Our Profiles

Trevor Brown

Trevor lives and works in the Lake District. He specialises in landscape photography, although also enjoys other subjects such as architecture and natural history. He has travelled widely, but believes that the landscape in upland Britain is unequalled in its diversity, light quality and beauty.

Trevor has had many images exhibited at local, County and National level. Largely self-taught, he has won many awards as an amateur photographer and since turning professional in 2002 has built up a loyal and growing following of customers.

Trevor has put together a gallery of his favourite photographs for you to view, and if you wish you may also purchase them at a very reasonable cost and from a choice of formats. The colour images are produced using light-fast pigmented inks. Monochrome images are printed in either inks or using traditional darkroom techniques.

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Peter Threlfall

Peter studied 3D Design at the University of Salford.
After qualifying he worked briefly for a company designing the interiors of pubs, clubs and hotels until setting up in business with a friend. Their business involved producing artist’s impressions for architects and interior designers. This still forms part of the business today.

Peter has developed his own painting style and has been selling his work very successfully over the last few years. He paints mostly in acrylics. His subjects range from Landscapes, Seascapes, Cityscapes & also figurative paintings of Cockle Pickers & Fishermen in Morecambe Bay. All are vibrant, & full of texture, as well as being expressive. Peter enjoys interpreting the interplay of light in his work.

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Caren Threlfall

Caren studied fashion design at University of Salford.
She then worked in the fashion industry as a designer of Ladies’ and Children’s wear for well-known high street stores.
A career break to have a family enabled Caren to rediscover her love of art and she began to experiment with different forms of Textile Art.

Today Caren’s uses wool & silk fibres in a ‘painterly’ way in order to create textural moody felt pieces that depict, landscapes, seascapes & floral designs. As well as felt, Caren works in other textile media including: Batiks, Silk Paintings, Hand Made Silk Paper pieces & Devore.

In addition to creating & selling her own work, Caren teaches adult classes & workshops for, Cumbria Adult Education Service as well as privately. She also teaches Art in primary schools throughout Cumbria and Lancashire.

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