James Warwick

James Warwick is a wildlife photographer based in the south of England. In his own words: “I try to capture 'decisive moments' in nature and show wildlife contextually in its environment. I enjoy the process of trying to create memorable and beautiful pictures and I hope that they will inspire people in some way to care about and conserve the natural world. Photography is a unique 'independent art' and like most wildlife and nature photographers, I do not digitally manipulate my pictures as I feel that it is inappropriate to my style of work which concentrates on documenting and interpreting natural history events as I see them in wild and free conditions.”

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Philip Hodgkinson
Jeremy Bournon

This page is all about Jeremy Bournon and his artwork. He is primarily a landscape painter working from a home-based studio in Repton, Derbyshire. Blue Leopard offers Jeremy’s paintings to its clients with their wonderful framing options to help connect the artwork with their clients’ interior design schemes.

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Philip Hodgkinson
Sam McConnell

By the beginning of the nineties Sam McConnell had been working as a free-lance photographer for over ten years during which time he had been approached by both Magnum and Black Star photo agencies in New York and also claimed one of Athena’s best-selling posters.

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Agwa

Agwa’s work stems from the conclusion that creating culture has the benefit of binding non genetically or environmentally related beings to one another. The uniquely human act of creation enables us to attain our most valuable assets, each other. Agwa holds this principle in all that he creates, allowing him to create work for its cultural significance rather than it’s reference to modernism. 

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Alice Watt

Alice is a painter and textile designer based in London. She finished her Foundation Diploma at Chelsea College of Art and then went on to complete her BA Honours Degree in Textile Design at Central Saint Martins. Inspired by the drama of nature, Alice's paintings are a form of visual story telling. Using sweeping brush strokes and luminous colours Alice conveys her emotional response to the natural world through the use of paint.

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Tom Wye
Imogen Man

After obtaining a diploma in Fine Art at Wimbledon Art School, Imogen then studied under Rosie Sanders and at RHS Wisley focusing on botanical drawings. In 2003 Imogen enrolled at Charles Cecil Studios in Florence, Italy, learning the importance of drawing and painting from life with natural light using a technique called sight size.

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Jonathan Speed

Jonathan is a self-taught artist, specialising in contemporary landscapes and seascapes. His work is inspired by the natural environment and provides a unique interpretation of the dynamic relationship between earth, water and sky. His ability to capture the essence and drama of these elements and their reaction to light captivates the observer. Working in oil, he produces paintings full of atmosphere and a projection of vast open space. His work features landscapes set at dusk with the setting sun and brooding shadows of mountains as well as energetic seascapes of cresting waves.

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