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Tracy-Ann Marrison

Contemporary abstract paintings. Modern canvas art. Colourful still life paintings. Expressive abstract figurative artwork.

370 works | member for 7 Years

Sheila Marlborough

I paint semi-abstract landscapes and still life in acrylics or mixed media.on canvas. Colour, texture and shapes are my main interest.

72 works | member for 6 Years


Heraldic Artist and Calligrapher, painting heraldic arms in colour or in black and white (ie ones registered with an appropriate heraldic authority) I also take commissions for handpainted illuminated initial letters on watercolour or silk fibre paper for custom gifts. and sell my own ranges of 6 x 6"printed heraldic animal cards and 6 x 4" calligraphy message cards. I am happy to discuss any enquiries for possible commissions from anyone interested in any aspect of my work.

104 works | member for 3 Years

leyla murr

colourfull abstract paintings, human figures and seascapes - versatile artist

70 works | member for 10 Years

Paul Maguire

Abstract, surreal, experimental.

51 works | member for 8 Years

Pamela McMahon

Scottish artist working in acrylics and mixed media

88 works | member for 2 Years

Mark McLaughlin

House portraits, contemporary watercolour and oil paintings

148 works | member for 8 Years

Maria McCabe

Paintings in oils, watercolours and mixed media. Drawings in coloured pencils and graphite. Some digital art also on display.

24 works | member for 8 Years

One Handy Witch

Fractal Art, Digital Art, Illustration Photo Manipulation

309 works | member for 6 Months

Peter Marlborough

Primarily an oil painter of landscapes, painted mostly from observations and memories.

23 works | member for 1 Year

Delcia McNeil

I am a mixed media painting and digital artist creating abstract images with metaphysical themes.

3 works | member for 1 Month

Belinda Moore


52 works | member for 1 Year


Landscape and Seascape Artist

32 works | member for 1 Year

Alison Meek

I love using saturated colours or simple black and white: colour conveys emotions, reactions, tensions, moments in time that are experienced but not seen. Using line for life drawing lets me practice optimum co-ordination between eye and hand, free from thought expressed in words, allowing for a universal language.

67 works | member for 4 Years

rachel mcnaughton

watercolour and pastel paintings of flowers and landscapes

71 works | member for 10 Years