A. Richard Allen
Cecil Beaton
Sin Bozkurt
Harry Brockway
Chris Brown
Darren Coffield
Annabel Elgar
Slawka Gorna
Carolyn Gowdy
Ed Gray
Gris Grimly
Marcelle Hansellar
Lynn Hatzius
Alice Herrick
Aly Helyer

Susan Hiller
John Holder
Nick Jolly
Oleg Kantorovitch
Keeler & Tornero

Abigail Larson
John Lawrence
Clare Melinsky
A.M. Parkin
David Richardson
Kate Rolison
Paul Sakoilsky
Uwe Schramm
Chris Semtner
Theatre of Dolls
Eleanor Tomkins
EC Woodard
Florence Welby





Florence Welby

Florence Welby was born in the beautiful Sussex countryside, where she still lives. She studied at Falmouth and then at Leeds, Lille and Grenada.

Florence's style is both distinctive and quirky. She prefers to use more traditional illustrative techniques such as pen and ink, watercolour, drypoint and etching. The sense of heritage conveyed by her illustrations is derived not only from her techniques and tools, but also the subjects that she chooses to depict. Florence's artwork tends to be of odd, forgotten and otherwise useless objects, which she hopes are given a new lease of life in her drawings.

Florence has provided images for poster designs. Following a course in book-binding Florence has illustrated and bound some of her own stories.

Florence is heavily inspired by the work of Michael Gondry, Sylvain Chomet, Joann Sfar, Odilon Redon, Paul Klee and intricate stencils, pop-up books and nature.

The artist will be making a new work specifically for the Party Show.