Our fine artists work in a wide variety of media and with a wide range of subject matter. In our store you will find local landscapes, whimsical creatures, and abstract creations.
A Yorkshireman by birth, Graham studied Creative Design at Loughborough College of Education. In 1970 he joined the staff at Greenhill School, Tenby where he taught ceramics, being appointed Head of Art and Design in 1986.
Inspired by the creatures and critters I see whilst exploring the countryside, my art is colourful and whimsical. Celtic spirals and other ancient art forms inform my artwork.
This beautiful and diverse land that we live in holds many fascinations for landscape artist, Diane Mathias, who paints atmospheric scenes from around Ceredigion, Carmarthenshire and Pembrokeshire in oils and pastels.
Ian is a frustrated cartoonist who mistakenly trained as an architect and practised in the UK and abroad before returning to graphic artwork. He now lives in Solva, north Pembrokeshire.
A ‘self taught’ artist I have been painting professionally now for twenty years. I gained degrees in biology and chemistry and trained as a biochemist but always had a love and aptitude for drawing.
I started to paint again very recently and hadn’t picked up a paintbrush in nearly 30 years but now that I’ve reignited my love of painting there’s no stopping me!
Anita Woods is a figurative artist inspired by the animals, landscape and sea of west wales where she lives. Anita runs day and residential art workshops which are tailor made to the individuals or groups requirements. The workshops are suitable for all abilities.