Salisbury Art Trail

Alex Kontzle

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I am a self taught pointillism artist from Alderbury. Working in black ink I focus mainly on portraiture, the human anatomy, animals and architecture. I have spent most of my life drawing but in recent years discovered my passion for pointillism, a technique I had previously tried out in school. ’ 

Adam Whelan

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Felicity Jowitt

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Anna Maycock- Frame

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Jo Hobbis

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Annie Taylor

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I am a landscape painter with the good fortune to live in this beautiful part of England as well as spending much of my time living and working in the French Pyrenees. Some of my paintings feature the mountains and vineyards of the Roussillon, but by far the greater part of my work is nostalgic, based on sketches and photographs and reflecting dreams and memories of the rolling patchwork fields and woodland landscape of the countryside on the Dorset/Wiltshire border where I grew up. It is the rhythm and pattern of the English countryside and the stories it tells that appeal to me as a painter

 I started painting in America in the 80’s, when I opened a studio and art gallery on the North Shore of Long Island in partnership with an established local artist. The studio enabled me to study and work alongside several professional painters. On returning to the UK with a daughter to raise the financial pressure was on and the brushes had to be put aside for quite a few years while I pursued a different career

I finally became a full time artist in 2005. Initially studying with Dorset painter Clare Shepherd and later benefiting from a grant from Arts Matrix to work with her in a mentoring scheme. Since then I have exhibited in one woman and group shows in London and the South West of England as well as the South of France.

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Gemma Dunn

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“I have a background in Product Design with a degree from Loughborough University, but after having children I decided to follow my passion and pursue fine art as a career.  I have acquired new skills through self directed learning, with the support and guidance of practicing mentors. Recently I have enjoyed exhibiting work in various galleries around the UK and supporting other artists through founding a Creative Network in the Midlands.

Now permanently settled in Salisbury, I work in a variety of media including oils, acrylic painting and linocut printmaking. I believe in the power of beauty to heal and restore, and my subject matter explores the metaphors found in nature that speak of an unseen world of spirit and soul.”

Yvette Cannon

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Louise Wainwright

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Jeni Watson

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Louise Goddard

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I began to paint in my middle years. I also gained a BA (hons.) degree in the ‘Creative Arts’ plus a teaching qualification. I began as a portrait painter but since moving to Wilton, landscape have become my preferred subjects. I see myself as a colourist working mainly in oil paints on wood panels.

John Goddard

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‘My original training was that of a goldsmith and I am a Freeman of the Worshipful Company of Goldsmiths and the City of London.

In my late 60’s I sat for a degree in ceramics and 3D design, specializing in the contemporary use of Ancient Egyptian Faience.

Most of my current work is experimental using Ceramics, metals, wood and stone’