Galleries of paintings in watercolour, oils, pastel and acrylics – browse this art gallery for a selection of paintings by art group members…
Maggie Albon Maggie’s Gallery
As a beginner I find this group very friendly and helpful and the meetings very enjoyable. I mainly use watercolour.
Richard Albon Richard’s Gallery
I am very much a beginner, not having touched a paint brush since Infants School! I am trying and learning and enjoying.
Les Andrews Les’ Gallery
I am a self taught artist. My work is mainly acrylic and pastel. I prefer to paint portraits of animals and people. I have an artistic family background which inspired me to paint.
Ivy Bourne Ivy’s Gallery
Irene Briscoe Irene’s Gallery
I have always been interested in art, having a career in Architecture and Interior Design. My greatest delight is to draw on holiday – a pictorial diary – and develop my sketches into paintings later using watercolour, pastel, acrylic or oil, using photos for more detail.
Watercolour is my favourite medium and I enjoy painting landscapes in all their moods, mostly from my own photographs. Recently I have brought people into my pictures to bring the focus of the scene nearer to the viewer. In even greater close up, I like to paint flowers.
Karen Cardy Karen’ Gallery
I recently joined WHAG and am enjoying painting with watercolour and acrylics.
I enjoy Art. I partake in Yoga, Walking and Gardening. I love drawing!
Roger S Clark Roger’s Gallery
Vibrant landscapes, townscapes, seascapes and wildlife in acrylics & watercolour; I aim to engage the viewer in my paintings and to convey a strong sense of mood or action through the lively use of colour.
I like to paint in watercolour and acrylic, mainly landscapes and seascapes.
I am new to the group. I like acrylic painting and sketching. Still experimenting.
I like acrylic painting but am still learning skills in a variety of media.
Terry Douglass Terry’s Gallery
Returning back to art since school days I am finding acrylic suits me best but I am improving in watercolour. I use palette knife and brush and like fluorescent colours mainly painting from photos although I have used still images from a movie quite successfully.
Jo Henry Jo’s Gallery
I love colour, painting big and bold, abstract subjects in acrylic.
Martine Heasmer Martine’s Gallery
I use acrylic, watercolour pencils & pastels in conjunction with brushes & sponges. Methods: vary from prelim sketches to photos. Subjects: landscape, seascape, still lifes and botanical. Genres: mundane and surrealist.
At the moment I am learning to draw again. I am hoping to diversify into watercolour and pastels as I progress.
A very new convert to painting, I use watercolour and am still developing my techniques. So far I have specialised in scenery and plant life.
Stephen Hillier Steve’s Gallery
I first seriously started painting when I took lessons with Liz Moon, the Cambridge artist, in 1991. I joined WHAG in 2012 where I have received a number of friendly critiques of my work. I like working in watercolour and soft pastel but recent tutorials have encouraged me to try acrylic. I also use charcoal and tinted charcoal. I prefer landscape scenes, they stand still long enough for me to complete.
I have recently bee doing a number of paintings in process colours (CMYK) and have given some tutorials and demonstrations using these colours.
Norma Jennings Norma’s Gallery
My traditional style oil paintings are mostly of flowers and still life, plus some landscapes and waterscapes. My latest pictures are more experimental, both with paint (Acrylic, Gouache, Pastel) and in style (with abstract forms).
Brian Kelleher Brian’s Gallery
My preferred media are soft and oil pastels although I normally teach in Acrylic. Currently I am experimenting with mixed media.
John Long John’s Gallery
My favourite subjects are watercolouring seascapes and landscapes, usually executed as line and wash, with little detailing and bold application.