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Artists in alphabetical order


Dusk, oil on canvas, 87 cm x 76 cms
Fallen Willow, oil on panel, 70 cm x 80 cms

Cristiana Angelini studied Fine Art in Carrara and Florence before moving to England in the sixties. Over the years, her oil paintings, drawings and pastels have been enjoyed and purchased by art lovers and investors at many top London galleries including The Millinery Works, Royal Academy, Mall Galleries, Whitechapel Gallery, Thompsons Gallery, Duncan Campbell, Sotheby’s, Christies and the Twentieth Century Art Fair. In 1990 she was awarded first prize in the Laing Collection Exhibition for London and the South East and since 1995 a selection of her work has been included in the Bridgeman Art Library collection.


Having received a long service in education award by Bexley Council for her 20 years as Art Lecturer, Cristiana is now retired and based in London where she continues to paint and undertake commissions. Her work is held in private collections in the UK, USA and Italy. Cristiana is also featured in the ‘Dictionary of Artists in Britain since 1945’ and ‘Who’s Who in Art‘.

Harvest Time, oil on canvas, 70 cm x 62 cms
September, pastel, 62 cm x 76 cms
Stream in Shadow, pastel, 50 cm x 64 cms
Winter Sky, oil on canvas, 106 cm x 95 cms
Raspberry ripple, 2011, pencil, wool, khadi paper, 77 x 58 cms
 Right side facing, 2008, pencil, 78 x 58 cms
Sarah Cawkwell studied at the Central School of Art and Design.
Solo exhibitions: Standpoint Gallery 1995, Murray Edwards College (New Hall) Cambridge 1995, King of Hearts Norwich 1996, Fermoy Gallery King’s Lynn 1998, Christ Church Picture Gallery Oxford 2001, Millinery Works London 2009 & 2013
Works in public collections: Arts Council of GB, New Hall Cambridge, Wolfson College Oxford, University College Oxford, Falmouth Art Gallery, Southampton City Council (Shlee bequest).
Patched up, 2011, pencil, wool, khadi paper, 30 x 30 cms
Endless tower, 2006, pencil, 42 x 30 cms
Endless tower, 2006, pencil, 42 x 30 cms
Endless tower, 2006, pencil, 42 x 30 cms
Elizabeth Haines has lived and worked in Pembrokeshire for some 50 years. She trained as a graphic designer, and illustrated a number of books before gradually moving entirely to painting. Her paintings are exhibited in Cardiff, Pembrokeshire and London, as well as at her studio on a hill farm in the Preselis.
Her work evokes the landscape of France as well as of Wales and, although grounded in observation, is frequently described as surreal and dreamlike.
Elizabeth has been Artist in Residence at the National Eisteddfod and other venues. She has a PhD in Philosophy and is particularly interested in working with young people in the sphere of the Arts.
 Her work is in the collections of the Contemporary Art Society for Wales, The National Library and the University of Wales, as well as numerous private collections worldwide.
Clockwise from top left: Pine Tree, Talmont, oil pastels, 20 x 15 cms. Autumn Tree by a Shed, oil pastels, 20 x 15 cms, Alley at Talmont sur Gironde, oil pastels, 20 x 14 cms, Roadway near Larceau, oil pastels, 20 x 15 cms
Alley at Talmont sur Gironde, oil pastels, 20 x 14 cms
Creation, oil applied with a 12 bore shotgun on canvas, 99 x 129.5 cms unframed
The First 10th of a Second Creation, oil applied with a 12 bore shotgun on canvas, 61 x 76.5 cms unframed
Ceri House
Born 1963      London
1972 - 78        St. Christopher’s School, Letchworth
1978 - 79       Woods Tutorial College, Hampstead
1980 - 85       Momart
1985 - 87       Studio assistant to Roger Newton
1987 - 2018   Artist/picture framer and studio assistant to Sir Peter Blake
Selected Exhibitions        
1992    The R.A Summer Exhibition                  The Royal Academy, London
1993    The R.A Summer Exhibition                  The Royal Academy, London
1994    The BP Portrait Awards                         The National Portrait Gallery, London
1996    Young Concert Artist’s Trust                 The Queen Elizabeth Hall, London
1999    Invited Guest R.A Summer Exhibition   The Royal Academy, London
1999    Personal Pictures                                  The Millinery Works Gallery, London
2000    The R.A Summer Exhibition                  The Royal Academy, London
2000    About Collage                                         The Tate Gallery, Liverpool
2001    The R.A Summer Exhibition                  The Royal Academy, London
2002    Discerning Eye                                      The Mall Gallery, London
2007    A Self Portrait                                         The Millinery Works Gallery, London
2008    The R.A Summer Exhibition                  The Royal Academy, London
2000 – 18 British Contemporary Art                   The Millinery Works Gallery, London
The Finger pf God  x 3 oils on board framed sizes from the top 29.5 x 26cms, 31.5 x 28 cms & 31 x 30.5cms
The Finger pf God  x 3 oils on board framed sizes from the top 46 x 46cms,
29.25 x 32.75 cms
Legs Eleven 2017, oil on canvas, 70 x 50 cms
 Over the Moon 2013, oil on canvas, 70 x 50 cms
Patrick Hughes. Patrick’s first solo show was in Mayfair in 1961. He has had two books written about his art, Perverspective (1998) by John Slyce, and A New Perspective (2014) by Dawn Ades and Martin Kemp.  Hughes is himself the author of a critical anthology, Paradoxymoron (2011).  He belongs to no school or trend, though he is widely imitated.  Patrick is devoted to imagination, humour, learning, science and experiment.  (
Rubbish Rainbows 2016, oil on canvas, 70 x 50 cms
Drying path, egg tempera on gesso panel, 43 x 35.5 cms
Miss Hodgson, We Think, egg tempera on gesso panel, 55 x 66 cms
Born in 1954, Peter Messer studied Fine Art at the University of Brighton.  He is a full time artist whose paintings have been exhibited widely and his work has been frequently shown at the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition. His work is in collections in France, Germany, Holland, Spain, Sweden and the US,
as well as the UK.
Miss Thorntons Creature, egg tempera on gesso panel, 41 x 36 cms
 Sidelong, egg tempera on gesso panel, 48 x 58 cms
 The Six Badgers, egg tempera on gesso panel, 64 x 64 cms
The Six Badgers 
Robert Graves
As I was a-hoeing, a-hoeing my lands
Six badgers walked up, with white wands in their hands.
They formed a ring round me and, bowing, they said:
‘Hurry home, Farmer George, for the table is spread!
There’s pie in the oven, there’s beef on the plate:
Hurry home, Farmer George, if you would not be late!’
So homeward went I, but could not understand
Why six fine dog-badgers with white wands in hand
Should seek me out hoeing and bow in a ring
Just to inform me so common a thing!
The Unseen Breakfast, egg tempera on gesso panel, 78 x 58 cms
Battersea Power Station,  etching and aquatint, 11/40, 28 x 38 cms

