Pam Commander

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My work reflects my interest in the natural world. I use drawing to aid my understanding of a subject whether it is the complicated magic of a bird’s nest or the way a plant grows. I use these drawings to inform my paintings. I am currently working on a group inspired by 18th century ‘chinoiserie’ wallpaper based on common plants found on the verges of roads and paths.

Peter Keil


Peter Keil’s style was influenced by German expressionism. In the works from his early Berlin years, he mainly focused on typical big city settings and characters on the fringes of society. However, his style changed visibly at the beginning of the 60’s when he lived in Paris for a while and emerged in the city’s nightlife. Keil increasingly parted with his realistic approach and developed a new, much more spontaneous and dynamic painting style which he developed further during  his years in London and finally during his time as one of the “Berliner Neue Wilden” at the beginning of the 80s. Since then, the use of intensive to lurid colours and the absence of realistic representation have become characteristic of his painting style. In his paintings, the colour is applied with quick brushstrokes and occasionally with impasto techniques . Keil prefers to paint human figures, portraits, big city scenes, landscapes and still life images of flowers.

Charlotte Vale

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I graduated from the University of Gloucestershire with a 2:1 class degree in Fine art in 2009. My current series of works are aptly called ‘Go with the Flow’, using alcohol based inks and heat flow techniques to produce bright fresh and fascinatingly abstract images, each one totally individual. Concepts and certain subject matter concern me little when creating my artwork, my work is based solely around the medium that I use and its unpredictability, I love that I have little choice but to go with the flow letting natural factors semi control the result. I start each painting without expectations, watching how the inks spread, flowing and mixing together before i start to control and manipulate them into a final piece. I love how the colours interact together, the way they flow across the yupo paper quickly blending and forming shapes with minimal intervention. I’m particularly fascinated by the metallic inks and the way they form capillary lines around different pools of ink cementing the whole composition, framing shapes and giving the painting its structure. I enjoy the challenge of trying to control the inks movement using my hands, gravity my own breath or with mechanical intervention with a heatgun.

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Zoe Oakley

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I have always had a passion for art using a colourful and defined approach for self-expression. Through years of working in the creative world I have gained a wide range of experiences in different fields of fine arts. I generally depict the human figure in a variety of styles and mediums, sometimes incorporating otherworldly archetypes and the life force of the deva world into my work. I honour the challenge of expressing the spirit within, always trying to capture a mood and feeling in each piece.

Bridgnorth Sculpture Group


We are a group who meet on Thursday afternoons. We sculpt in wood and stone, but mainly in clay. We vary in age from the twenties to eighties, and are all learning new skills. Some of us have been professionally trained, some have been doing this sort of thing all their lives, and some are newcomers. Many also paint.

Richard Skilton

I have been drawing and painting all my life and have developed several different techniques, which make art accessible to a wide variety of people. My work includes original evocative pencil, pen and watercolours of the local buildings, churches and landscapes surrounding us in Shropshire, countryside animals and fish and intricate designs incorporating children’s names. These are available as originals, prints and cards.

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