Winchester Art Club
Arti Chauhan is a fine artist with a special interest in portraiture and figurative work. She is self taught and works in various media such as watercolor, graphite pencil, charcoal and soft pastels.
Carol Parsons has been an artist for many years and has work in private collections in the UK, Australia, USA and France. She runs regular workshops, trips and holidays, as well as demonstrating to various groups.
Catherine Thomas is a professional violinist and music teacher. She has developed a passion for art, painting portraits and landscapes in oil and acrylic.
Cherril Norrie paints a range of subjects, mainly in oils.
Clarissa Russell is a professional artist working in oil, acrylic, pastel & watercolour.
Chloé Nelson is re-articulating the portrait genre, merging physical fragmentation and emotional depth, in oils. Having lived and exhibited widely across Los Angeles, in her time spent there she also helped create and launch the nomadic painting atelier, Roofless Painters which has now launched here in the UK too.
Cora Leader continues to experiment and play with texture and colour. She is mindful when painting of the natural world and spirituality. Both her life experience and reading, profoundly influence her art.
Dorothy Holden expesses ideas arising from the changes and adaptations that time imposes on all matter.
Hilary Archer paints in oils, mixed media or watercolours, and paints animals or semi-abstract forms. She also carves human or animal forms in various woods and stones.
Ian Case paints still life and landscapes in oil and mixed media.
Jack Harding is a helicopter pilot who paints aviation scenes and cityscapes in his spare time. He was awarded the Arthur Gibson Trophy by the Guild of Aviation Artists for Best New Artist in 2006.
Jen Boardman has spent a lifetime of expressing herself through pencils, paint, ink and pastel and in later years in three dimensions with a wide variety of materials and techniques.
Jill Jennings has a Diploma in History of Art from London University and likes to have a feeling of space in her work, whether abstract or not quite.Coastlines of Guernsey and landscape patterns, including prehistoric sites, form the basis for her work.
Jo Richardson is a painter and printmaker whose subjects are mainly animals.
Joan Willingham paints in all media but mostly oils and her favourite subject is still life.
Josephine Chisholm uses various media: acrylic, gouache, watercolour, pen & wash, pastels, and oils to portray the vibrancy and freedom of different life stiles and the pattern and colour of humanity.
Judith Eaton studied at the Chelsea Art School and the Royal College of Art. After teaching art she now explores and develops her passion for colour and shape.
Keith Bennett works in different media and his figurative tonal paintings embrace many subjects but he has always enjoyed drawing from the model and painted many portraits.
Lindsay Berry paints in watercolour and her subjects include landscapes, buildings, animals, flowers, and people. She also undertakes commissions.
Lisa Steincke works in a variety of media, but is entirely captivated by the challenging, sometimes frustrating, but ultimately highly rewarding medium of watercolour painting.
Paul Watling is a wildlife artist who works in oils. He accepts commissions for all types of wildlife – including equestrian and domestic pets.
Peter Jaques works as a freelance graphic designer in both design and illustration, and has recently launched his own fine art publishing house.
Pradeepa David recently found her love for watercolour and her paintings capture the beauty and freshness of nature that can be enjoyed in any season. She likes to present them on wooden panels and canvases, apart from in traditional frames.
Sherry Edmondson has gradually been drifting away from a figurative approach to the landscape to a more abstract vision of the natural environment based on colour, light, reflections and shadows.
Tony Hunt RI works in watercolour and acrylic and has several interests in painting, and his one current and primary issue surrounds the notion of landscape.
Tricia Spink has painted and exhibited all over the world. She enjoys watercolours, pastels and drawing; recently devoting time to scenes of Winchester, and depicting the many species of British Bumblebee on calf vellum.
Trish Brant attended Art College but is largely self-taught. She uses most mediums but favours Acrylic and Pastels, and her favourite subjects are Wildlife and Big Cats.
Val Tierney currently works mainly in hand dyed silk fibre and felt to represent the mood evoked by a landscape. She also works in watercolour, acrylic, and mixed media.
Vicky Ramsden is an artist and photographer.
Wendy Bramall is a commercial illustrator who also paints for pleasure. She paints from nature using a wide range of media.
Wendy Warren depicts domestic and wild animals in pastel with photo-realistic detail.
President: Tony Hunt RI Vice President: Tony Antoniou