Canal – Hoxton, etching and aquatint, 9/40, 33 x 48 cms


Pat Schaverien was born in Ealing, London. She studied Fine Art at Middlesex Polytechnic and received a Higher Diploma in Printmaking at the Slade School of Art in 1976. Pat produces etchings and aquatints and sometimes incorporates coloured Indian or Japanese papers in her work. A process called Chine Collé ( meaning tissue and glue). Pat shares a studio in Kentish Town. London.


 Canal Boats – Hoxton, etching and aquatint, 13/40, 23 x 42 cms
Driving through Scrubs Lane, etching and chine collé,  3/9, 20 x 28 cms
Inside Battersea Power Station,  etching and aquatint, 1/30, 30 x 26 cms
Towards Lowestoft, etching and chine collé, 1/9, 20 x 28 cms

Blue Moonlight, oil on board, 45.5 x 61 cms
 The Lady in White, mixed media on paper, 52 x 39.5 cms
London Skyline, oil on board, 53 x 76 cms

Born in Tottenham in 1927, Richard Slater trained at Hornsea College of Art and taught art until retiring in 1980 to paint full-time. Resident in Cornwall since 1973, he is a member of the St Ives Society of Artists and the RI, winning the Roland Hilder award in 2003. He exhibits widely and has received many awards.

