British Watercolorists
The British School extended to the Commonwealth

British artist Mark Elsmore deploys treasures of realistic perfection in his vast compositions. Attached to his native region, Staffordshire, but loving to travel, he seeks to capture the hidden beauties of the city.


Ian Ramsay paints what he feels, boats but also landscapes, from Oregon where he settled or from his native England. His work is exclusively watercolor and is, for the most part, in a figurative style.


David Poxon is fascinated by weathered objects and abandoned places that have a history. To report on the "reality" of subjects which are the everyday Chooses, humble, neglected, objects and places of work of man.


British artist Naomi Tydeman paints the night lights of Wales. She appreciates the unpredictable, spontaneous, independent, categorical and voluntary nature of watercolor.


David Paskett was born in 1944 in London. He studied fine art at Hornsey College of Art. His distinctive watercolour technique is founded in oil and tempera painting with emphasis on drawing. Intrigued by still life groupings seen on streets and waterways, his work is characterized by detail, clear shadows, controlled tone and rhythmic repeated pattern.


In love with color, Shirley Trevena relies on her only instinct to paint. Composition, tones, texture effects: everything is achieved in total independence from the rules. Thanks to her, we understand better how the act of creation is inseparable from a certain freedom.