Kingston Market – English Street Scene – Watercolour Painting by Contemporary Artist Peter Fodor

Kingston Market – English Street Scene – Watercolour Painting by Contemporary Artist Peter Fodor

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Artist: Peter Fodor

Artist: Peter Fodor

Kingston on Thames Market - English Street Scene - Watercolour Painting by Contemporary Artist Peter Fodor

Image Size: 11.4″ x 15.35″
Art Medium: Watercolour
Original Painting
Limited Edition Prints available
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Peter Fodor

Portraiture, Cityscapes, Landscapes and Coastal in Oil and Watercolour

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Email: pfodor78@yahoo.com

Website: peterfodor.art

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About The Artist

Peter was born and grew up in Budapest and although he was interested in drawing from an early age (inspired by his grandad), he pursued a career in sports. He went on to become a physical education teacher following in his parents’ footsteps.

Alongside his teaching career, Peter trained as a boxer and came second in the National Hungarian Boxing Championship. Although he never completely moved away from art, he only become passionate about painting in recent years.

He became interested in a variety of subjects including city and landscapes as well as portraiture. He enjoyed experimenting with oil and became fascinated by the reflection of light from wet surfaces expressed by minimal, often bald mark making. His portraiture is characterised by his subjects emerging from dark backgrounds.

Motivated by his travels, he became interested in watercolour, initially inspired purely by lack of working space. Peter became charmed by British landscapes and coastal towns. Through his paintings, he attempts to convey the atmosphere of a scene with simple mark making.

Boats on the Beach - Watercolour Painting For Sale - Contemporary Coastal Artist Peter Fodor

Boats on the Beach - Watercolour Painting For Sale - Contemporary Coastal Artist Peter Fodor

Exhibitions / Art Groups

Where Dark Meets Light Exhibition - The cornerHOUSE Community Arts Centre, Surbiton October - November 2021

Peter is not currently a member of a Surbiton Art Group or Art Society.

Spring on Dartmoor – Acrylic Painting by Kent Artist Sally Banks

Spring on Dartmoor – Acrylic Painting by Kent Artist Sally Banks

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Artist: Sally Banks

Artist: Sally Banks

Spring on Dartmoor - Acrylic Painting by Kent Artist Sally Banks
Image Size: 50cm x 50cm (depth 3.8cm)
Art Medium: Acrylic on Stretched Canvas
Original Painting: For Sale
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Sally Banks

Figurative, Landscapes, Floral and Portraiture in Acrylic and Watercolour

Phone: 077061 44544

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Email: sallybanksart@gmail.com

Instagram: @artworksbysallybanks

About The Artist

The roots of my creativity are in Africa. The people, the vegetation and multifaceted landscapes of Zimbabwe were to me vividly bright and beautiful.

I moved to the UK in 2003, with one year away (2003-2004), accepting a visiting student opportunity in Jerusalem, Israel. I was based in Wimbledon up until 2009 and then moved to Surrey and now live in Kent. I have relished the cultural richness that is here and the beauty of the English countryside.

I look back at my mentors with gratitude. Beginning at primary boarding school, I remember with thanks the artist and teacher, Jean Peterson, who started an art club. My very first exhibition entry was done through her. From then on I thought of myself as an artist.

Trevi Fountain Rome Fine Art Prints
Estelle Byrne was my inspiring and gifted art teacher at secondary school. I notice on the Queen Elizabeth School Facebook page, she is often mentioned with affection. Her classes were the highlight of my week.

I mostly work in acrylic and watercolour. When I work from nature I prefer close up views, making the play of light the main ingredient. I am aware that I am drawing inspiration from my own story behind the subject, the ongoing script of everything observed.

I love the human form and face. I look for subtle expressions that reveal personality, the story behind the eyes.

St Georges Hill Weybridge Landscape Painting Commissioned

Awards / Exhibitions / Career

I studied at the School of Art at the Bulawayo Technical College. Under Adele Walters I discovered and developed my strength in life drawing and received the college’s Fine Art Award (1969). That same year, a class outing to the park to paint outdoors initiated my love for watercolours.

I went on to a long career in Harare, mostly within the textile industry. I took on painting commissions, sold my work through commissions, solo and joint exhibitions and in small local galleries. It’s a lovely thought that my work is all over the world in people’s homes.

In Zimbabwe I worked only in watercolour, and my subjects were predominately floral and landscape (see Bush Sunrise). Here in the UK, I have taken on private commissions and I have sold work at the Corner Gallery, Carlshalton (see Hydrangea Profusion) and through the studio of Jane Silk, the ceramicist (see Ornamental Orange Tree and Higginson Park).

I am exhibiting at Sixteen Gallery, Cheltenham in March 2022.

I’ve had exciting experiences as a mature student. I lived in Sweden for four years to study (BA European History) and during that time took 3 courses in Western Humanities under Dr. Torbjorn Aaronson, PhD Political Science, Uppsala (2002). As a visiting student for one year, I studied Jewish Art in Late Antiquity at the Hebrew University, Rothberg School, under Professor Lee I. Levine (2003-2004). I now live in Kent.

