Sarah Simonds-Gooding

Sarah’s previous training and career as a graphic designer has influenced her art style. It is through the graphic medium that she has discovered a love of pattern, print and colour and started creating art to reflect these passions. The feeling of continuation and the subtle changes that occur over moments in time is often […]

Bob Meecham

WORKS Paintings for sale on many themes: local and urban  landscapes, buildings of interest, plants and still life. There are also  illustrations ranging from poetry to the stations of the cross. Allotment drawings and continuous selection of sketchboooks going back to my Student days.

Sophie Artemis

A working studio in central Guildford, 5 minute’s walk from the main station.  Maker of tunnel books and dioramas about Love, using peep holes, pop ups and scenography to draw the viewer into the depths of the story. Work is held in the Tate and V&A library collections. Artist, book artist, painter and writer. Watts […]

Jane Alexander

Primarily a painter, my work ranges from abstract mixed media landscape and collage to expressive watercolours and drawings. My work is sensory, capturing the feeling and memory of a garden, a landscape, a place. Using line and repetition, I often paint from life in my garden at home and the RHS garden at Wisley, working […]

Orpheus Centre

The Orpheus Centre is an independent specialist college for young disabled adults that focuses on developing independence skills through performing and visual arts. Orpheus artists create fabulous parallel worlds which are full of music, junk, toys and cardboard boxes. Come and immerse yourself in our photographic and  drawn re-imaginings of classic stories and characters. Often […]

Sandy Easby Happydays Studio

I have a selection of smaller works on canvas and paper  and larger canvases. Some drift wood pieces. Evocative work based on Cornwall and the Alps.  Abstract landscapes.

Rosanna Clare

Rosanna Clare has created a range of beautiful leather goods, including bags and accessories, by combining her love of leather with her passion to reduce waste and to re-use. Much of the leather that she uses has been discarded from the furniture industry, or is ‘upcycled’ from unwanted items such as leather jackets, whilst new […]


I have a longstanding fascination with the Terracotta Army and not surprisingly for a ceramicist it is centred on the manufacturing processes. By replicating those methods in my own small way, both in scale and volume I produce my ‘Terrier’cotta Warriors. I use a series of body part moulds in different combinations to make individual […]

Short Acre Studio

Short Acre Studio hosts an interesting and varied selection of paintings, sculpture and photography. Barbara Whitbourn – painter Barbara’s abstracted landscapes in acrylic, oil and mixed media are inspired by the wild and remote Scottish Highlands. Her work reflects an emotional response the natural erosion of the landscape and this shows through in her use […]