I am an illustrator specialising in storytelling and folklore themes What I do I work for the History press and individual storytellers to make visible and bring to life characters and themes from the rich oral tradition of both this country and places further afield What inspires me I am inspired by stories and the way they speak to our hearts as well as our experience of the world. also the natural (and the supernatural) world I inhabit and which also inhabits me Why I do it I have a wish to show others what I can see when I close my eyes and listenRead More →

Water colour, oil and wire work. After a successful few years of painting animals I have recently been specialising in human portraiture. I took part in a portrait swap for the Virtual Art Studio which was great fun see more here  Virtual Art Studio For this year’s Art Trail I will be making a series of wire birds of various sizes. I am happy to accept commissions to paint animals or people. Contact me on the email address below. Jennytyler1@hotmail.co.uk Jennytylerartist.com 07971254406 f.Jenny Tyler ArtistRead More →

I paint in oils, acrylics and mixed media.  I also teach drawing and painting, and my purpose is to help people find their own creatiVibrant, colourful paintings in oils and mixed media. densemwinter@gmail.com www.sandydensem.co 01952 876417 07801413757 f.Sandy Densem Winter                                                                   Read More →

Coming from a fashion and textiles background I love colour and pattern. Cutting lino, building up layers, seeing what is evolving, it’s mostly planned, but with some lovely surprises along the way. By hand burnishing no two prints come out the same. I have a studio/gallery down at Maws. Linocut printmaking. email hazelbmcn@gmail.com web hazelmcnab.com mob 07791190171 facebook Hazel McNab Art instagram hazelmcn BA Fashion & Textiles St Martins MA Fashion & Textiles University of Central England see the story of ‘Pheasantries’ here hazelmcnab bearRead More →

  I moved to Madeley 20 Years ago and was immediately struck by the wealth of living history all around us. The gorge is full of fascinating glimpses of our industrial heritage which is the main focus of my work. I love wandering around the local Museums and trying to capture a glimpse of a world that is rapidly disappearing.   I mainly work in monotones ink with a traditional dip pen or graphite with the occasional dabble into livelier coloured acrylics. I have had work displayed at Weston Park Gallery, Bear steps Gallery Shrewsbury, and locally and I split my time between trying to captureRead More →