Anteros Studio Holders

Julia Cameron

Julia is a photographer who works with two main themes. The first is landscape photography producing evocative, and often almost abstract images that capture the landscape with a fresh perspective. She is passionate about Norfolk, particularly the sparseness of the coast and big skies that make her feel very small and in awe of her surroundings. She mainly takes her landscape photographs in winter, when the skies are delicate greys and there is a cloak of mist across the whole vista or haze on the horizon. Favourite spots are North Norfolk beaches at Holkham and Holme and the wonderfully desolate Breydon Water near Great Yarmouth.


The second strand of her work is the reworking of vintage photographs to produce new, contemporary interpretations. Small original photographs in sepia become large colourful images using a range of photographic techniques. In her current project she is using her own family album and the results will be shown in a solo show in late summer.


Julia has an MA in Public Art and Design from Chelsea College of Art and prior to moving to Norwich in 2001 was a lecturer in Art and Design in Surrey. She exhibits her work in Norfolk, Suffolk, London and Budapest and in 2016 was the winner of the Norfolk Contemporary Art Society Prize for an outstanding work of art. Judges described Julia’s artworks as “quiet elegiac landscape photographs”.


Lara Cobden

Lara Cobden is a figurative painter living and working in Norwich, Norfolk. After graduating with a degree in Painting at Brighton University in 1996, she spent 11 years living on Valentia Island in Ireland before relocating to East Anglia. Focusing on memory and sense of place, her paintings are a response to the natural world around her. 

She is a member of The Arborealists, a group of artists specialising in the art of trees, who exhibit widely across Europe. Her work has been exhibited in the UK and internationally and has been a recipient of a number of awards. In 2019 Lara received the Chairman’s Purchase Prize at the ING Discerning Eye, was a finalist in the Westmorland Landscape Prize and was awarded second place in the 2019 Lynn Painter-Stainers Prize.



Mobile: 07507 686466

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Instagram: @laracobden

June Croll

June is a weaver/textile artist. Weaving by hand on traditional-style looms she produces unique contemporary woven textiles. Woven with delicate dyed and painted threads, especially silk, work ranges from gossamer-fine silk scarves to woven transparencies and 3D pieces.

Tuition and workshops are available.



Annie Hudson

Annie Hudson’s work is about exploring the landscape through drawing. She visits outlying coastal and mountainous regions of Britain, and in the studio translate studies and found natural objects into paintings, monotypes and in depth drawings. Annie is fascinated by the power and also the fragility of the land, and aims to express something of the dynamism of geology.

After gaining a Post Graduate Certificate from the Royal Academy Schools London, she moved to the West Country and later for 12 years lived and worked in Cumbria.
Annie has exhibited widely since 1976, including the RA Summer Exhibition, the Mercer Gallery Harrogate, and is represented online and at Art Fairs by the Watermark Gallery.



Phone: 07813 772 968



Belynda Sharples

Belynda is both a designer and painter. Initially trained in Interior Design, in the last 15 years she has worked with her husband, Robert Hamlin-Wright in his printing business. The print-work factory is based in Norfolk and prints wallpaper and fabric using traditional printing methods for some of Britain’s most talented designers. Belynda launched her own wallpaper collection 10 years ago and recently presented her first fabric, with new designs soon to be released. Her range of homewares can be found at

Belynda’s paintings and ceramics work in parallel to her textile practice.  Motifs in the form of flowers, furniture and textiles display an overriding theme of domesticity and the everyday.  Her paintings are not merely decorative and joyful on the surface but on closer inspection show an instinctive ability to use colour and brush marking to convey the world around her that she has spent a lifetime observing. She has recently turned her hand to pottery, and is finding exploring glazes and their properties both fascinating and rewarding.


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