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Our Artists 

Many of the artists have reassessed the materials they use and are experimenting with more natural ingredients.

Others are illustrating the extremes which we are experiencing such as forest fires, droughts and floods, shrinking of glaciers, and melting of sea ice in the poles.

Others are concerned with an imagined future.

We are going to make an exciting show relevant to today.

Jane Oldfield is a painter living in Twickenham . She studied at the Hornsey College of Art, and UMIST (MSc). She often exhibits with RAG (the Riverside Artist Group) in west London and Bad Behaviour in Brixton. She has also exhibited in Beijing, Spain, Italy and New York.  Her last solo exhibition was held at Greenham Common in 2022.

website:  instagram @jane_oldfield

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Nicki Rolls is based at Redlees Studios in Isleworth. Her large scale charcoal drawings of wild flowers and weeds explore the fragility of the natural world. She is currently in a touring exhibition of the Trinity Buoy Wharf Drawing Prize, 2023. Her recent shows include RupturEXIBIT, Hampton Wick, 2023 and One Paved Court, Richmond, 2022. She studied at the Central Saint Martins College of Art, and Wimbledon (MA). She gained the Student Award in the Jerwood Drawing Prize, 2011.

website:   instagram: @nickirolls

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Joanna Waddy is a Richmond based glass artist specialising in kiln-formed glass, both fused and moulded. Joanna has studied glass techniques locally at the Richmond and Hillcroft Adult Community College for over 10 years and has exhibited with Just Glass at Orleans House gallery, The Malthouse Gallery in Lyme Regis, and other locations. Joanna has been an active member of Richmond and Twickenham Friends of the Earth since the 1980’s.


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Brian Deighton was a community artist in the 1970s before studying at the Byam Shaw School of Art and Goldsmiths (M.A.). He was a lecturer at the Chelsea School of Art until retirement. He has exhibited in Russia, Spain and the Netherlands as well as the UK.

Recent paintings at the Burton Gallery, St Leonards on Sea.    Instagram:


Máire Gartland is an Irish artist living in London. She studied in Dublin at the National College of Art,Trinity  College, and at London University. Máire has worked as a teacher in London for thirty years as well as continuing her art practice. She is a painter and installation artist. Her tree paintings are prompted by photographs sent from Ireland, Australia and Scotland. Some of her family and friends are directly effected by flooding and wildfires from climate change.

website:  Instagram: @mairegartland


A native of France, Aude Grasset started painting professionally after a career at leading advertising agencies in New York and London. She exhibited at the Royal Academy and for many years with RAG and is now also a sustainability consultant.  With recycled boards she visually articulates ecological narratives and offers a unique lens to inspire change and foster appreciation for our interconnected world.


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Amanda Randall makes abstract stone sculptures inspired by plants and fungi. Carving by hand with traditional mallets and chisels, she works mainly with British Limestones. Her curving, organic forms celebrate the vitality and resilience of nature, while acknowledging its fragility. In 2021 she created a series of carvings reflecting the damage to ecosystems caused by HS2, the high speed rail link. 


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Lizzie Brewer works from her studio in Teddington. She studied at Newcastle Polytechnic and Kingston University (MA). Her background in Graphic Design has currently led her to make artists books as well as print and sculptural work. She has had books accepted at San Francisco Book Arts Centre and the Bodleian Library.


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Susan Cunningham studied an MA in Fine Art at Birmingham City University, 2010. Her artwork is about the definition of ‘nature’ and its presence or absence within urban environments. She documents her experience as an artist, following the Western tradition of landscape and still life painting from the 18th and 19th century. The practice is site specific and involves drawing and painting in the open air, utilising sketchbooks, creating model landscapes and artefacts. 


Ieuan Rhys Daniel is a Welsh artist now living in West London. His work reflects his identity and love of the natural world. Since 2009 he has been creating mixed media art works that express his concern of the impact of the climate emergency. 

Ieuan studied art at Cardiff and Swansea, was Head of Art at Rhydfelen Comprehensive School, and has had many exhibitions in Wales. He has also had joint exhibitions with his wife of her poetry and his dreams of nature in  catastrophic times.

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Camilla Brendon is a mixed media artist who lives and works in London. Her multidisciplinary practice highlights ocean issues as well as environmental topics. She explores the relationship between manmade and nature.

My work is made using found and recycled materials, I turn them into representations of natural habitats and create new environments. I make site specific installations, performance and 2 D works. Creatures of the Kelp is a performance designed to highlight the links between sea creature sightings and unsustainable fishing practices and the involvement of kelp. The use of colour, playful experimentation with waste materials and working in the public and community realm creates continuity and a strong sense of purpose in my work.


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Charlotte Piper is a Twickenham based artist, whose work lies between 2D and sculpture. Through drawing and textiles, material and mark-making act as metaphors for the body and its psychology, exploring identity - "who I have been and am becoming". She exhibits regularly and will be participating in several group shows during 2024. Charlotte studied at Central Saint Martins (Textile Design) and Wimbledon (MFA).

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