The online exhibition "FORM" brings together a selection of works that explore shape, colour and light featuring abstract, figurative and still life.

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Granite on paper & oil on canvas work by Sophie Galliers

Photography and digital work by Pascal Michal Dubuis.

Meteor VII


Meteor IV


Meteor IX


Meteor V


Meteor II


The Magic Of Childhood


Tree Tops


Sophie Galliers


I am a painter working in oils and acrylic to create abstract and semi-abstract landscapes, portraits and organic work.


I was born in Shropshire and graduated from Newcastle University in 1996 with a degree in fine art, after specialising in mixed media painting. Since that time I’ve continued to paint part-time while working within art education, firstly in the Midlands and then in the South West where I’m currently based. However, I now work full-time as a professional artist, exploring themes within my painting in greater depth.


My subjects include the rural beauty of the landscape around me in England and Wales, the exploration of the natural world at a microscopic, cellular level and the expressionist qualities within portraiture.


Through the process of painting, I seek to find a balance between shapes, patterns, textures and colours and in doing so, I approach my work in two different ways. I either start with the random application of colours and marks; building up layers of textures from which shapes and compositions emerge, or I begin with a more realistic rendering of a subject or place; drawing with paint. I also try to emphasise draughtsmanship within my work, exploring the relationship between the drawn image and the abstract mark.

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Pascal Michal-Dubuis


My art practice is a device inviting the spectator to experience from multiple perspectives our familiar fields of knowledge and imagination. The material of the everyday initiates my curiosity.


I am enthralled by the capacity that art owns to take you from that space in that moment, to another space. I see my work as an idle observation of life like a doodle. Therefore, it is always in the making, constantly re-interpreting the fabric of reality.


I have used a large variety of media over the years, ranging from painting, drawing, site-specific installation, to animation and live performance. 

The ongoing “METEOR” series (gr: Meteôra, things raised up in the air. “Any atmospheric phenomenon”) illustrate this well. Series of detailed photos are shot skyward and stitched together in order to create a 360° composite image of the chosen tree… Thus, an entire series of trees’ images (different essence of trees at different seasons of the year) can be generated.

“Meteor” is a metaphoric attempt to make us think differently about the natural world. With this work, I am trying to invite the viewer to look at a simple tree from an extraordinary perspective, a new experience of reality.


Oil on board/canvas work by Bev Campbell

Acrylic on canvas work by Beth Holloway.

Still Sea


Cove Park


From Bernaray print


Storm Rising


Eilean Donan Castle


Liore Orchard


Saddell Bay


She Existed, She Mattered (pink) 

Acrylic on canvas

60x100 cm

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She Existed, She Mattered (blue) 

Acrylic on canvas

60x100 cm

Not for sale

She Existed, She Mattered (red) 

Acrylic on canvas

60x100 cm

Not for sale

Bev Campbell


Bev Campbell is a Bristol based, visual artist, who is drawn and moved by weather and the changing light it creates in the landscape. She tries to recreate these internal moods in her work.

Most of her current work is from landscapes in Scotland.She trained in printmaking at The Bristol School Of Art after a career in teaching in schools and prisons. She has moved to painting full time since 2000 as she found print was not a fluid enough medium to express landscapes.


She experiences the landscape by running, cycling and walking in it, painting preliminary sketches en plein air and collecting found objects on site to use to make marks when the sketches are worked up into oil paintings.

The paintings are a series of layers of glazes perfected and then destroyed until the desired finish emerges. The paint is applied using seaweed or grasses found in the area alongside brushes and palette knives.

Bev’s landscapes are in private collections in the U.K and France.

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Beth Holloway


Beth Holloway is a figurative painter based in South Wales who has graduated with a first in BA Hons Art Practice from The University of South Wales.

Beth is fascinated by the identity that we create for ourselves and the way it differs, but also weaves into the one that is created for us by external factors within our lives and how this affects the way we relate to others. Within her paintings she often attempts to create a visual representation of human emotions that are often difficult to translate into words.

From the artist:

"I mainly use acrylic paint. I like to paint figures, usually ones I feel are misunderstood in some way or need a little more looking into. At the moment I'm interested in how we see and interact with each other while getting carried away with our own narratives about ourselves and those around us. I find it interesting how much of these narratives are true and how much is entirely made up but become real to us because of the amount of time we spend thinking about them.


This leads me to paint in a way that looks almost like collage where bits look like they've been stuck together from different paintings and together just about create a narrative."



Pastel, oil and watercolour  drawings by Sylvia Donovan

Mixed media work by Bee Lilli.

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