Louise Diggle was born in 1966 and studied at the City and Guilds and CCAT. She is a council member of the Small Paintings Group and Chelsea Art Society. Her work is about the transient moment; the rapidly changing light, colour and seasons and how it transforms people, buildings and objects. She always works ‘en plein air’ and mainly in pastel, which she feels suits the fragility of time. Current projects include iconic London and events and life on the Thames. A trip to Rajasthan is planned in the spring. Crowds often feature, from Hungerford Bridge to Stamford Bridge or along the banks of the Ganges or Lake Pichola. She exhibits regularly in London and has a biannual studio show at Wimbledon Studios.