Amita has been painting for over 20 years.
She has a passion for watercolour and very much enjoys its unpredictable nature
My artwork encompasses social, political and cultural issues. Often referencing the female experience and female rage, my work explores the emotional resonances between lived experience and fine art.
Currently studying for a BA in Fine Art at City and Guilds of London Art School
I started painting when I retired from teaching. It is now a very important part of my life and I love practising to improve my drawing skills. Pastels are my favourite medium and portraits, whether human or other animals, my favourite subjects.
Nevil is a full-time civil servant working in central Whitehall and living in Selsdon. He works in watercolour, mostly landscapes with occasional ventures into aviation, maritime or railway subjects.
You can see more of Nevils work here
I have always enjoyed painting, but never got further than 'O' level at school. It is only within the past couple of years that I have begun again, having a bit more time. I joined CAG for encouragement, and a local watercolour class. Watercolour is my favourite medium but I enjoy experimenting with others at CAG workshops. I also enjoy crochet, walking and coffee, and am frustrated by gardening but persevere!
Having drawn and created since early childhood, Jacquie has been painting and sculpting for the past 10 years since taking up sculpture classes at Bletchingley Adult Ed and other short courses and art sessions.
She has been involved with both Lingfield Art and Caterham Art groups and has a number of works with collectors in the UK, Canada, Europe and the US.