“I was born into a family of artists. My family developed my sense of beauty, composition and artistic taste. At University I first studied Art as I searched for my path from a journalist career to the musical one.'
Elli Carr is a ceramic artist with a background in drawing and sculpture. She has been working with clay in a variety of ways for many years.
Joanna is a painter and printmaker who specialises in etching, multimedia painting and hybrid printmaking. Her work challenges traditional portrayals of landscape, finding new ways of recording place, scale and meaning.
Simon Cox is a journalist and photographer living in Gloucestershire whose work is primarily concerned with our perception of and relationship with the natural world.
Nicola has been producing figurative sculpture, in bronze, for over 30 years. Large commissions includes ‘Icarus’ for the London 2012 Olympic Village.
Jane Gordon Clark
Trained in Fine Art at the Ruskin School of Art in Oxford, Jane Gordon Clark now enjoys a triple career as sculptor, artist and designer.
Mark Antony Haden Ford
Environmental artist Mark Antony Haden Ford is known internationally for his woven sculptures from natural materials, and has created the 12m moustache and the circle of trees for previous Grange Festivals. (See Two Circles Design)
Heather Jansch (1948–2021), was a renowned British sculptor whose lifelong passion was to achieve mastery of the equine form.
Charlie Langton is committed to the Classical principles of the old masters, underscored by a thorough understanding of equine anatomy and a love for the horse.
Anthony Lloyd is a sculptor and printmaker based in Oxfordshire. His work ranges from site-specific installations and sculpture, to traditional printmaking.
Scottish artist Duncan MacAskill's work encompasses many mediums, including sculpture, performance and sound. He has repopulated The Grange landscape with two dimensional figures.
Gill Parker is an acclaimed sculptor with a passion for animals and nature.
Two Circles Design
Mark and Rebecca Ford are Two Circles Design, a working partnership creating contemporary woven environments for both public and private sectors.
Johannes von Stumm
Johannes von Stumm has a Diploma in Fine Art from the Academy in Munich/ Germany.
He is the President of the Oxford Art Society, a Founding Member of Sculpture Network Europe and a member of the Deutsche Kuenstlerbund in Berlin.
Andy Waite’s contemporary land and seascapes are essentially expressionistic in form and energy. They are a poetic celebration of the English sky and weather in all their elemental power and their abstracted quality offers an ongoing dialogue that only slowly unfolds.
David Williams-Ellis studied in Florence under the legendary octogenarian drawing teacher, Nerina Simi.
He has exhibited at the Portland, Sladmore and Cadogan Contemporary galleries, and at many international shows in Japan, Hong Kong, California, and Europe.