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The TEN Group of Artists

Eight artists with diverse interests showing an eclectic mix of work. Please note this studio is open 10am to 4pm.

Guildford House Gallery Brew House

155 High Street

Guildford

Surrey

GU1 3AJ

t: 07936 725076

e: twentytenartists@gmail.com

w: www.tenartists.moonfruit.com

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Work for sale from £5 - £1000. Credit cards accepted.

Visitors may see demonstrations of work. Groups up to 20 people welcome.

Directions

Google Map: The TEN Group of Artists At the top of the High Street in Guildford town centre. There are several car parks nearby with bus and rail stations within walking distance.

Place to eat: Cafe at Guildford House Gallery. Bus service: 5min walk.

Trails: Weekday Trail Two, Weekend Trail.

Days open [closed] June 2017

Times: 11am - 5pm (Thursday evenings: 6 - 8.30pm) NOTE: this studio is only open 10am - 4pm.

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Gillian Collins

Mixed Media Painting / Textiles

Gillian's work reflects her interests which are many and varied. The process of production is important to her, working up of many stages and layers, often using a variety of different mediums to create a unique image with an obvious aesthetic which often masks a more complex underpinning.

t: 07936 725076

e: paisley.pedlar@btinternet.com

w: www.paisleypedlar.co.uk

social media:

See the artist's SAOS Member web page for more.

Gillian Collins welcomes visitors all year round by appointment.

Gillian Collins, Ginger Jar

Ginger Jar

30cm x 30cm x 3cm acrylic on wood panel

Paulene Cattle

Fine Artist

Paulene is inspired by the overlooked urban built environment. Her work brings to the fore the prosaic detail of her surroundings, highlighting the background noise of society. These influences are generally realised using various textile techniques, often handmade felt and stitch. Sound frequently augments her wall and installation pieces.

t: 07803 173478

e: paulene@thecattles.com

w: paulenecattle.blogspot.co.uk/

social media:

See the artist's SAOS Member web page for more.

Paulene Cattle, Subsidence (detail) installation

Subsidence (detail) installation

2cm x 8000cm textile and found objects

Diana Foden

Painter

The early paintings of Lisa Milroy have always held a fascination for me and have consistently helped provide a starting point for my work.I delight in working with mundane objects found within the home. I frequently work against white backgrounds and either group the objects or present them in grids, the intention being to present them with an expanded presence and importance. To some, the groups may appear to take on the guise of characters in their own right whilst those confined by grids the role of precious, unique collections. How they are viewed is dependent on personal experience.

t: 02392 596584

e: foden.horndean@btinternet.com

Diana Foden, Toothbrushes

Toothbrushes

5cm x 5cm watercolour, ink and pencil

Sandra Gratrix BA(hons)

Drawing / Painting

Working in mostly traditional materials, Sandra explores the juxtaposition of presence and absence in an image. In each composition, whatever the subject matter, "what is not there" is just as important as the marks made on a page or canvas. The absences within an image allow a breathing space where the viewer is required to bring their own imagination to complete the narrative.

See the artist's SAOS Member web page for more.

Sandra Gratrix, Rust 2

Rust 2

rust on paper

Angie Hauser

Artist

My artistic practice includes printmaking, drawing and painting. The development of a piece starts with an object or idea and develops through experimentation with materials and process. I love to be surprised at the end result. I am interested in the body and the relationship between art and scientific investigation.

See the artist's SAOS Member web page for more.

Angie Hauser, Centrum Fugere II

Centrum Fugere II

30cm x 30cm x 2cm mixed media

George Simpson

Painter

I paint geometric abstractions, usually telling personal stories using significant colours and shapes. Most of my work is on commission. Recently I have begun to diversify into abstract expressionism, which is enabling me to enjoy a more visceral connection to my materials. I enjoy painting series of works exploring particular themes. I have also developed large pieces of work from multiple canvases, which can be re-configured or hung separately. Together they reflect a particular story; separately they are pleasing abstracts.

See the artist's SAOS Member web page for more.

George Simpson, Tapestry of a Rich Life

Tapestry of a Rich Life

acrylic on canvas

Celia Stanley BA Hons

Conceptual Artist

A cherished hidden object suggests links to another presence, reminding us of people we have lost. Some of these objects are not in themselves special but take us back to past times. What can be an obsessive focus leads on to the idea of the self-perpetuation of life - objects growing and altering in our imagination which provide powerful links to the absent presence.

t: 01252 661491

e: celiastanley@googlemail.com

Celia Stanley, Collar

Collar

found object, digital print and stitch

Emma C Tabor

Artist Printmaker

My drawings are explorations in pattern, experimenting with line and forms, investigating the visual language that develops. I have an initial starting point but each drawing grows in a unique way to find its final form and reveal itself. They are part of a developing process rather than a representation of any identifiable form; I leave it to the viewer to decide what is happening. Printmaking allows for the investigation of the effects of colour on the drawings. Layering printed drawings in different colours alters their mood and impact. This work allows re-interpretation of the drawing

t: 07963 652785

e: emma@tabor.me.uk

w: emma.tabor.me.uk

See the artist's SAOS Member web page for more.

Emma C Tabor, Splay

Splay

10cm x 10cm screenprint