Alex Ebdon   Alex’s work is all about capturing the moment. The moment that a glance or expression perfectly describes a person. The moment that nature reveals a second of striking beauty in a landscape. The moment that elements combine and conspire to turn the mundane into the majestic. We live in times of constant change. But the moments that really strike us are ones we commit to memory. They become enduring parts of us, bringing joy to us every time we recall them. Alex’s work is about capturing these and returning the viewer to them with heightened emotion. Alex creates paintings, drawings and prints across a range of media, united by a figurative style that uses a broad colour palette to express the intensity of the moments he seeks to capture. All pieces rely upon first-hand experience, but also use photography extensively in the process to capture the exact moments that really express a person or scene. The beautiful moments in life are gone as quickly as they appear. Alex’s work seeks to find them, hold them, and through this enrich the viewer’s emotional experience of the world we live in.

Alex Ebdon

Alex’s work is all about capturing the moment. The moment that a glance or expression perfectly describes a person. The moment that nature reveals a second of striking beauty in a landscape. The moment that elements combine and conspire to turn the mundane into the majestic. We live in times of constant change. But the moments that really strike us are ones we commit to memory. They become enduring parts of us, bringing joy to us every time we recall them. Alex’s work is about capturing these and returning the viewer to them with heightened emotion. Alex creates paintings, drawings and prints across a range of media, united by a figurative style that uses a broad colour palette to express the intensity of the moments he seeks to capture. All pieces rely upon first-hand experience, but also use photography extensively in the process to capture the exact moments that really express a person or scene. The beautiful moments in life are gone as quickly as they appear. Alex’s work seeks to find them, hold them, and through this enrich the viewer’s emotional experience of the world we live in.

  Anna Ebdon   Anna spent the most part of her career working as a Creative in television, marketing and advertising. In recent years, Anna set up on her own as a business consultant, helping small, creative businesses focus and grow. This allowed her more flexibility to spend time with her lovely family in Ealing, London.  Anna offers a wide range of vintage designs to suit all ages, a selection of which can be personalised with names or carefully chosen book pages, making them really thoughtful and versatile gifts.  Anna says “The thing that makes Lady Ebdon Prints so special, is that not only can you personalise the image or illustration of the print, but the book page can also be tailored to who you are buying for, making the gift totally unique to you. I also mount my prints on gold mount board, which sets of the vintage imagery and just adds that extra sparkle. I just love that extra glitz that you get from gold, it never fails to make me smile. “   

Anna Ebdon

Anna spent the most part of her career working as a Creative in television, marketing and advertising. In recent years, Anna set up on her own as a business consultant, helping small, creative businesses focus and grow. This allowed her more flexibility to spend time with her lovely family in Ealing, London.

Anna offers a wide range of vintage designs to suit all ages, a selection of which can be personalised with names or carefully chosen book pages, making them really thoughtful and versatile gifts.

Anna says “The thing that makes Lady Ebdon Prints so special, is that not only can you personalise the image or illustration of the print, but the book page can also be tailored to who you are buying for, making the gift totally unique to you. I also mount my prints on gold mount board, which sets of the vintage imagery and just adds that extra sparkle. I just love that extra glitz that you get from gold, it never fails to make me smile. “

 

  Anna Dyson   I am an artist based in Kingston Upon Thames in South West London. My works are untitled until you give them a title, whatever they inspire in you be it a helpful tool for your spiritual journey, memories of a loved one or a favorite place - the choice is yours. I gain pleasure in the different ways people of all ages react to my work and the way they see things in my paintings that are important to them.  I work in a spontaneous style and find that this is a creative outlet for me to express myself which is something I have some difficulty with due to having Dyslexia, Dyspraxia and ADHD,and painting has now become a positive and important part of my day to day life.   I work in the style of Neo- Automatism, I use colour to guide form not vice versa.

Anna Dyson

I am an artist based in Kingston Upon Thames in South West London.
My works are untitled until you give them a title, whatever they inspire in you be it a helpful tool for your spiritual journey, memories of a loved one or a favorite place - the choice is yours. I gain pleasure in the different ways people of all ages react to my work and the way they see things in my paintings that are important to them.

I work in a spontaneous style and find that this is a creative outlet for me to express myself which is something I have some difficulty with due to having Dyslexia, Dyspraxia and ADHD,and painting has now become a positive and important part of my day to day life. 

I work in the style of Neo- Automatism, I use colour to guide form not vice versa.

 
  David Wiseman   David Wiseman has been painting for over 40 years since leaving the Royal College of Art in 1975 mostly spent in his garden studio close to the local rivers, woodland and canal he loves and that inspire his work.     The works on canvas are made in the studio and I also work directly from the landscape with a variety of mixed media on smaller works on paper and canvas . My painting is inspired by particular landscape places or events using drawings, photographs and memory. Although spending a lot of time in Devon and the south coast I am equally inspired by local rivers and parklands close to my Ealing home.  When painting outside I try to convey the feeling of being part of the landscape.  I have been a keen runner for many years and most of my running is done along the riverside and canal that inspires much of my painting. This allows me to be absorbed by the landscape as I pass through it rather than seeing it as a picture postcard cut out image. I also want to instill this feeling of constant change and movement in my paintings.  They are begun in a loose, freely drawn calligraphic way using a series of marks, stains and shapes made with a wide variety of brushes, roller, scraper, sponge, etc.  The final image is slowly extracted in a playful, organic way using overlaid marks and glazes to express qualities of nature such as mood, light, colour, movement, atmosphere, space etc. I am attempting to find equivalents for the landscape in the physical qualities of paint, in order to express a feeling of flux in nature. I want the paintings to be intriguing, tantalising and ambiguous held between the plastic qualities of the paint and all the celebratory  magical illusions and evocations of the depiction of nature. 

