Gill was born and grew up in Warwickshire, she studied fine art at Birmingham before embarking on a career as a primary teacher. Today Gill works part time to enable her to focus on her life-long passion for painting. Working in oils and acrylics her paintings evoke the natural world that surrounds us. Now living in Market Drayton Gill Stokes is an active member of the Stafford Art Group..
Contact Gill via her website www.gillstokesart, by email firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 07969481363
Bonnie studied painting and design in Perth, West Australia. Her preferred medium is acrylics which she uses to create abstract landscapes and flowers nad occasionaly still life, portraits and cats. Bonnie has exhibited in England,and the Czech Republic.
Visit Bonnie at www.bonnie-b.webnode.cz
Having lived most of her life in Africa Sue now lives and works in Stafford. Her years spent in Botswana provides much of the insperation for her work and and this shows in her love for animals in their natural surroundings which she paints mainly from personal experience.
Painting predominately in watercolour Sue firmly believes that no other medium can match its qualities for catching the light and colours of Africa. Her work has been widely exhibited in Botswana, South Africa as well as the UK and is to be found in private collections across the world. A member of the International Wildlife Arts Society and has served as Chairperson of Stafford Art
A self taught artist, Cliff Law divides his time between archaeology and painting portraits both human and animal. Has sold works in Spain the USA and the UK though remarks 'people will often pay good money for a picture of their dog but rarely for their spouse'!