Wyecliffe Top Artists

From the intricacies of Lhouette's iconography to the storytelling of Kerry Darlington, Beatrix Potter-inspired Rozanne Bell and the charm of David Renshaw's pieces, each of Wyecliffe's Top Artists has a style for you.

From the intricate details of Lhouette's iconography to the storytelling collections of Kerry Darlington, the Beatrix Potter-inspired Rozanne Bell and the uplifting charm of David Renshaw's heartfelt pieces, each one of Wyecliffe's Top Artists own different styles fitting for your preference...

Lhouette
Kerry Darlington
Rozanne Bell
David Renshaw
Gary McNamara
Paola Cassais
Anne Blundell
Becky Smith

Lhouette


Elements of Lhouette’s early techniques can still be glimpsed within his more polished artworks of today through the use of raw materials such as forklift pallets and other industrial throw-offs. This striking binary between the old and new and the raw and the refined, is the major juxtaposition inherent to Lhouette’s work.

Kerry Darlington


Artist Kerry Darlington's deep connection with the things that inspire her is one of her most compelling qualities. The clear fervour she projects into her artwork of Peter Pan, Alice in Wonderland, The Wizard of Oz and fairy-tales such as Snow White & Rose Red has attracted thousands of like-minded admirers worldwide.

Rozanne Bell


Rozanne Bell recreates her passion as the artist swiftly introduces her botanical draughtsmanship to the abundant flora and fauna of England. Whilst the extraordinary colours, light and contrasts of Zimbabwe has been the backbone for Bell's Beachscapes and coastal scenes with a curtain of lush flowers waving happily in sun drenched joy.

David Renshaw


Renshaw’s oil paintings are a source of great pleasure and contemplation for him. With the addition of David's feature couple, ‘Ted and Doris’, his work puts him firmly into powerful, dramatic environments, particularly with his dynamic landscape works; the perfect fusion of the epic and the intimate.

Gary Mcnamara


An open-minded painter when it comes to his creative process, Gary McNamara experiments with different mediums and techniques to create unique portraits – Gary loves the freedom to express each unique subject and each distinct feature. The middle east acts as a driving influence for his works as the culture excites him for its flamboyant style.

Paola Cassais


With a strong belief in the power of art to confront and transform issues, Paola’s commitment to the environment and communities influences her artwork: creating beautiful landscapes and populations, reduced down into pure colours, shapes and impasto figures.

Anne Blundell


Many of the recurring characters in Anne Blundell's work tell the tale of daily life. Some of her naïve work has been inspired by Cornish Harbours, while other work depicts the English Lake District in all its glory. Her bright palette of colours, employed in each painting, imbues the scenes with all the gaiety of fondly remembered Summer Holidays.

Becky Smith


With an adoration for nature found during exotic travels, many collections focus on the concept of paradise with flora and fauna in abundance. Wildlife can be traced to Becky Smith's love of animals; whales can be found amongst the stars, and jellyfish electrify in the oceans. Smith encourages us all to wonder and marvel at the brilliance of natural phenomena and take note of the inner artist that can be found within.