I was born on Merseyside in 1959 and went to Newcastle University, where I gained a BA(Hons) in Fine Art in 1981. My work is abstract but takes its inspiration from different sources, including derelict buildings, graffiti, and jazz.
Pretty much a journal of the world I inhabit, or the world that inhabits me. Recording the icons, archetypes and signposts I encounter.
Gideon Pain is a painter from Waterbeach. He has lived in the village of the past 10 years and works out of a small home studio. He exhibits regularly nationally and internationally and has pieces within private and public collections in the UK, USA and China.
I’m an engineer, photographer and artist mainly focused on landscape, cityscape and travel subjects. This is my second time exhibiting at Cambridge Open Studios, the last time was back in 2011. My favourite works are my Hand Painted Photography canvases which I will be exhibiting this year.
Bespoke millinery. Textile artist who has specialised in millinery since training at Kensington and Chelsea under Noel Stewart.
Richard is a landscape and street photographer, a field sound recordist and sound installation artist.
I work as The Claysmith producing decorative ceramic items, drawing on inspiration from typeface, nature and in this show, work has been influenced by the some of the prints of Louise Bourgeois. I am exhibiting framed tiles, vases and jewellery.
Individual hand-built ceramics. Organic forms inspired by my love of nature. Both sculptural and functional. Shown alongside jewellery and cards.
Screen prints inspired by travel, created using overlaying colour. Prints are created from photographs which I have taken while travelling.
Primarily, my work involves narrative and I aim to capture the atmosphere or essence of the text as much as possible.
Theo Gayer-Anderson is a sculptor based in Waterbeach. He has worked in many media including ceramic, stone and bronze.