David Wiseman

David Wiseman has been painting for over 40 years since leaving the Royal College of Art in 1975 mostly spent in his garden studio close to the local rivers, woodland and canal he loves and that inspire his work.  

 The works on canvas are made in the studio and I also work directly from the landscape with a variety of mixed media on smaller works on paper and canvas . My painting is inspired by particular landscape places or events using drawings, photographs and memory. Although spending a lot of time in Devon and the south coast I am equally inspired by local rivers and parklands close to my Ealing home.  When painting outside I try to convey the feeling of being part of the landscape.  I have been a keen runner for many years and most of my running is done along the riverside and canal that inspires much of my painting. This allows me to be absorbed by the landscape as I pass through it rather than seeing it as a picture postcard cut out image. I also want to instill this feeling of constant change and movement in my paintings.  They are begun in a loose, freely drawn calligraphic way using a series of marks, stains and shapes made with a wide variety of brushes, roller, scraper, sponge, etc.  The final image is slowly extracted in a playful, organic way using overlaid marks and glazes to express qualities of nature such as mood, light, colour, movement, atmosphere, space etc. I am attempting to find equivalents for the landscape in the physical qualities of paint, in order to express a feeling of flux in nature. I want the paintings to be intriguing, tantalising and ambiguous held between the plastic qualities of the paint and all the celebratory  magical illusions and evocations of the depiction of nature. 

  Jessica Rose   I work as a painter in both watercolours and oils; I also make hand pulled original prints using linocut and etching.  Cats are a bit of an obsession and they crop up in a lot of my work (particularly my tortoiseshell moggie, Bramble, who is a handy model when she isn’t trying to walk all over my paintings).  I have exhibited with the Society of Women Artists at the Mall Galleries in London and the Royal Birmingham Society of Artists. I have undertaken many commissions, including one for the stately home Syon House (my paintings of which have been developed into a greetings card range for the attraction’s gift shop).

Jessica Rose

I work as a painter in both watercolours and oils; I also make hand pulled original prints using linocut and etching.

Cats are a bit of an obsession and they crop up in a lot of my work (particularly my tortoiseshell moggie, Bramble, who is a handy model when she isn’t trying to walk all over my paintings).

I have exhibited with the Society of Women Artists at the Mall Galleries in London and the Royal Birmingham Society of Artists. I have undertaken many commissions, including one for the stately home Syon House (my paintings of which have been developed into a greetings card range for the attraction’s gift shop).

  Karun Soni   London has a new professional artist who is bursting onto the scene with his ‘Dotty’ Art. Karun Soni’s artwork is centred around a kind of Pointillism, with bright colour and heavy brush strokes which create magical effects desirable to many here in London and as far as Dubai. He has had clients commissioning him for painting, graphic design and illustration over the last 7 years.

Karun Soni

London has a new professional artist who is bursting onto the scene with his ‘Dotty’ Art. Karun Soni’s artwork is centred around a kind of Pointillism, with bright colour and heavy brush strokes which create magical effects desirable to many here in London and as far as Dubai. He has had clients commissioning him for painting, graphic design and illustration over the last 7 years.

 
  Natasha Gupta   Taught by the talented Fine Artist, Jessica Rose (also one of the featured artists!). I love the nature of watercolours and find painting immensely satisfying.  Having experimented with  different mediums I love watercolours the most, but also the most challenging! I hope to study different subjects in the future including more architecture, glass and portraiture. I would say my style of painting is subtle and delicate, I especially enjoy fine detailing.

Natasha Gupta

Taught by the talented Fine Artist, Jessica Rose (also one of the featured artists!). I love the nature of watercolours and find painting immensely satisfying.  Having experimented with  different mediums I love watercolours the most, but also the most challenging! I hope to study different subjects in the future including more architecture, glass and portraiture. I would say my style of painting is subtle and delicate, I especially enjoy fine detailing.

 
  Yasi   I come from a creative background, my mother is an artist and I was a photographic stylist in London. I always loved Celtic, medieval and art nouveau imagery, my work having some of these strong influences. There tends to be two distinctive styles to my work- wild, floral landscapes and strong textured metallic pieces, with a flavour of the past. I thoroughly enjoy painting, I find it both exciting and relaxing. Each piece has its own journey, which is often challenging yet exhilarating when it's finished.

Yasi

I come from a creative background, my mother is an artist and I was a photographic stylist in London. I always loved Celtic, medieval and art nouveau imagery, my work having some of these strong influences. There tends to be two distinctive styles to my work- wild, floral landscapes and strong textured metallic pieces, with a flavour of the past. I thoroughly enjoy painting, I find it both exciting and relaxing. Each piece has its own journey, which is often challenging yet exhilarating when it's finished.

 
  Anisha   I am an artist and poet based just outside of London in the UK. I have a background in Graphic Design but my excitement and love has always been in fine art. I have been painting since I was a little girl as well as writing poetry and I have a passion for all things creative. Painting is silent poetry and poetry is art that speaks. They are different forms of the same expression but both of them have been my way of showing a little piece of me.  My preferred style is abstract and I generally work with acrylics. The paint dripping down the canvas can be just as powerful as a brushstroke when telling a story.  My inspiration comes from appreciating the human form and shapes that the body can make.

Anisha

I am an artist and poet based just outside of London in the UK. I have a background in Graphic Design but my excitement and love has always been in fine art. I have been painting since I was a little girl as well as writing poetry and I have a passion for all things creative. Painting is silent poetry and poetry is art that speaks. They are different forms of the same expression but both of them have been my way of showing a little piece of me.

My preferred style is abstract and I generally work with acrylics. The paint dripping down the canvas can be just as powerful as a brushstroke when telling a story.

My inspiration comes from appreciating the human form and shapes that the body can make.