Welcome to the Quantock Eco Gallery.

We have invited  local photographers and artists, who share the aims and aspirations of Quantock Eco, to contribute photos and paintings of the Quantocks to enhance our website.

Each photographer/artist has his/her own page of photos or paintings.

Please click the links below to visit each page.  You will find contact details, when appropriate, at the end of their brief biographies.

Annabel Gaitskell Anderson
Annabel studied at the Ruskin School of Art in Oxford and the Colégio Municipal de Arte in Sant Cugat, Barcelona where she lived for many years.
Now back in the UK, and living again in Somerset, her paintings are inspired and influenced by the colours and contours of the surrounding countryside.
She works mainly in oils and pastels.  Subjects include landscapes, still lifes, figure drawing and portraits.
Commissions are welcomed.

Desmond Venner

Tim Stanger
Sue and Tim Stanger set up South West Images in South Devon in 1996 after taking early retirement. They moved to West Bagborough in 2008 and a small range of their local cards are sold in shops in and around the Quantocks.
Tim taught Photography at City and Guilds level in Adult Education and was, until very recently, a visiting judge in camera clubs in the Western Counties Federation.
Much of Sue and Tim’s time is now taken up as volunteers on the West Somerset Railway.

Iain Porter and the Quantock Hills ANOB Service
Staff at the AONB Service are very fortunate in that they are frequently out on the Quantock Hills early in the morning or late in the evening and so often see the hills in a wonderful light and in some marvellous weather. They also have great opportunities to see wildlife up close. Indeed, this often leads to discussions in the office about whose photos are the best!

Ian Anderson
Ian is a very well known local photographer and author.  Now retired,  he continues to enjoy the natural environment and is currently  involved in surveying otters on the Wetlands.  He is also a talented amateur musician.