Oils

Cécile Boswell Brown

Cécile Boswell Brown

I grew up in Zimbabwe, Africa and studied Fine Arts at Rhodes University in South Africa. I’ve painted and exhibited internationally and enjoyed prestigious commissions, notably ‘The Stations of the Cross ‘ in Mutare Cathedral, (Zimbabwe) and a 4m ...
Sonya Chana

Sonya Chana

Sonya has worked for a number of Insurance Companies and Lloyd's Syndicates.
Sarah Cooper

Sarah Cooper

Sarah works for MS Amlin on the Catastrophe Modelling team. Email: skippys.art@gmail.com  
Olivia English

Olivia English

Olivia is an emerging artist, working primarily in oil.  She often employs bold colours and emotive tableaux in a post-impressionistic manner, drawing upon the natural elements of the coast where she lives. Having suffered a near fatal brain hemorrhage ...
John Gregory

John Gregory

We were very sad to learn of the death in 2018 of John Gregory,  a long-time and much-liked member of the Lloyd’s Art Group - and a very talented one who usually sold most of what he exhibited in the Autumn Exhibition.  John started painting in ...
Elly Hadijipateras

Elly Hadijipateras

I have been drawing and painting from a very young age but it is only in the last ten years that I have been working on my art full time. I specialise in oil and do mainly figurative and still life. I also do a great number of commissioned portraits,...
David Hardy

David Hardy

David lives and paints in London, but is originally from Nottinghamshire. Studied Art & Design at Basford Hall College in Nottingham from 1996 to 1997 and then went on to do a Graphic Design Degree at Salford University as an Illustrator. His...
Fernanda Herford

Fernanda Herford

I come from a long line of actors, and followed in the family tradition. After bringing up my children, I trained at Heatherley’s College of Art. Working mainly in oil, my subjects include still life, urban scenes and landscape, with a stab at portraiture. ...
Linda Jensen

Linda Jensen

My work appears regularly in exhibitions. I focus on quickly executed work endeavouring to capture the epiphany of the moment, using colour to create moods, always challenging, spontaneous and engaging.   ...
Nick Martin

Nick Martin

I joined Lloyd's insurance broker J.H.Minet in 1963 and worked in the marine market as a broker for over forty very enjoyable years, finally retiring in 2005. As a boy I had been given a painting by numbers set and later, as a teenager, discovered...
Nick Matthews

Nick Matthews

I studied Art through to GCSE and A level but also enjoyed it as a hobby. I had to choose between studying Art or Design and Technology at this point and I chose the latter as a faster route to employment. I studied Industrial Design at Brunel University...

Nicola Osborne

After being involved in teaching for twenty years, it was time for a change. The skills and techniques I had spent so long carefully teaching others to do, were in need of self-expression. My stimulus is nature and in particular shape and form in...
Thomas de Ritter

Thomas de Ritter

Studying art at school I kept up my interest during future studies in Russia and work with the British Army. Both gave me the opportunity to draw and paint from a different and often unique perspective. Tom works on Lloyd’s Risk Management team. ...
Maria Rogacheva

Maria Rogacheva

Maria Rogacheva is a native Russian self-taught artist. Insurance professional. Works as an upstream energy broker at Marsh London office. Email: maria.rogacheva@marsh.com Phone: 07838 609936
Philip Sanderson

Philip Sanderson

I paint in watercolours and oils, figuratives scenes of townscapes, coastal and marine subjects. The play of light and shadow is my main aim, to make a recognisable scene attractive. I worked as a medical microbiologist dealing with laboratory diagnosis...
Helen Sandi-Edwards

Helen Sandi-Edwards

I was born in La Paz, Bolivia, in the heart of South America. I live in London, England, recently I graduated from my third year of Fine Art, BA at East London University. I am influenced by nature and cultural circumstances. My work is expressed through...
Graham Smith

Graham Smith

Most of my inspiration and reference comes essentially from two sources: nature and the interpretations of the human mind. For me, painting is the way of getting what is on the inside, out - something that I often find hard to do with words. It is...
Alain Speed

Alain Speed

Alain is an amateur artist whose work depicts people and places in London, and simple still-life. Observation is the key, any narrative which the paintings might convey are the viewers own, sometimes prompted by the title of the piece.By day Alain wor...
Jonathan Speed

Jonathan Speed

Jonathan is a self-taught artist, specialising in contemporary landscapes and seascapes. His work is inspired by the natural environment and provides a unique interpretation of the dynamic relationship between earth, water and sky. His ability to capture...
Karen Spencer

Karen Spencer

Art was always a passion of mine from an early age but as so often happens life and career can drag you away from the things you love. In finding time to pick up art again last year, I have rediscovered my love of creating and combining this with my...
Andrew Spittle

Andrew Spittle

Andrew has for many years enjoyed drawing and painting various subjects in towns and cities as well as countryside in the UK and also when travelling abroad. He generally likes to work in watercolor, gouache and oil. Andrew has developed an interest...
Marion Wilcocks

Marion Wilcocks

Marion’s work is observational, sourcing people, places and objects to form her compositions. She draws prolifically and works in oils and watercolours, and her subject matter is widespread, but probably mainly figures, the built environment and c...
Joanna Wright

Joanna Wright

A lifelong compulsion to create, combined with a genetic rather than academic ability to do so has been a true gift. As with most artists, I paint or sculpt what I find most beautiful or inspiring. I spend my time between the UK and the USA and welcome...
Pau Ling Yap

Pau Ling Yap

Pau Ling was awarded the Aon prize in the 2017 Lloyd's Art Group Exhibition for her mastery across oil, pencil and charcoal. Her journey in art began at a young age in Malaysia where she trained in Chinese Ink Painting from age 10 and had her first...