Beth Berriman was born in 1920 in Camborne and has been living and working as an artist in Cornwall ever since. Her passion for tracing the delineations of the landscape, as well as the human form, in all its vitality and delicacy, has meant that her work contains a poignant history of both Cornwall and its inhabitants.
Richard Gelsthorpe’s illustrations are produced in oils/ alkyds on board. Work has included editorial, childrens book, adult fiction and life science illustration. Clients include Devon and Cornwall Media Ltd., Daily Mail Group, E.M.C. Design, Richmond Publishing.
Born in 1969 in Cornwall. Keran has always lived and worked in St.Ives. She started drawing and painting as a child and has always followed that pursuit. She majored in Art all through school and as a graphic artist/illustrator in St.Ives. Keran also studied Fine Art for 2 years at Falmouth School of Art, gaining a diploma.
Joanna Stevens grew up in west Cornwall and from an early age was passionate about art, often going out to sketch the animals on the family farm. She went on to study Illustration in Cornwall for three years and has perfected her own unique style that captures the liveliness and movement of the picturesque Cornish harbours and fishing villages. These images are all available as greeting cards and mounted prints.
Judy Studied for two years at Chelsea College of Arts and obtained a BA.Hons in Fine Art and a Masters in Visual Art at Falmouth College of Arts. This background enabled Judy to develop a unique style. Spontaneous mark making is the core of the work and this source Judy drawn out the imagery that exciters her. Recently made of the directors of the St Ives Society of Artists Judy is actively involved with local artistic events.
David Axtell is a painter and illustrator working mainly in oils on canvas. Featuring landscapes combined with figurative elements reflect his interest in the ever changing surroundings of Cornwall where he lives. David is a former graduate of Falmouth School of Art and Design. He is interested in the relationship between the interaction of people and the sea. From landscape studies to wide panoramas David is searchttps://artistsincornwall.com/wp-admin/admin.php?action=duplicate_post_save_as_new_post_draft&post=14685&_wpnonce=7796922a5ahing toward a gradual unspoken narrative which draws the viewer into his paintings.o
Catherine paints human and animal figures. Her favourite subjects are beach scenes and adaptations from period drama. For many years Catherine painted miniature porcelain which was sold nationally. Catherine moved on to paint portraits in oil and has also developed her skills in acrylic and pastel. A major influence on her work has been the Newlyn School of Artists. Her work is sold as both originals and high quality Giclée prints. Prints can be purchased by individuals or retailers gallery wrapped for retail sale.