Studios

West End Girls Art

Angela, Monique and Tina are the West End Girls. They draw, paint and laugh together as often as possible.

The Thatch

Linersh Wood

Bramley

Surrey

GU5 0EF

Work for sale from £3 - £1000. Credit cards accepted.

This is a working studio. Groups up to 12 people welcome.

Google Map: West End Girls Art Exit A281at mini roundabout onto Station Rd, turn right onto Barton Rd. We're at the beginning of Linersh Wood. Enter through the little gate in hedge.

Place to eat: Grantley Arms pub, Wonersh. Bus service: 63, 53 8min walk.

Days open [closed] September - October 2020

Times: 11am - 5pm (Thursday evenings: 6 - 8.30pm)

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Angela Chadwick

Painter

I have rediscovered my love of drawing having stopped working on a computer as a graphic designer. I had previously graduated from Norwich School of Fine Art so I started attending Life Drawing classes and explored various mediums. I quickly realised I love crumbly, soft chalk pastels and Pan Pastels which are applied with artist’s sponges. Drawing nudes offers the challenges of exploring shape, form and shadow to describe the human form. It was a short step to start capturing the vibrant beauty of fruit, vegetables and flowers. The natural world is so inspiring.

t: 07976 016665

e: a.chadwick64@me.com

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Angela Chadwick welcomes visitors all year round by appointment.

Angela Chadwick, The Mighty Cauli

The Mighty Cauli

65cm x 50cm chalk and pan pastel

Monique Birley

Artist and Goldsmith

My career as a goldsmith started in South Africa, my country of birth. Serious painting came later after moving to England, inspired by the winter light, and how to capture it first in watercolour, then acrylics. It began as a love for the countryside, big sky's, colour, urban and rural shapes, intrigued by nature. After the fine controlled detailed work as a goldsmith, I relish the loose freedom of expression with paint. I try to capture a moment, or a feeling, rather than an identical likeness and the more I paint, the more I want to paint.

t: 01403 820337

e: Monique.birley@gmail.com

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Monique Birley welcomes visitors all year round by appointment.

Monique Birley, Warrior

Warrior

60cm x 60cm charcoal and pastel

Tina Collins

Painter

Oil paint is my first love, but I like to experiment with all sorts; pastels, inks, encaustic, water media, anything that makes an interesting mark. My subjects are most often people but any organic form can catch my eye. Trees and their shapes in the landscape are a current theme. Light is very important, how it describes the form and how the subject differs in varying conditions is a constant source of inspiration. I am attracted to elements of broken realism, a recognisable abstraction and imperfection and incompleteness. Its a direction want to explore much more in my own work.

t: 07785 728466

e: tina@tinacollinsart.com

w: www.Tinacollinsart.com

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Tina Collins, Yield

Yield

40cm x 50cm oil on linen