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Artists in Residence at South Hill Park

South Hill Park has a number of Artists in Residence covering a variety of arts and crafts disciplines. Use this page to find out more about them.

Printmaking Artists in Residence

Heather Upton

Heather Upton is an award winning artist. She trained for her degree at Brighton and later gained an MA in Printmaking from Winchester School of Art.

Tonia Maddison

Tonia graduated with her first degree from Surrey institute of Art & Design before attaining an MA in Fine Art from Winchester School of Art in 2009. She has exhibited widely in the UK and co-founded the artist co-op ReOrsa.

Catherine Guy-Murrell, Trish Roberts & Ros Ingram

Catherine, Trish and Ros have been students at South Hill Park for many years and are key members of the Print @ the Park group. They joined the team at South Hill Park in summer 2014 keen to help expand and develop Open Access, an area which holds great potential across visual arts courses.

Ceramics Artists in Residence

Karen Marks

Karen is a mature recent graduate from UCA and has both volunteered and worked as a ceramics assistant at South Hill Park – for which we received outstanding feedback from participants. She is keen to develop her thrown porcelain installations during her residency.

Martin White

Martin is our Open Access Artist in Residence having joined South Hill Park in 2013.

Jewellery and Silversmithing Artists in Residence

Rachel Jones

Rachel Jones is an Award Winning and International Jeweller & Silversmith, selling and exhibiting her work in both the UK and Australia.

Rachel graduated from Middlesex University with BA (Hons) in Jewellery, during her four-year degree she was fortunate enough to spend six months in Australia at Curtin University in Perth on an exchange program. This enabled her to explore new avenues of learning as well as developing her work.

Rachel has worked for several notable jewellers including Tamara Gomez, Tania Clarke Hall, Ruth Tomilnson, Cathy Newell Price and Lin Cheung who designed the London 2012 Paralympic Medals.