Ann Cook lives in a village near Glastonbury, Somerset. She has photographed The Glastonbury Festival for many years covering all aspects of this unique event. Her main interest has been people's enjoyment, either performing, listening, joining in, and even larking around in sun or mud. Ann's images of the Festival have been published in periodicals and magazines around the world.
Artist & Illustrator at present working on a series of meditational drawings and paintings.
Blue Cedar Online started off as the online version of the Blue Cedar Gallery. However it has now grown to be the place where you can find one of the largest selections of art from Somerset available to buy.
|Camelot Creations - Art, Dance, Performance|
Dechen was inspired to develop her work as an artist because she discovered the zen of seeing .
Dechen has an Honours Degree in Fine Arts from Plymouth University and is an arts lecturer at Yeovil College. Dechen holds full qualifications as a youth leader and as a teacher for adult learners.
Her artistic talents cover a range of disciplines including Oil Painting, Sculpture, Land Art, Water art, Photography, Film & Video, Dance, and Storytelling.
I am an artist living & working in Somerset, England. "The Extraordinary Adventures of Miss Smith" is a series of paintings / prints (40 in all) about a little old lady whose life is transformed by her belief in the power of magic.
For the past two years I have been tutored by Tiana Marie. Through the benefit of her inspirational talent I felt able to accept the offer of the Frameus Gallery to show my work. The majority of my paintings exhibited here are of recent origin.
|Fay Hutchcroft - Photographer|
Glastonbury Festival portraits from 2002 - 2005
A collection of images taken at festivals throughout the South West.
|Foxybiddy - Photograper|
My name is Lynne Newton and i would like to share with you some of the many wonderful experiences i have had whilst pursuing my hobbies and interests.
Although many of these have taken place since i moved to Somerset, there is one memoir that i have brought with me from London, and it is this that gives the name Foxybiddy to my web-site.
|Glastonbury Artist Collective|
A Facebook page for local Artists, Musicians and Talents to promote their work. This has come in wake of noticing how many fantastically talented friends I have and people I know in Glastonbury, and felt an open forum may provide an opportunity to bring a larger audience to their work.
I offer Commercial level Photography for everyone. I'm a visual creative; looking at the world through a lens is an everyday activity for me. I love capturing moments, and I aim to help people share the things they love doing - be it a family portrait, product photography for your Etsy shop, or a fashion shoot to show off a new line of clothing. From creating personal portfolio pieces, to weddings, to international marketing campaigns - no job is too big or small.
|Ingrid Crawford - Photographer|
As a environmental photographor my work has a different angle, I have often been a drawn to Permaculture sites as Permaculture is about creating sustainable human habitats with sustainable solutions to the problems facing our world. I am attracted to beauty, beautiful simple housing, gardens and people .Protests have also been a part of my life, I recorded them alongside my involvement.
Trompe L'oeil Murals and Architectural Faux Finishes
All areas of a home can be transformed and made unique. Faux windows can be created in a windowless room; perhaps an exotic vista or just an idealised view of what is there if it wasn’t for the houses in between! Walls can be painted in a soft and warm sandstone; as realistic as required, with a few cracks and fissures, or politely romantic. Awkward architectural areas can be made ‘invisible’ so that the eye glides past them. A hallway could be lent some elegant architectural details, a dining room an enveloping atmosphere, a bathroom a window with extravagant curtaining and view beyond.
|John Ogden Studio|
The Old Clinic, St John's Square
Figurative artist in working gallery. Visitors welcome.
Travel , Fashion , Beauty and Nature photography
In 2011, Julie became self-employed giving her more time and freedom to paint, her children all grown up. She discovered oils, which quickly became her preferred medium. She says she finds them very healing by their being more natural. Julie enjoys painting nature, either landscape or animals; she finds her love of the land, and its creatures, comes out in her work.
Lance Jordan has been a Photographer in Somerset for over 25 years, specialising in: Wedding Photography; Interior Photography; Landscape Photography; Portrait Photography; Promotional Product Shots; and manufacturing photo composite images to resolve planning issues and gauge environmental impact .
|Laura Ashford - Photographer|
Laura Ashford\'s style is influenced by the organic splendour which many people in our contemporary world rush by. She looks to mythology, folklore and the natural world to inspire her and spends many hours in forests and fields watching the natural light change the perception of the world. Embracing all winds and weathers, day and night, her quest to build a connection between nature and herself is expressed through the photographs within this website.
|Laurence Sharpe - Photographer|
Iv\'e always leaned toward landscape photography and I think that it is a mood or feeling that draws me to capture something in a landscape that reflects things inside of me that want to share something of how I look at the world with others...
|Made in Glastonbury|
Art & Craft from the Isle of Avalon
Made-In-Glastonbury is a collective of eight artists living & working in Glastonbury.
Their work is an eclectic mix of original art, photography, limited edition prints, silk paintings, jewellery, ceramics and reclaimed wood designs inspired by the Isle of Avalon.
Visit the Made-In-Glastonbury exhibition from May to September 2013 at the Rural Life Museum, Chilkwell St, Glastonbury BA6 8DB.
I live and work in Somerset. I have long been inspired by the countryside, in particular the levels. My work over the last three years has been influenced by the landscape. I have in, the main, chosen to use charcoal as a basis for my work, overlaid with different media such as acrylic paint, pastel and graphite powder. I feel that this is sympathetic with the subject matter, allowing me to interpret the change of light and dark. I strongly believe the freshness of the landscape has a vitality that brings new qualities to my work all the time.
|Mike Jefferies - Photographer|
Some of my photos and Timelapse films made from my phone and Canon Digital SLR Camera and self-taught, hope you enjoy...
Philip Tonkyn has worked internationally as an illustrator and was previously Director of Art at Portsmouth Grammar School. He has now returned to live and work in his home town of Glastonbury. In his more recent photographic works, Philip Tonkyn describes moments when, through the sublime fusion of landscape and light, a glimpse is revealed of an Otherworld that is deeply known in our hearts.
Several photographs are merged into large composite landscapes, recreating the experience of the place at that magical moment. These large images invite close examination but they are equally icons of meditation. Each is conceived as an eternal moment; a portal through which a deeper reality of being is found. In the case of the Sacred Sites, this perhaps accords with their original purpose.
The beautiful energies of my home town Glastonbury, have inspired me to create spiritual, mystical and 'dream like' paintings, with titles that bring messages of hope, comfort and tranquility. Commissions, portraits and handmade crafts as well (frames and jewellery boxes, Jewellery, coasters etc.... )
|Spring Farm Arts (at Moorlynch Vineyard)|
Welcome to Spring Farm Arts. We are a group of artists who work in and around Spring Farm, Moorlinch, and are working together to provide regular open studio events. Spring Farm Arts represents a natural progression for the artists who make up the group. We have been co-operating for several years in Somerset Arts Weeks and other joint exhibitions. We enjoyed the collaborations and it seems our visitors also relished the breadth of work available to view and purchase. The challenge is to be accessible and available while carrying on the creative process, and this venture will give us the opportunity to be -at home- to meet you on a regular basis. Painting: Jenny Graham, Anne Farmer, Nancy Farmer. Pottery: Clio Graham. Jewellery: Helen Jones.
I am an Artist & Author.
I work in a little studio in Glastonbury called Spiritvisions.