This project would not be so successful without the enthusiasm and generosity of our contributing artists.

If you would like to be part of the project, please contact us.
Artists are always given full credit, with links to their websites or Facebook pages wherever possible.

Contributing artists:

Christiane Allenbach (France)
Claude Ambollet (France)
Judy Barends (Holland)
Nicole Barros
Lori Bentley (South Africa)
Lindsay Berry (United Kingdom)
Melanie Bettridge (United Kingdom)
Polly Birchall (United Kingdom)
Carol Blythe (United Kingdom)
Sue Bradley (United Kingdom)
Lorraine Brown (Australia)
Rita Browne (United Kingdom)
Stephie Butler (United Kingdom)
Elisa Choi (Philippines)
Mel Collins (United Kingdom)
Jan Couling (United Kingdom)
Margot Cornish (United Kingdom)
Karin Christensen (United Kingdom)
Sabine De Rode (Belgium)
Sue Downie (United Kingdom)
Theresa Evans (United Kingdom)
Judith Farnworth (United Kingdom)
Isabel Frias de la Uz (United Kingdom)
Caroline Furlong (United Kingdom)
Isobelle Gladstone (United Kingdom)
Fran Godwood (United Kingdom)
Sarah Haynes (United Kingdom)
Beverly Hughes (United Kingdom)
Joy (United Kingdom)
Astrid Knowles Beyleveld (USA)
Isabella Kramer (Germany)
Krassimira Koleva-Lhoest (Belgium)
Maggie Latham (USA)
Chris Lockwood (United Kingdom)
Dana Mallon (UK)
Vandy Massey (UK)
Ruth McCabe (UK)
Leslie Morgan Crowley (USA)
Gillie Newcombe (United Kingdom)
Penny Newman (United Kingdom)
Ingrid Ormestad (United Kingdom)
Anthony Osler (United Kingdom)
Helen Otter (United Kingdom)
Seonaid Parnell (United Kingdom)
Véronique Piaser-Moyen (France)
Val Pettifer (United Kingdom)
Linda Purdy (United Kingdom)
Olivia Quintin (France)
Ros Ridley (United Kingdom)
Lesley Rumble (United Kingdom)
Guin Saunders (United Kingdom)
Patricia Stoten (United Kingdom)
Susanne Taylor (United Kingdom)
Anna Trevena (United Kingdom)
Deanna Tyson (United Kingdom)
Eileen Valder (United Kingdom)
Marily Valkijainen (United Kingdom)
Louise Webber (United Kingdom)
Sharon Whitley (United Kingdom)
Gillie Whittle (United Kingdom)
Clare Maria Wood (United Kingdom)

4 thoughts on “Artists

  1. How does an artist become involved?

    1. Hi Sea, Thanks for asking. You can find the details for artists on the About page under the How You Can Help heading. If you’d like to send any paintings, drop me an email via the contact page and I will send you the address.

  2. Dear Vandy,
    Warmest wishes and appreciation of this amazing project!
    It has really blessed me today looking through the vast array of paintings and also has encouraged me to pick up that paint brush!!

    1. I’m thrilled to hear that this has encouraged you to paint again.
      Best wishes,

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