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deepspacestudios

There are several rentable art studio spaces at deepspaceworks from £95 per month when available.
The studios range in size from 100 to 375 square feet.
To enquire about renting an art space please contact Su at [email protected]works.co.uk .

deepspacestudios are currently home to the following artists:

In-house artists:

Su Billington
Slices, field press series, ink on paper
Love for curating combined with interest in self portraiture are realised in works that draw on the performance of experience; perform the experience of drawing; experience the performance of drawing. Current work also includes ‘Field Press Series’ – an attempt to archive the material elements in life that tame the free spirit.
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Sophia Bloxham
Sophia Bloxham
“My work is delicate & decorative with a feminine character and gravitates toward the tactile as I draw inspiration from pattern, texture and intricate design and my passion for handmade craftwork.”
Lucy Boden
Lucy Boden
Lucy is a freelance illustrator specialising in illustration for children, creating her images from bright, clean gouache colours and experimenting with detail, character and narrative. She is currently represented by Plum Pudding Illustration agency.
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Indy Cantillon
Indy Cantillon
“I have a compulsion to paint and draw; scraps of paper, canvas, skin – much of it gets discarded, but sometimes I keep pieces and work them to some kind of conclusion. The process of creation is more important to me than the finished work.”
Jared Gilbey
Jared Gilbey
Jared, born 1968, is an artist and illustrator who grew up in Cornwall, England. He attended Falmouth School of Art to study Technical illustration before moving to London where he produced illustrations for many major national and international clients.
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Tony Heath
Tony Heath
Tony’s work, described as unrestrained, invigorating, determined, exciting and ambitous praises the pleasures of colour and movement in a style which is both vibrant and original. He has sold various works in England and America.
Pippa Mills
People in the Rain
“I am inspired by memories of places visited, buildings, structures – inside and out and the people that move among them. Surface, texture and the feel of the paint are very important to me. I often paint over old paintings allowing the colour and tone of previous layers to guide me.”
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Fumio Obata
Fumio Obata
Fumio is a comic book artist who specialises in sequential image design. Also a lecturer in Art and Design as well as an illustrator, his work takes influences from both European and Japanese esthetics.
Janie Ranger
Janie Ranger - Soft Cell
Mixed media work both in 2d and 3d, which shifts between the real and the abstract, exploring the retrieval and intertwining of memories, dreams and imaginings.
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Karen Roberts
Karen Roberts
“Following 19 months working as a TV journalist in Beijing, I returned to Cheltenham with a need to express -on canvas- my China experience. The political, cultural and environmental challenges of daily life there form the essence of a series of contemporary landscape oil paintings: ‘Smog – with Chinese Characteristics’.”
Sophie Starkey
Sophie Starkey
Just starting out, Sophie produces mixed media pieces inspired by found objects, personal histories and experiences. She uses traditional and digital methods together to develop a unique style. Commissions and portraits are also available on discussion.

Associate members:

Sally Allen
Sally Allen - A Sunny Day
“Drawing, printmaking and artists books are my main loves, although I can be found painting, whittling, beading, crafting dream-catchers and moccasins too. Deep ecology, energy and the beautiful, natural world we are a part of are strong undercurrents in all I do, especially my art.”
Max
Max
“I get accused of being obsessed with vultures. This is not the whole truth. I am also obsessed with owls.”
Caroline Payne
Caroline Payne
“I am primarily a painter working in Oils. Drawing is also an important part of my practice, as well as exploring different ways to make work using printmaking and mixed media.”
Penny Payne
Wasteland vii
“For some time I have been looking for an alternative way of painting with a radical move from what attracts me most. This body of work is made with the removal of colour and direct observation. These are invented landscapes. Designed space. A visible definition of a place with no humanising qualities.”

Former members:

Helen Bridgeman
Helen Bridgeman
“I love to play with colour & materials, letting things happen in a random way with abstract results. Using oils, acrylics, plaster, glue gun, wire & beads I produce interior design canvases for businesses and people’s homes and am stimulated by the challenge of incorporating suitable images, techniques and colour schemes in keeping with the interior of a room.”
P Cassidy-Flint
P Cassidy-Flint
Sympathetic to the vulnerability of all living things, I use various mediums from paint to drawing materials to distill the essence of the subject through colour and texture.
Felix Wilkinson
Felix Wilkinson
“Influenced by contemporary urban life, I find inspiration in the confusion & fleetingness of busy crowded streets, the overlooked and unloved spaces at the edge of town & city that often hold an eerie feeling of insecurity and, yet, an odd sense of freedom.”

You can see a gallery of some of the art studios at deepspaceworks below:


If you’re interested in renting an art studio in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire please contact Su at [email protected] or 07974 697666.