Andrew Cottrell

http://www.andrewcottrellartworks.com/

His work you will find is both colorful and textured.  Andrew’s main influences are light and shade and a lot of the landscapes are based on his travels across Europe, Asia, America  and Far Eastern Countries.

He greatly admires the work of the Artist’s N.C. Wyeth and his son Andrew. These artists have influenced his work over the years.

As for his Illustration work he greatly admires the work of Anthony Green.

Please visit his website to see more of his work and he looks forward to hearing from you.

Andrew Cottrell

acottrell1@sky.com

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Artist – Ann Brooks

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http://www.bgallery.co.uk/artist-profile.asp?artistid=8&button3=Go

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Ann became interested in weaving many years ago when living in northern Sweden – lots of her friends had family looms and this is where her interest in textiles was stirred. On returning home she attended the local weaving classes.

Later, when the children had grown up she attended basket weaving and chair seating classes completing the city and guilds certificate at Missenden abbey. Towards the end of the 1990s she returned to loom weaving.

Designs for her work are heavily influenced by many things including her basket making background, walking through the Chiltern countryside with her two dogs and regular visits to the Victoria & Albert Museum. 
Ann generally weaves silk scarves and wraps/shawls though her work does include place mats in paper, linen and willow.

Ann uses mainly silk but often incorporate fine merino wool, high twist silk and high twist wool, linen and cashmere.

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