1 to 15 of 26 results for artists alphabetical: j

thomas-john jarratt

Representational, angst-free, picture making.

172 works | member for 10 Years

Julian F Jones

BA Hons (Fine Art) University of Newcastle-upon-Tyne Higher Diploma, Slade School, UCL.

212 works | member for 2 Years

Pauline Jordan

Contemporary Mixed Media Paintings. Imaginative, colourful and textured,

19 works | member for 5 Months

Russell Jakubowski

Fine artist producing high quality sculpture. One off pieces, both free standing and wall mounted. Also drawings and limited edition digital prints.

72 works | member for 3 Years

Ulrika Jarl

lighting & homewares

56 works | member for 10 Years

John Jacques

Furniture Designer/Maker

163 works | member for 5 Years

Andrew p Jones

love drawing in ink using fine detail and lots of imagination. love using all mediums as well. do use colours prefer black and white, shows more detail.

22 works | member for 4 Weeks

Paul Johnson


24 works | member for 5 Years

colin ross jack

oils/acrylic/pastel, mostly representational

235 works | member for 9 Years

Antoinette Jackson


29 works | member for 6 Years

Tracy Jolly

UNIQUE Contemporary Original FLORAL and SEASCAPE paintings on canvas. Highly textured. The flowers jump off the canvas! Commissions welcome. POPPIES ROSES SEASCAPES www.tracyjolly.co.uk

266 works | member for 8 Years

Wendy Jacob

Paintings inspired by landscape in gouache.

70 works | member for 3 Years

David Jones

Painter, sculptor

91 works | member for 6 Years

Barry Idris Jackson

painting, drawing, printmaking

173 works | member for 8 Years


ALEXANDRA JACOBS B.A.(Hons.)Fine Art I would describe myself as a colourist painter. I love the changing light on the landscape. My favourite time of the day is that magical moment at last light when everything appears to intensify and stand still. My interior spaces are about places we inhabit and our half forgotten memories of being there. These are the most abstract and lyrical of my works, they are often prompted by everyday objects. The absent figure in the painting is the viewer who brings their own interpretation to the painting.

24 works | member for 2 Years