Valerie McLean
Valerie McLean works in Herefordshire as a painter and printmaker, interested in Book Arts. She has worked for many years as a community artist in hospitals and centres drawing on an earlier career as a trained nurse.


Valerie's work reflects and interest in places that seem set apart and my book containing artwork and collected memories about May Hill was published in 2006. The dramatic silhouette of May Hill with its clump of trees on the top has remained an unmistakable landmark down the ages and has drawn people to it to gather at important times.
A new book about the sights and spirit of Kilpeck and other churches will be published in August 2012.

Marie-Therese King
Marie-Therese King produces exquisite batik designs inspired by British birds, butterflies and flowers. She has been developing the medium of drawing and painting with melted wax for more than 20 years. Her style is individual and intricate with a strong colour sense and great attention to detail. Marie-Therese lives and works in Malvern producing original batik pictures, giclee prints and cards.

Kenji Lim
Kenji Lim uses influences and traditions of comics and story telling Art from both Eastern and Western cultures to create images that are dark, witty and strongly narrative. He uses materials that are to hand and creates work in a variety of media, often moving from expressive and painterly to tight and graphical in a single piece.

JACKIE MORRIS has illustrated all of her life, written for some of it. Her books are published in about 14 languages, and her cards are sent all over the world.
She grew up in Evesham, but now lives in a small house, made by cards and dreams, beside the sea in Pembrokeshire where she continues to write and paint.
She is currently illustrating a book for Barrington Stoke and collaborating on a project with Robert MacFarlane, a book about words, language, nature.