The Broad Canvas Artist Directory

A wonderful directory of artists, illustrators, designers and art students to display their work. The Broad Canvas Artists Gallery and Directory houses a diverse range of artists and illustrators.
This artist directory was mainly set up as a tool for Broad Canvas Art Supplies Shop to promote the work of our customers and staff members.

You can view the artists work by clicking on their name just below their photo.

Martin Beek

Martin Beek

Martin lives in Oxford and has produced a large body of work in a number of media and genres. Martin exhibits in Oxfordshire and surrounding counties. Most of his current work is from landscape painted outdoors, he also has an extensive digital art collection drawn on the iPad.

John Somerscales

John Somerscales

I have painted and drawn since I was a child, but at school became interested in the history of art and studied the subject at Nottingham University before eventually settling into a career in a design studio producing books for the educational publishing market.

Philip J. Jones

Philip J. Jones

Specialising in bespoke design and illustration, Phillip draws on natural history and botany for inspirition. Phillip trained at Bath Spa studying graphic communication where he focused on illustration and printmaking. Visit Phillip’s website: www.phillipjjones.com

Lucy Ferguson

Lucy Ferguson

specialising in painting, printmaking and analogue photography. Off to study for a degree in fine art at Glasgow school of art next year. featured in several group exhibitions and magazines over the past two years. Materials: drawing pencils/pens, oil paints, analogue photographs.

Neil Drury

Neil Drury

I have painted and drawn since I was a child, but at school became interested in the history of art and studied the subject at Nottingham University before eventually settling into a career in a design studio producing books for the educational publishing market.

Melanie Gannon

Melanie Gannon

General Illustration, Narrative and Sequential Illustration, Print and Bookbinding” I like to use the words “strangeness” “charm” “the extraordinary” and “silence” to describe where my inspiration comes from.

Jane Hope

Jane Hope

I work in oil or pastel, and I enjoy changing from one to the other, going where the medium takes me. All my work is a repsonse to my surroundings, so I often have pictures of Oxford streets, the allotments, the meadows, and the tow path, but also wires in San Francisco, and the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path.

Jamie Cahlil

Jamie Cahlil

For me, inspiration manifests most often in the form of oil paintings on canvas, and less often as colour pencil drawings on sturdy paper. My more recent pictures frequently hold within them the presence of the mandala. (Sanskrit for circle, or dot, within circle… the mandala is an ancient pattern designed to support meditation).

Rachel Woodruff

Rachel Woodruff

All of my work originates from some long held preoccupations, revolving around our relationship with the landscape, including prehistory and archaeology, architecture and the British coastline.

Enoki

Enoki

Enoki is the pseudonym of a self-reflecting female who presently resides in Wiltshire. Her work draws upon philosophy, psychology, and is often inspired by small things and those which we are unable to see.

Yvonne Jones

Yvonne Jones

My motto is 'Art is for Everyone'. My aim is to provide original art to anyone who appreciates art in its many forms, whatever their social status. I believe art has a beneficial effect on our lives, and if my work brings joy to just one person in the world then I have done my job.

Jeffrey Courtney

Jeffrey Courtney

Jeffery Courtney trained at Hornsey College of Art and then a Post Graduate at the Royal Academy in London in 1971. Since then he has worked full time as a professional artist working entirely in the figurative tradition. A meticulous craftsman, he has made an extensive study of painting techniques.

Belinda Courtney

Belinda Courtney

I love to paint and try to express the essence of what I am looking at through light, colour and movement. I recently completed a commission to produce two works inspired by music especially composed for a celebration and to be made into a CD/book.

Rona

Rona

Rona uses a mostly monochromatic palate of oil on canvas to paint images of people. She is interested in the inner psyche and in capturing a particular mood. Rona paints what is close to her and hopes to gain a greater understanding in doing so.

Valerie Coupland

Valerie Coupland

French, Born in 1968, I work mainly in oil on canvas and ink on paper.

If you would like to feature in our directory we would very much like to hear from you.

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