These seven artists are all members of 2D3DSOUTH Contemporary Arts, a group of Painters,
Printmakers and Sculptors most of whom received their training at Southampton. They exhibit
singly and collectively in the South of England, as far out as Cornwall and The Royal West of England
Academy, and also in London where, more recently, they showed at the Mall Gallery
Jackie Green Jackie uses Still Life as a starting point to obtain different levels of abstraction and
ambiguity. She has a strong affinity with Cornish Art and has working galleries in Penzance and
Wendy Paxford Whilst being inspired by nature and the Landscape Wendy’s work draws upon
memories and experiences rather than specific location.
Isobel Cliff Three extended visits to the Australian Rainforests have left Isobel with powerful
impressions of their multi-layered beauty and mystery and of the “presence” of their former
aboriginal inhabitants. Her paintings are an emotional response to these.
Jill Jennings Jill is inspired by the coastlines and cliffs of Guernsey and also by patterns and marks
made in the landscape from Pre-historic times, sometimes combining both of these elements.
Pamela Leatherland Pamela’s paintings and glass works are an emotional response to her chosen
theme. She likes to explore the magic and mystery within the subject and to convey these feelings
to the spectator.
Nora Raufast My series of semi- abstract sculptural images was sparked off by visits to Henry
Moore’s home and studio and his exhibitions at Kew Gardens and the Tate.
Angela Vyvyan The exuberant paintings of 80 years old Gillian Ayres has been the most recent
inspiration for Angela and for her present body of work.