Pond Reflections – Trees – Natural World Landscape Artist Sally Banks

Pond Reflections – Trees – Natural World Landscape Artist Sally Banks

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Artist: Sally Banks

Artist: Sally Banks

Pond Reflections - Trees - Natural World Landscape Artist Sally Banks

Pond Reflections

Original Artwork

Image Size: 24″ x 18″ Depth 3/4″
Art Medium: Acrylic on Stretched Canvas
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Sally Banks

Figurative, Landscapes, Floral and Portraiture in Acrylic and Watercolour

Phone: 077061 44544

Please mention the Surrey Artists website

Email: sallybanksart@gmail.com

Instagram: @artworksbysallybanks

About The Artist

The roots of my creativity are in Africa. The people, the vegetation and multifaceted landscapes of Zimbabwe were to me vividly bright and beautiful.

I moved to the UK in 2003, with one year away (2003-2004), accepting a visiting student opportunity in Jerusalem, Israel. I was based in Wimbledon up until 2009 and then moved to Surrey and now live in Kent. I have relished the cultural richness that is here and the beauty of the English countryside.

I look back at my mentors with gratitude. Beginning at primary boarding school, I remember with thanks the artist and teacher, Jean Peterson, who started an art club. My very first exhibition entry was done through her. From then on I thought of myself as an artist.

Trevi Fountain Rome Fine Art Prints
Estelle Byrne was my inspiring and gifted art teacher at secondary school. I notice on the Queen Elizabeth School Facebook page, she is often mentioned with affection. Her classes were the highlight of my week.

I mostly work in acrylic and watercolour. When I work from nature I prefer close up views, making the play of light the main ingredient. I am aware that I am drawing inspiration from my own story behind the subject, the ongoing script of everything observed.

I love the human form and face. I look for subtle expressions that reveal personality, the story behind the eyes.

St Georges Hill Weybridge Landscape Painting Commissioned

Awards / Exhibitions / Career

I studied at the School of Art at the Bulawayo Technical College. Under Adele Walters I discovered and developed my strength in life drawing and received the college’s Fine Art Award (1969). That same year, a class outing to the park to paint outdoors initiated my love for watercolours.

I went on to a long career in Harare, mostly within the textile industry. I took on painting commissions, sold my work through commissions, solo and joint exhibitions and in small local galleries. It’s a lovely thought that my work is all over the world in people’s homes.

In Zimbabwe I worked only in watercolour, and my subjects were predominately floral and landscape (see Bush Sunrise). Here in the UK, I have taken on private commissions and I have sold work at the Corner Gallery, Carlshalton (see Hydrangea Profusion) and through the studio of Jane Silk, the ceramicist (see Ornamental Orange Tree and Higginson Park).

I am exhibiting at Sixteen Gallery, Cheltenham in March 2022.

I’ve had exciting experiences as a mature student. I lived in Sweden for four years to study (BA European History) and during that time took 3 courses in Western Humanities under Dr. Torbjorn Aaronson, PhD Political Science, Uppsala (2002). As a visiting student for one year, I studied Jewish Art in Late Antiquity at the Hebrew University, Rothberg School, under Professor Lee I. Levine (2003-2004). I now live in Kent.

River Thames at Chertsey – Winter Sunset – Calm Waters – New Haw Weybridge Landscape Artist Sally Anne Wake Jones

River Thames at Chertsey – Winter Sunset – Calm Waters – New Haw Weybridge Landscape Artist Sally Anne Wake Jones

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Artist: Sally Anne Wake Jones

Artist: Sally Anne Wake Jones

River Thames at Chertsey - Winter Sunset - Calm Waters - New Haw Weybridge Landscape Artist Sally Anne Wake Jones
Image Size: 60cm x 50cm
Art Medium: Acrylic on Box Canvas
Original Painting Price: £750

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Sally Anne Wake Jones

New Haw, Weybridge

Contemporary Artist working in a variety of media: oil, acrylic, pastel and offering a wide range of subjects, including landscape and pet portraits.

Phone: 07471 108235

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Email: sallyannewakejones@hotmail.com

Website: sallyannewakejones.co.uk

Facebook: @sallyannewakejonesartist

Instagram: @sallyannewakejones_artist

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About The Artist

I am a landscape artist based in New Haw, Weybridge, Surrey.

I have always had a passion for painting and gained a Diploma in Art at a London University College of Education.

For many years, I have divided my time between my art, my teaching and our family publishing business, Guinea Pig Education, which sells educational material around the world.

Sally Anne Wake Jones - New Haw Weybridge Artist painting en plein air

Sally Anne Wake Jones - New Haw, Weybridge Artist Landscape Painting En Plein Air

My recent acrylic paintings tell stories inspired by my dog walks. I love to connect with nature. I immerse myself in the fabric of a place - the changing seasons, the cloud formations, the cycle of life and decay - keeping a visual notebook. I set out to capture these impressions, painting large spontaneous statements.

