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Stable Artists

3 painters, 1 textile artist, 1 woodturner, 1 ceramicist, 1 sculptress and a paper cut lightbox maker in stable / garden.

Rose Cottage Stables

46 West End Lane

West End

Esher

Surrey

KT10 8LA

t: 01372 465370 mobile 07398 291236

e: rosalindmoysen@gmail.com

Work for sale from £2 - £1000.

This is a working studio. Visitors may see demonstrations of work. Groups up to 10 people welcome.

Google Map: Stable Artists In West End village between A244 Esher - Hersham Road and A309 Esher - Cobham Road, Rose Cottage Stables is directly next door to the Prince of Wales.

Place to eat: Prince of Wales pub. Bus service: 458, 459 15min walk.

Part of Thames Trail.

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Days open [closed] June 2019

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Rosalind Moysen

Painter

Trained at Kingston School of Art and the Royal College of Art, her work - influenced by her interior design training, combined with a love of strong colour - has resulted in vibrantly coloured watercolours with wax, pastel, torn paper salt, PVA glue and gum arabic. Texture is the main focus of her more recent work - inspired by woods and ponds near her home - using oil and a palette knife to obtain a semi-abstract depiction of the layers and texture of woodland. Using a similar technique, her latest work uses torn fragments of textured, painted paper to portray woodland and landscape.

t: 01372 465370

e: rosalindmoysen@gmail.com

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

Rosalind Moysen welcomes visitors all year round by appointment.

Rosalind Moysen, Woodland

Woodland

102cm x 77cm x 4cm acrylic

Gokul Chandrasekaran

Painting, sketching

"A painting is far beyond capturing the moment and likeness. Each brush stroke is a unique beauty which is impossible to create again. Its an infinite opportunity to create a physical structure which goes beyond imagination.I started painting for fun without realizing it can go more than a passion. Its more of a progression from sketching to oil painting. Art is about freedom, beauty and nature. Its always an honor to leave behind an art, knowing that it will take a physical and emotional space in future." If you are looking for commission work (Sketching or painting), feel free to contact!

t: 07448 483324

e: cv.gokul.33@gmail.com

w: www.instagram.com/gokul_arts

social media:

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Gokul Chandrasekaran welcomes visitors all year round by appointment.

Gokul Chandrasekaran, Inner World

Inner World

91cm x 91cm oil on canvas

Beryl Hole

Ceramicist

The majority of my work is thrown, reduction fired stoneware. I am currently developing vase and bowl forms contrasting rough textures with smooth surfaces. I enjoy the process of firing, which is why I like working with open flame in both the gas reduction firing for my main work and experimenting with fuming and Raku firing. The main influences on my work are from the natural world – the textures of tree bark, the smooth surfaces of stones, the rythm of moving water and the stillness and tension of a seed pod. All these elements I try to bring together in my work.

t: 0208 979 8743

e: beryl@imtl.net

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Anne Hunt

Abstract Designer

Over the last few years, I have been experimenting with various paint techniques. The fun of the constant battle with the paint, to control exactly where you want it to go to create the desired effects, combined with the element of surprise, is an exciting challenge. After the initial pouring I get a real kick from the artistic process of converting each design into an interesting piece of art.

t: 07850 367600

e: peajaya@btinternet.com

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Anne Hunt, Belhal

Belhal

60cm x 71cm x 6cm acrylics

Roger Marsden

Woodturner

Roger Marsden produces adventurous woodturned artistic and practical pieces such as large pepper grinders, lidded pots, artistic bowls and platters of all sizes and shapes. He works primarily with English hardwoods, mostly from the local area, and particularly enjoys working with unusually shaped pieces or highly featured grains including spalted woods.

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Roger Marsden welcomes visitors all year round by appointment.

Roger Marsden, Variety of shapes and sizes

Variety of shapes and sizes

woodturning

Janet Stanley

Sculptor

I work in clay using a mixture of modelling and found materials and textures. My inspiration comes from nature,the human form and Classical and Celtic art. Much of my larger work is designed to be seen in an outdoor setting,a continuation of the natural environment and to be discovered within it. My completed work is usually cast in Bronze Resin. My interest in textures and layers is leading me to develop work using a range of mixed media for both two dimensional and three dimensional work. Commissions are welcome.

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Janet Stanley welcomes visitors all year round by appointment.

Janet Stanley, Through the Portal

Through the Portal

50cm x 50cm x 50cm bronze resin

Dawn Thornhill

Papercut lightboxes

I have always been fascinated by the simplicity and endless potential of paper. Hand-cutting pages, layering and lighting to create three-dimensional structures that capture the beauty of the natural world is my passion. Watching a piece evolve from sketch to design, adapting as I cut, and seeing the delicacy of the shadows creating contrast on the layers, will always be magical to me.

t: 07788 954674

e: dawnthornhill@yahoo.com

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Dawn Thornhill, Tranquility

Tranquility

21cm x 15cm x 7cm hand cut paper lightbox

Keira Graham

Textile Artist

After studying textile design at Nottingham Trent University I have always been fascinated by the manipulation of fabric. Following many years of exploring different techniques of distressing and experimenting with fabrics I have developed a style of artwork that reflects the richness and delicate nature of the most luxurious of fabrics, silk. Each piece of work is utterly unique and what may initially appear as a landscape or tempestuous seascape from a distance takes on an entirely different visual experience when seen close up.

t: 07939 515101

e: Keiragraham@aol.com

w: keiragraham.com

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Keira Graham, Winter's Dawn

Winter's Dawn

45cm x 45cm x 4cm textiles