Singing Soul Gallery featured Artists
About Brenda Harthill PrintsBorn in London, England, Brenda Hartill emigrated to New Zealand with her parents in the late 1950’s, and was educated there, graduating FA honours at the Elam School of Fine Art Auckland. She returned to London in the late 1960’s to study at the Central School of Art and Design, specialising in Theatrical Design. She then worked as a freelance designer in UK theatre, including the West End, and the National Theatre. In the early eighties, she turned towards printmaking and has successfully published her own prints since. She is a member of the Royal Society of Painter Printmakers, the Rye Society of Artists, and Pure Arts Group. Please contact the gallery for available work by this artist
Website for Brenda Harthill Prints
Email for Brenda Harthill Prints
Charles has had a long and varied career, which started with art training at the Byam Shaw School in Notting Hill Gate (now attached to Central St Martins). Here he did a Foundation Year and later moved on to study Graphic Art at Camberwell, which suited him because he is an upside down left hander and the technique involved in graphics this mattered less than spattering paintings Please contact the gallery for available work by this artist
Helen Rondell graduated from Staffordshire University in 1995 with a BA (Hons) in ceramics. Shortly afterwards she set up a studio in her hometown of Nottingham and successfully sold pieces through a number of local galleries and craft centres. She relocated to Southwest London in early 1997 and sold work through a healthy number of outlets all over the United Kingdom in addition to ceramic, craft and trade fairs. Helen’s work is held in private collections in the USA, Canada, China and all over Europe. She currently lives in West Kent with her husband, son and twin daughters. Please contact the gallery for available work by this artist
Clare Wakefield works on the Kent coast and her environment and love of the sea is clearly reflected in her ceramics. To inspire her for the day ahead, whatever season, she often has an early morning sea swim. Clare delves into a combination of themes from nature and our world. She is drawn to water and exploring coastlines, and has to be in or on the water wherever she visits. One of her most memorable travels was to the dramatic coastlines of New Zealand. Flowing lines evoke thoughts of ever moving oceans. Further elements remind us of the creatures that call the seas their home. Birth, regeneration and the bond between mother and child are recurring themes. Please contact the gallery for available work by this artist
Art in Clay Hatfield House
Art in Clay Hatfield House
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