief of my cat as he explores his estate, causing mayhem wherever he goes.


    Kerry Buck

    Find out more about Kerry Buck

    I have two dogs and if they don't get walked, they eat the furniture. So, we walk the countryside around my home in Norfolk. If you spot a lady in a high-vis jacket being pulled along by an enthusiastic labrador and a furry lurcher, a camera bouncing around her neck and with an armful of dry cow parsley, that will be me. Everywhere I look there are pictures: long-tailed tits in the brambles; a hare startled by our passing; and last year's cow parsley skeletal against a Norfolk sky. Thes...


    Louise O'Hara

    Find out more about Louise O'Hara

    I am a professional mixed media artist based in the heart of Cheshire and I create work from my studio at home. Within my work I use a combination of layered surfaces from paint, ink, stitch, fabric and ephemera to create one-off intricate mixed media pieces. My work has been described as quintessentially English, romantic and nostalgic. My work ...


    Lynda Durrant

    Find out more about Lynda Durrant

    Native British flowers and wildlife are the main inspirations for my linocuts, I love observing them changing through the seasons. Living in Lewes with my family, we are lucky to have nature all around us with the South Downs right on our doorstep. I’ve always worked as a graphic designer and illustrator since graduating from Camberw...


    Mandy Walden

    Find out more about Mandy Walden

    My images are my happy memories, both real and imagined. I am never happier than when I'm out in the landscape with my dog...by the sea on a stormy grey day, or down a country lane surrounded by lush, humming hedgerows, the sun high in a brilliant blue sky. But I am happy too as I turn memory to image, distorting size and perspective to weave a s...


    Mani Parkes

    Find out more about Mani Parkes

    The day-to-day sights that I see on the school run often inspire my paintings. Cycling through the higgledy-piggledy streets, I love the charming buildings and quirky characters that I see. I love nature; I love a beautiful pair of spotty wellingtons or a stripy scarf; I love moments that make me smile. Sitting at my living room table, I turn my simple sketchbook doodles into cheerful paintings. I like to use acrylic, combining my muted palette of chalky blues, greys and whites with an upl...


    Mary Collett

    Find out more about Mary Collett

    Even as a small child I was always a fiddler and I love nothing better than the experimentation that comes with printmaking – there’s always some bit of old book or map or music that I feel I can add to my prints to make each one unique. My subjects are pretty much always animals or birds and I try to give each one their own character by adding a...


    Mary Sumner

    Find out more about Mary Sumner

    I am fascinated by the process of picture-making. I start a painting from my sketchbook, usually from a hastily drawn pencil sketch of something I have witnessed on my walks and travels. In the studio I block in the composition with acrylic paint, building up texture and colour, sometimes with collaged material. I like to paint what I see aro...


    Mig Wyeth

    Find out more about Mig Wyeth

    I’m still inspired by the creative buzz I enjoyed in my 40 years of teaching. Whether out walking, gardening, cycling along the Thames path, visiting friends and family or exploring New York’s Lower East Side, I take my camera, pens and sketchbook. I use my computer as a tool for drawing as well as to experiment with my photos. Cats have been constant companions throughout my life and often feature in my work. Publishing for a wider audience is an exciting new development, contributing anothe...


    Mike Smith

    Find out more about Mike Smith

    I'm a printmaker working through the medium of reduction linoblock. My work is always developed from my own observations around themes usually generated in Yorkshire. I use a ‘reduction’ process employing up to ten different colour printing stages but only one printing block. Printing is undertaken using an ‘Imperial’ letterpress, hand press ...


    Natalie Rymer

    Find out more about Natalie Rymer

    My inspiration comes from my surroundings, living and working on the Ashdown Forest in England. My studio has views across the Forest with its deer, cattle and sheep; scenery which has inspired artists for centuries. The changing seasons have a strong influence on my paintings as blocks of colour, patterns and shapes inviting the viewer to continually explore the landscape.


    Paul Robinson

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    I always feel I work best when I let my imagination run free. On a quest to find new ideas, I regularly venture outside with my sketchbook, although these sketches may not materialise into a painting for many months, or sometimes even years. I try not to make my sketches too detailed so that I am not tempted just to reproduce what I have seen...


    PRE-ORDER 2018 Calendars

    Find out more about PRE-ORDER 2018 Calendars

    To avoid disappointment, please pre-order your  2018 calendar before 31 May, 2017, and we will make sure it is sent to you as soon as it is printed in July/August 2017.

    This may seem early, but we print mainly for the Trade and do not hold much stock for sale on the website, so this is the best way to make sure you receive your copy.


    Rachel Sumner

    Find out more about Rachel Sumner

    I live on the North Devon coast working from a studio built on the back of my house. Never quite comfortable with my fine art training as a painter, I have discovered over the years that the secret of tapping into my creativity is walking and collecting. I love to make something new out of something that has had a previous life. When I want to capture an idea, I gather together a pile of fabric scraps that evoke a colour or mood, fairly quickly cutting and shaping them into my backgroun...


