5 Ethelbert Road, Canterbury

CT1 3ND

Canterbury, Kent

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The Artists

Clive Soord

Objects and works that awaken the inner childs’ curiosity, allowing story- telling and invention for our pre-defined society

Lindsay West

The Magical Circus – Re-invention

Richard Dwyer

My work is broadly figurative and attempts to find something 'other' in the common or garden of the everyday whether that is a room, an object or a person. A shadow or piece of crockery can be symbolic of something unknown. This is what interests me

Glyn Brawn

Fine English Leadwork

Ben Kidger

My work concerns it’s self with getting a sense of weightlessness through a fragile illusion of drapery within the medium of stone, one quite fragile in itself

Scarlet Isherwood

"Willow"
This piece is representative of the first imagery that the western world had after finding out Japan's best kept secrets.

Evon Setters

Paintings, Drawings and Prints in mixed media

Julien Hatswell

Painter, sculptor and mold maker specialising in cold cast metal reproductions of my designs and other sculptors editions

Adam Collins

Covering subjects encompassing the whimsical to the meaningful in a broad range of media

Mark Howland

Plein air oil sketches from local travels and abroad; places imagined and real

Leo Keleman

When I have enough spare time, this is one way I like to use my creativity
My pictures are mixed and sometimes controversial.

Lynne Spalding

Practical food inspired ceramics

Simon Stamatiou

Texture, colour and space. Thrown forms in ceramic

Clara Johanssen

I am a self-taught naive painter based in Canterbury. My work features vibrantly colourful scenes full of playful, fantastical details

Laura Mars

"Among The Proteas"
I use the relationship with colour and texture as a vehicle to communicate
my vivid imagination, a kaleidoscope of fantasy.

Richard James Blyth

A fondness for sparse landscapes and transportive music

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