Ocean View



  • We are delighted to introduce Jill Fanshawe Kato to Marine House. A student of Chelsea School of Art, she studied ceramics in Tokyo from 1973 to 1977, and then taught at Goldsmith’s College from 1977 to 1944. Jill has exhibited all over the world and her ceramics reflect her interest in the natural world.
  • New to Steam Gallery is Sue Luxton who has recently been accepted as an Academician by the SWAc and we are thrilled to have her charming oil paintings composed of harmonious shapes and colours showing life in the countryside in England and the Greek islands
  • John Donaldson, Marine House  has visited the gallery to deliver a new collection of local oil sketches featuring Lyme Regis, Beer, Seaton, Topsham. Priced from £750 they have a light painterly use of oil with beautifully observed textures.
  • Mel Cormack-Hicks creation of paintings in “plein air”offers her the opportunity to explore both colour and mark making using both final daubs of paint and flashes of ink. Her work has to be seen in Marine House.
  • Nigel Sharman‘s  paintings of landscapes, harbours, boats and still lifes are semi abstract but with a strong figurative aspect to them. His work is on sale at Marine House
  • John Hammond  has recently produced a delightful set of English countryside originals.  With his incredible talent he remains one of England’s leading acrylic artists.
  • Peter Layton‘s wonderful new works, Shibori, Marrakesh and Blue Blossom are now in Steam Gallery, each design is temptingly wonderful and shouldn’t be missed!
  • Steam Gallery is lucky to have three of the  idiosyncratic and charming deck chair  paintings from the late Andy Wood.
  • Meg McCarthy has just delivered  two of the most charming and mystical paintings, her amazing talent just shines through.