Where possible, I like to work on canvases, en plein air and with my husband, Peter, we have created a unique collection of paintings, portraying the historic parkland of Windsor Great Park, in varying moods throughout the seasons.

We frequently visit the South of France and the intense light of that region has influenced my bold use of colour and the scintillating light effects seen in my work.

Bluebells - Cucknell's Wood Shamley Green near Guildford Surrey - Landscape Artist Sally Anne Wake Jones
Horses - Equine Family Bond - Oil Painting - New Haw Weybridge Animal Artist Sally Anne Wake Jones
Chobham Common Surrey - Autumn Tints - New Haw Weybridge Landscape Artist Sally Anne Wake Jones

Exhibitions

Solo Exhibition at the Century Gallery, Henley on Thames, 1997-1998

Paintings featured in R.E.G.A.R.Ds, Paris in 2009, 2010 and 2012

Summer Exhibition, 2019 at La Galleria, Pall Mall, London

Creates Gallery, Monmouth, Emerging Artist Finalist, 2020 and 2021

Solo Exhibition at Cumberland Lodge, Windsor Great Park, 2020

Recently featured in Community Life, Runnymede.

Bridge at Arles – River Rhône South of France – Fellow of the Chartered Society of Designers – Artist Richard Waldron Oil Painting –

Bridge at Arles – River Rhône South of France – Fellow of the Chartered Society of Designers – Artist Richard Waldron Oil Painting –

Art, Painting Commissions and Prints from Surrey Artists

Artist: Richard Waldron FCSD FISTD

Artist: Richard Waldron FCSD FISTD

Bridge at Arles - River Rhône South of France - Fellow of the Chartered Society of Designers - Artist Richard Waldron Oil Painting -

Image Size: 40cm x 50cm
Art Medium: Oil on Board painted en plein air
Original Painting: Not Available
Limited Edition Giclée Prints: £650 Framed

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Richard Waldron FCSD FISTD

Biggin Hill near Tatsfield, Kent

Award-Winning Artist and Tutor

Landscape, Portrait, Still Life, mostly in a "post-impresssionist" style

Phone: 07710 392758

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Email: RichardWaldron39@gmail.com

Website: richardwaldron-art.com

About The Artist

For most of my life I lived in Surrey. I loved painting from a young age (see oil painting, aged 8 below).

I studied at Croydon College of Art from1960-63 and then worked as a graphic designer until 2007, giving one day a week to teaching in Colleges of Art; Hull, Norwich, Epsom, Croydon and Reigate.

I taught drawing and painting to adults at Ruxley Lane, Epsom and also practiced as a portrait photographer. In 2009, I concentrated on fine art, photography and teaching.

I was a member of the Dorking Art Group and I also still tutor a group in Caterham, where I was born. Now I have moved to Biggin Hill in Kent, just a few yards from Tatsfield.

I paint landscape, portrait, still life; telling a story or expressing an emotion, emphasising light, tone and colour.

I work in a varied style, but mostly "post-impresssionist", or "academic" rendering.

I work both in my studio or 'en plein air'.

Decanter and Glasses - Aspiring Artist Richard Waldron Aged 8

Artwork by the talented Richard, Aged 8!

Awards

  • Won Best Professional Still Life in SAA Artists of the Year 2020
  • Bronze Frame in the ArtisTTable still life competition "Be Still"
  • Awarded Certificate of Excellence by ArtaVita for their annual competition and invited to hang work in New York
  • Shortlisted for the Pastel Society exhibition in the Mall Galleries
  • Won a Special Recognition Award for the 10th Annual Landscapes Online" in 2020

Art Tutor

Some are born with a natural talent, (for instance Picasso could draw beautifully at age 7); that applies in all walks of life. However, drawing and painting is often not well taught! My structured methods can bring out the best in any budding artist.

Portraits

Examples of portraits are included in my portfolio on this Surrey Artists website. If you are interested in having a portrait painted, please contact me with your commission enquiry.

Media

Acrylics, Acrylic Inks, Coloured Pencil, Drawing, Gouache, Mixed Media, Oils, Oil Pastel, Pastels, Pencil/Charcoal, Pen & Ink, Pen & Wash, Watercolour, Watercolour Pencil, Water Soluble Pastels

Art Groups / Exhibitions

Ex-Member Dorking Group of Artists.
Current Member Bromley Art Society
Member of The Worshipful Company of Painter Stainers Arts and Crafts Group (Freeman of the City)

SAA Artists
Fellow of the Chartered Society of Designers
Fellow of the International Society of Typographic Designers

Galleries

Otters Pool Gallery
Denbies Wine Estate
Betchworth Hall
Painters’ Hall
Guildhall Art Gallery
Saatchi Art