Paul Harber trained at Chelsea School of Art and did his MA at the Royal Academy Schools.

He has exhibited widely both in London and beyond. He is regular exhibitor with the Royal Society of Portrait  Artists at their exhibitions at the Mall Galleries near Buckingham Palace. He has also exhibited at Royal Academy Summer Shows. His work is in national collections, including the Arts Council and Glasgow University. His work is largely about the human figure, but he also produces landscapes and more personal figurative work. He has a large family and in order to support them he worked for many years as a Fine Art Lecturer. After retiring he has found more time to pursue his own work. You can see more of his work at my website

He will undertake commissions.


Antonio is a  Spanish artist born in 1968, Valencia. He graduated from the University of San Carlos in Fine Art in 1996 and is a highly thought of Art Professor and Lecturer.

Antonio's work often features beautiful colours and figures transformed through subtly abstract geometric expression that enhances the curves and shapes involved. The geometric shapes in his work heighten the movement and gesture of the subjects. Having had exhibitions and works in Spain for twenty years this is his first piece to be brought to London.

Steve Fricker

Steve studied painting sat Chelsea School of Art and on graduating found his work becoming increasingly in demand and regular commissions followed. He worked for 25 years as a political cartoonist and illustrated comment pages by Tony Blair, John Major, Boris Johnson and many others. Awarded the Rhone -Poulenc prize his work has appeared in many of the world's leading newspapers and magazines as well as private and national collections. His conceptual interpretation to editorial briefs is reflected in his narrative paintings. Cityscapes and street scenes are another theme, mainly the way in which the unique quality of South Coast light dazzles and illuminates the streets of his native Brighton

Kenp Street Brighton

Oil on canvas