I have always been drawn to the creative arts, from my hairdressing days in the 60/70s to copying miniskirts from Mary Quant and Biba.
I was tutored in the 1980s at Windsor College’s Embroidery City & Guilds course by the world-renowned textile artists Jan Beaney and Jean Littlejohn.
When you arrive at Sarah’s house, the beautifully planted tubs and window boxes suggest that it belongs to a particularly artistic gardener. When you step into her front room and see the array of paintings depicting meticulously drawn flowers and vegetables, you realise just how talented this artist and gardener is!
Alex and Anna Ebdon
David Wiseman is a prolific painter, art teacher, loving father and a big admirer of nature. Above all David is a great storyteller through his vibrant acrylic paintings, which look perfectly alive and in constant change like nature itself.
A mural depicting an abundance of magnificent flowers cascades over the hallway walls and the ground floor is hung with an array of beautiful painting and prints. This is clearly the home of an artist! In fact there are two artists here – three you count Alex and Anna’s seven year old daughter Molly, who has already sold several of her portraits of pets and toys, raising money for the cancer charity, Myeloma UK, and even designing a Christmas ecard for them.