Contact No: 01227 750548
The Purifier Building is located through Morrisons carpark towards the Creek.
Works by Linda Thomas, Vivien Evers, Jennie McBride, Trudy Green, Jane Carle and Gill Rankine from realism to expressionism.
Linda uses the principle of four colour printing in much of her art! She worked in oils in early days but now uses many different media including Thai silk and pastels but still uses this principle in most of her work. She layers colours when using watercolours and mixes just those four primary colours as she paints in oil and acrylic so that she gets exactly the colour she wants! Linda loves light and colour and is happy to be recognised as having bright colourful work. She is happy to work on commissions for portraiture.
Vivien paints mainly still life and landscape often incorporating collage. She exhibits annually with The Pilgrims Way artists in Lenham at their May exhibition.
Jennie McBride is a self taught artist who took up drawing and painting on her retirement
She is known for her intricate work on boxed miniatures and abstract landscapes using egg shells, modelling paste and acrylics but she also likes to paint watercolours and experiment with all the different mediums.
Trudy Green BA ( Hons) Fashion Textile Design. Brighton.
I originally studied printed textile design, which has helped me to develop my print making in linocuts.
I have recently started painting in acrylics to express myself more freely in colour and movement.
My inspiration is always nature, especially water, it’s reflection and how to capture in colour, the different moods it evokes.
Jane paints commissioned pet portraits in oils, but also flowers, land and seascapes in oil, acrylic and Thai Silk. She is a member of the Faversham Art Society. She has exhibited at the Guildhall, Creek Creative and the Fleur de Lis in the town, also at York St. Gallery, Ramsgate and Bagham Barn, Chilham.
Gill has been member of the Faversham Art Society for about 14 years and has exhibited with them many times.
She has also exhibited at the Fleur Gallery, at Bagham Barn, with Whitstable Art Society and with three Sittingbourne groups.
She paints in Oils, Acrylic, Watercolour, Pen and Wash, Pastel and Thai Silk Paper using different subjects as inspiration but mostly local views.