On these pages are examples of visual arts work by members together with profiles, and links to websites; where appropriate. If you are interested in contacting an artist, or purchasing a work, email the website.

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Dave Brooker

My main interest is landscape and travel photography, and creating AV presentations for local organisations.
I have had a keen interest in photography for nearly 50 years having processed conventionally until my move into digital photography about eight years ago.
I currently use a Canon 500D SLR, Aperture & Photoshop.

Molly is a textile artist working with a range of textiles and techniques including felted fibres and embroidered textile design. She is a MA Fine Art student with the Open College of the Arts and is currently exploring methods of figurative sculpture; research is linked to environmental and socio-economic issues.
MA blog: http://textilematters.wordpress.com/
Membership: Prism, The Society of Designer Craftsmen,
Crowborough Art

Erica Adams

Stella Mance

After finishing an HND in Fine Art, Stella became a founding member of Shedart, which is proving to be a great success. She has won several awards for her work, including twice for favourite exhibit in the Tandridge group of Artists exhibition in Caterham.
Her landscapes of hot summer scenes, have sold well in Greece and Cyprus, where she has been inspired by the beautiful blues. 
Having recently moved to East Sussex, she hopes the beauty of the countryside there will be inspirational too.
See more of her work at www.stellamance.co.uk.

(The Pig and I; The Pignapper; Going the Whole Hog) all available from Amazon UK. Going the Whole Hog was launched at Waterstone’s and has been made into an audio book. She continues to paint and, since 2006, has been running the Tuesday morning Portrait Group sessions at the Tunbridge Wells Art Society.
'Not being allowed to attend Art College gave me the freedom to find my own way.' See more at www.ericaadamswebsite.com

Diane Tuckett

I have been potting for 20 years and am a member of Kent Potters Assoc. Texture and form drive my designs, functionality is key, as there is great delight to be had from using an everyday item that gives pleasure to the eye and hand. Stoneware is my preference for its durability.

Smarden Gallery with KPA, Chequer Mead,East Grinstead with KPA, Tunbridge Wells Market, Crowborough Centre
International Womens Group,Reigate

Claire Johnston

Claire has been to art college and has worked commercially as an artist painting intricate designs onto furniture for a prestigious company based in Harrods.
She has done a lot of ink work in the past, mainly painting animals but now adds acrylic to them. She enjoys producing seascapes as the sea and wonderful mediterranean colours inspire her.
Currently Claire is focusing more on animal portraits as she loves their wonderful expressions. Available for commissions, call 07906 859778.
See more of Claire's work at www.artwithanimals.moonfruit.com