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 Europe. She has published six books has made a number of appearances on national TV, is a regular contributor to the Leisure Painter magazine as well as online painting websites. She has exhibited and demonstrated at the Mall Galleries London, in East Anglia and in France. She was recently honoured with a Bank of England portrait commission. She has recently moved from France to live back in Suffolk again.
AKE ARNEDAL is a painter from Sweden where he graduated in 1996 with a Masters 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 and the US (New York), and is represented in permanent art collections in several Swedish towns, and exhibited in Japan in 2017. As an art educator, he has recently developed and expanded the educational programmes at Skukpurens Hus an art institution in Stockholm Sweden. Ake has taught for the past ten years at the Hampstead School of Art, London teaching watercolour, abstract painting and 3D work.
ANDREW PITT has been painting in watercolour since he was eleven and is committed to painting out “in the field” all year round. Andrew has had over 20 one-man exhibitions. He has also contributed many articles to The Leisure Painter magazine and has been teaching residential painting courses and demonstrating watercolour techniques for nearly 40 years. Andrew currently shows his work at The Serena Hall Gallery in Southwold.
PAUL VOUSDEN teaches life drawing at Ipswich Institute, runs day long life classes and gives talks and demonstrations to Art Groups. He was recently Artist in Residence for Suffolk Mind in a year long project at their wellness centre, which gave rise to articles featured in Paint Magazine. His interest is studio painting of groups of people from sketches made in field observations. Paul is represented by prestigious East Anglian Galleries and continues to write for Paint.
STAN HILL was born and brought up in a village in Bechuanaland Protectorate (now Botswana). He has been involved in photography for many years. His interest began when at university in South Africa and developed later in order to record his many travels around the world. With the coming of the digital age Stan’s interest grew and covers most aspects of photography. He became President of the Pinner Photographic Club, serving for some eight years. Many of his prints have been exhibited in North West London. He has extended his interest to making audio-visual programmes which have been shown in North West London, the Chiltern Regions and it was accepted by the BBC Travel Show. Stan is a judge for various photographic competitions and gives workshops both demonstrating and teaching photography around the country.