    Rob Barnes

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    I bought a violin in a jumble sale when I was aged fourteen. It soon became a real passion alongside my art work. I divide my time between printmaking, orchestral playing, and trying to keep our two cats away from my studio. Living half a mile from the river Yare in Norfolk, we look out ac...


    Robert Chaplin

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    I studied Graphic Design at Gt. Yarmouth Art College, followed by a career in advertising in London and Europe. Retiring back to Norfolk, I have been able to create my own unique style and technique, enabling my perception to capture scenes in a more graphical mood. The Norfolk Broads, as well as the Norfolk and Suffolk coastline and surrounding landscapes have given me inspiration to develop and produce artwork in a new and exciting mode. All my designs are from hand drawn originals. I wo...


    Sarah Bays

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    I am a printmaker living in Norwich with my husband, two children and our not always well behaved dog. I produce my prints from a small etching press on a tea trolley in an increasingly cluttered corner of my dining room. I find my inspiration in my surroundings: the Norfolk countryside, its wildlife, birds, farm animals and coast. I am often ins...


    Sarah Pye

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    With very little drawing to guide me, I work freely and intuitively, enjoying the excitement of using a pallet knife and heavy body acrylics to give each animal a look and distinctive character all of their own. With nature and photographs as reference - not forgetting a good splash of imagination - my animal personas are not exact representa...


    Stephanie Lambourne

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    My paintings are quirky, light-hearted and colourful, peopled by unreal characters in sometimes strange and simple pursuits. I am inspired by the idea of putting figures into a landscape which instantly starts to suggest a narrative, whether it's the story I intended or another that the viewer decides, it makes no difference as long as it brings a smile.


    Sue Richardson

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    My ‘studio’ is a garden shed with a skylight, in an orchard in Cornwall. I paint big, colourful oil paintings of everyday life, usually of people having a good time which necessitates, of course, being where the good times happen. It means camping and cycling around Cornwall and France visiting markets, cafes and beaches, with an ever-ready sketch book. Working up the sketches to big canvases later in my shed provides many days of enjoyable reminders of people, sounds and smells. Having...


    Susanne Mason

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    I love bold colours and textures - to use them in an expressive, cheerful and decorative way. My acrylic still lifes aim for a serene effect and a dreamlike mood. My inspiration comes from the Norfolk countryside and the changing hues of nature and the seasons. The best ideas pop up when walking with the dogs. My bright studio is high in our atti...


    Tessa Newcomb

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    I’m always out and about making lots of small drawings; capturing incidents and events. Back in the painting room, as I make paintings from them, a story emerges – like writing, really. A title completes the picture. I am very at home collecting my images from Suffolk’s harbours and allotments, but do like to be excited by smartness ... Bond Street shops, Parisian cafés. Drawing gives me a good reason to loiter in these places, taking in the atmosphere, noticing what’s going on. I call ...


    The Australian Collection

    Find out more about The Australian Collection

    As our publishing companies share the same strong ethos of helping practicing artists promote their work, Green Pebble and Art Publishing (Australia) have teamed up to showcase some of their respective artists to a new and appreciative market on the other side of the world.

    In this collection the images are unashamedly Australian; they are full of the personality and humour we love about the Aussies (and naturally hope you do too).

    Our selection of Aust...


    Therese James

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    My paintings come from a harking back to when I lived in a world where I skipped along in my little duffle coat and boots to Saturday morning cinema. Afternoons were spent cockling on the Burry Estuary with Sam the Cairn terrier. I have a strong sense of connection with that child of the 60's. There is a Welsh word 'Hiraeth' - which loosely trans...


    Therese Urbanska

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    As far back as my early childhood, I have had a fascination for making things. From creating cardboard box castles for my toys, to memories of my mother showing me how to draw a horse at the kitchen table, I have been hooked on all things arty and crafty. There was never any question in my mind that I would end up being an artist, although it sti...


    Valeriane Leblond

    Find out more about Valeriane Leblond

    I find inspiration for my paintings on wild walks by the Irish sea and whilst wandering through the hills. I like visiting ruins, especially when it is forbidden. I love folk art, posh tea, farm cats. I also admire country folk, fishermen, housewives, and those who live off the land and the sea; especially their efforts and perseverance. My work, which is onto wooden panels, draws on the traditional Welsh way of life. My art brings me peace and serenity, and I hope it will bring it to you as ...


    Vanessa Lubach

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    I grew up in rural Oxfordshire and always felt compelled to draw. At art school in Brighton I studied illustration but my real love was always painting and printmaking. Observational drawing is the consistent thread that runs through my work. My linocuts are intricate and multi-layered and I hand burnish them with a humble spoon. I now live in Norfolk with my husband, three children, two chickens and a cat, who often appear as subjects in my work.


    Wendy Theobald

    Find out more about Wendy Theobald

    I have lived in the beautiful Suffolk countryside for most of my life, constantly being intrigued and inspired by the variety of fauna and flora around me. As a child I can remember sitting in my Dad’s greenhouse looking closely at the flowers and finding their structure fascinating. The opportunity to study art and design in West Yorkshire continued to develop my love of form, colour, structure and pattern. Now I spend my time walking, observing, taking photos and collecting objects that I t...