 Midnight Dream, oil on board, 60 x 70 cms
Moonlight in the Garden, oil on board, 61 x 71 cms
Oast House in the Moonlight, oil on board, 45 x 62 cms
Oasthouses, mixed media on paper, 26 x 38 cms
The Pond at Twilight, watercolour on paper, 31 x 24 cms
 Untitled, charcoal and graphite on paper, 30 x 50 cms

Frank Stanton Biography

1931                                                                Born London
1949                                                                Awarded Slade Scholarship

Solo Exhibitions

1955, 1958                                                      Canonbury Bookshop Gallery, London
1975, 1976                                                      Salford City Art Gallery & Museum
1984, 1989, 1996                                            All Hallows by The Tower, London
1996                                                                John Jones Arts Centre, London
1998                                                                John & Irene Stocks Gallery, Norfolk
2001, 2016                                                      The Millinery Works Art Gallery
2011                                                                Joint shows with my sister, Joan Stanton, The Millinery Works Art Gallery

2011                                                                The Framing Gallery, Brussels

Group Exhibitions

1954                                                                Canonbury Bookshop Gallery with Duncan Grant & Vanessa Bell
1956, 1957, 1958, 1959, 1961, 1965, 1977    The Royal Academy
1956, 1957                                                      Walker’s Gallery, Bond Street, London
1957                                                                The Royal Institute
1957, 1958, 1977, 1978, 1979                                    Islington Art Circle
1963, 1964                                                      United Society of Artists, London
1963, 1964                                                      National Society, London
1964, 1966                                                      Contemporary Portrait Society, London
1972, 1973                                                      The Augustine Gallery, Holt, Norfolk
1990                                                                St Paul’s Cathedral Crypt
2000 -  2015                                                    The Millinery Works Art Gallery, London
2007                                                                The Geffreye Museum, London


Theatre Design
1953    Designed & made masks for ‘Love’s Labour’s Lost’, Morley College, London
1953    Designed & made masks and setting for Le Jeu d’Adam et d’Eve’ Institut Francais, London
1956    Designed sets for the first British production of Albert Camus’ ‘Les Justes’, Tower Theatre, London
1973    Designed set for Puccini’s “Il Tabarro”, Royal College of Music, London
1974    Designed sets for “Il Combattimento di Tancredi e Clorinda” by Monteverdi and “Dido and Aeneas” by Purcell for The Royal Northern College of Music, Manchester
1986    Designed sets for “Narnia, The Musical”, City of London Festival, Transferred to New York
1995    One Man Exhibition of Theatre Designs & Models, St Dunstan’s College, Catford Arts Festival


1973    Started teaching, St Dunstan’s College, Catford
1980    Became Head of Art, St Dunstan’s College, Catford
1995    Retired.


Joan Stanton. Born and lives in London. Studied at Chelsea School Of Art
and Brighton College of Art. The work selected for this exhibition shows her keen interest in observing the human form in motion. Working in the live studio, from dancers in rehearsal and performers practicing.


Jenny Wilson was born in 1971 and is a self-taught artist who has painted in oils since the age of twelve. She then attended some evening gatherings focusing on painting with oils, together with her grandmother and mother in the small village in Sweden where she grew up. Now living in Leicestershire, she has painted more seriously over the last 5 years and has had Worldwide success.

Nearly all my work is inspired by the ever-changing colours through the passing of the seasons in the local landscape along roads I travel every day. I never aim to copy but simply to capture the mood and light without focusing on details. All my paintings are done by pallet knife using oil paint, mainly on canvas. I tend to be drawn by the dramatic colours created by angry, grey skies but also by the beautiful, captivating colour transformation the evening light blesses us with.

With every day that passes my love and appreciation of the “everyday” and ordinary grows bigger. The wonder and miracles brought to us by seasons and weather, in both landscape and sky never fail to amaze me, specially the abundance of various colours. With my paintings I want to frame these “ordinary miracles” and let people discover and enjoy what often would just pass them by.

I feel truly lucky to be able to spend my working days emerged in the beauty, tranquillity and fulfilment my time in the studio bless me with.