Jane Kell

Jane Kell is a British painter currently based in London, after relocating back to the UK from Washington DC.

Jane studied a BA in History and Theory of Art at Essex University. She worked for many years in PR, including roles such as Publicity Director of Phaidon Press and Head of Press at the National Gallery in London. Jane pursued her artistic career in 2010 painting still life and landscapes inspired by British painters like William Nicholson and Mary Fedden, where colour and light were the focus.

From 2014 Jane has taught oil painting classes in West London, enjoying the contact with students and the insight different students give her. In 2017 she completed a residency in rural France painting predominantly plein air. This allowed her to deepen her connection with the landscape in a more immersive way.

Jane Kell artist image

Art & Contemporary Art

Andrew Morris

Andrew Morris trained at Harrogate College of Art and went on to study illustration at Brighton University in 1986.

After graduating Andrew worked as a commercial artist for over 15 years. He worked in most fields of illustration including advertising, design and publishing. He began teaching art and design to 16-18 year olds in  2003. Alongside his commercial and teaching career Andrew Morris has continued to develop his personal work and is now painting full time. Using the experience gained over 25 years as an artist and educator Andrew’s work is firmly rooted in the traditional techniques of observational drawing and painting.

Along side Emma Holliday, Andrew showcased classic seaside scenes in our Harrogate by Sea Exhibition. Read more about it here.

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Andrew Morris, Painter and Illustrator in his studio

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