Philip Hawkins very own website... a fascinating insight into how Philips' work developes from an initial idea into a finished work of art, be it steam trains, diesels or railway stations and buildings.
Would you believe that this is John Austin's very own website?
If you would like to own a John Austin original this
is where to buy.
Guild member Wynne B Jones GRA - His website is devoted to landscapes, portraits and - of course - railways.
David Charlesworth is a full member of the Guild of Railway
Artists and past winner of Derbyshire's prestigious Silver
Digital art and design by Associate Guild member, Steve
Chris Ashmore GRA - drawings and paintings of locomotives worldwide.
This website features some of the work of the late Peter
Owen Jones GRA. Peter was an excellent artist and all-round
decent chap - He is deeply missed by the Guild.
A fine collection of artwork by the celebrated illustrator/artist
and Guild member: Nick Hardcastle.
Eric Bottomley's online print shop and gallery.
Commercial illustrator, graphic designer and artist Gerald
Savine - railway prints by Gerald can be viewed and
purchased via his website.
Stephen Warnes GRA. View the Gallery Guide to view over 70 of his paintings and prints.
Illustrations and sketches by Simon Bowditch GRA. Simon's a founder member of The West Somerset Railway Association and was one of the support crew with The 6000 Locomotive Association in 1971 on the Return to Steam Rail Tour with G.W.R. King Class 4-6-0 'King George V'.
John Cowley's website - there are art and photo galleries plus info on all John's
Rob Rowland GRA - Rob paints not only railway scenes, but also classic British landscapes and even pub signs.
The technical illustrations and locomotive profiles created by Matthew Cousins.
Kate Sullivan... Drawings and photographs celebrating the
beauty and mystery of public transport.
When just 16, Craig Tiley became our youngest member. His
website features not only railway paintings/sketches,
but aircraft and motoring art too.
Albert Lawrence Hammonds A.L.H - prints, drawings, paintings...
Trains, trams and portraits by Robert Nixon.
Frederick James Taylor - Fred started working life down the mines of northern England and has had a variety of careers since. He joined the Guild in 2007.
Member: Ivan Clark - has been painting and drawing since being old enough to hold a brush or a pencil.
Online portfolio of Mark Langley - illustrations, paintings and sketches.
Kevin Parrish - member of the Guild since 1993. Kevin is a traditional freehand oil painter, who turned professional artist in 1995.
Terence Cuneo: prints / books / exhibitions and more.
Pastel and watercolour artist Ruth Grinsted from Norfolk.
Paintings by Michael K Vaughan - steam locomotives, the railway environment and railway related subjects.
Joe Townend - Although Joe can paint pretty much anything, railways are definitely his favourite subject matter.
The great David Shepherds' website - featuring his passion
for wildlife preservation - The David Shepherd Wildlife
Dreamland amusement park home to the UK's oldest wooden roller-coaster scenic railway.