Aldeburgh Art Tutors
CAROLE MASSEY has been a professional artist for many years and is a very supportive and popular tutor. Accomplished in painting both landscapes and portraits in watercolours, pastels and acrylics, she has tutored courses and painting holidays in East Anglia and in Europe. She has published seven books and has made a number of appearances on national TV, and is a contributor to arts magazines as well as online painting websites. She has exhibited and demonstrated at the Mall Galleries London, in East Anglia and in France. She was honoured with a portrait commission for the retiring deputy governor of the Bank of England, where the painting now hangs. Carole now lives in Suffolk with her husband, Eric.
ANDREW PITT has been painting since he was eleven, inspired by watching visiting artists painting the Thames sailing barges in his home town of Maldon. He is committed to painting “in the field” all year round and has had over 20 one-man exhibitions. He now exhibits almost exclusively with The Serena Hall Gallery in Southwold. He has 40 years of experience teaching watercolour and oil painting and has contributed many articles to The Leisure Painter magazine. His first book, “Seasons and Reflections: Notes on Painting in Watercolour” was published in 2019. In 2008 Town House Films produced an instructional DVD, “Watercolour: Pure and Simple with Andrew Pitt” and more recently a Vimeo download film on “Mixing Greens in Watercolour”. There are several full length video demonstrations on his website. Andrew lives in Reydon, Southwold with his wife, Rachel and her flock of chickens.
PAUL VOUSDEN teaches a weekly art course, occasional life classes and gives talks and demonstrations to art groups. His role as Artist in Residence for Suffolk Mind in a year-long project at their new wellness centre, gave rise to work taken to the House of Commons and articles featured in Paint magazine. His interest is studio paintings, in oils and acrylics, from sketches made in field observations. He has recently completed a year-long residential Diploma in Oil Painting. Paul is a member of a number of art groups and societies, has been represented by prestigious East Anglian galleries, and regularly exhibits across East Anglia. He has sold widely with works in Europe and Asia.
STAN HILL was brought up in Botswana. His interest in photography began when at university in South Africa and developed further as he recorded his many travels around the world. With the coming of the digital age Stan’s interest grew and now covers most aspects of photography. He became President of the Pinner Photographic Club, serving for some eight years. He has been ‘unofficial’ photographer for The Two Moors Music Festival and has been asked by the Director to produce a book about the Festival, providing photographs as well as writing an article about it. Many of his prints have been exhibited in North West London. Stan is a judge for various photographic competitions and gives workshops both demonstrating all around the county.
AKE ARNERDAL is a painter and mixed media artist from Sweden where he graduated in 1996 with a Master of Fine Art from Umea University in Sweden. He also has a postgraduate degree in ‘Art and New Media’ from the Art Academy at Gothenburg University. He has exhibited in Sweden, Norway, Austria, Japan, and the USA and is represented in permanent art collections in several Swedish towns As an art educator, he developed and expanded the educational programs at Skulpturens Hus, an art institution in Stockholm Sweden. In London Ake taught for 10 years at the Hampstead School of Art, teaching, watercolor, abstract painting and 3D work.
KARENZA JACKSON has been working creatively for most of her life. Growing up in the countryside, her work tends to reflect her love of the great outdoors environment and the flora and fauna within it. Sketching outside is an important part of her working practice, gathering information to take back to the studio in her garden. When she is unable to spend time out in the landscape, there are other favourite subjects of the everyday, still lifes, garden landscapes and flowers. Much of her work consists of monotypes which are one off prints with just an edition of one. In essence they are paintings made with a comprehensive armoury of printmaking techniques. It is a very flexible medium and as Karenza enjoys working in other mediums such as painting, she is able to incorporate these in her print making. Being of a contemporary and representational nature, much of her work takes her on an experimental journey, moving her work forward and keep it fresh. Karenza has a BA Hons Fine Art degree and regularly exhibits her work in and around East Anglia. Complementing her studio practice, Karenza has also run a comprehensive programme of creative workshops for many years, teaching adults, children and groups with special needs in venues in Suffolk and Essex.