New Paintings by Lucy Almey Bird
Born in 1973, Lucy grew up in rural Somerset. She was always encouraged to draw and paint from an early age and was taken on regular trips to galleries and museums, which ignited her passion for art. Lucy is completely self-taught, having not taken the conventional route through education.
She paints mostly in acrylics and takes inspiration from everyday life - especially her three daughters. Domestic scenes feature regularly in her paintings, depicting a romanticised, gentler look at life.
New Work by CJ Van Dop
CJ creates wonderful boxes using different metals - silver, gold, nickel, copper, bronze etc are used for colour where appropriate. Pieces are cut, soldered, textured, assembled and polished.
Each box is a unique study of nature and/or wildlife. His work is greatly influenced by the Japanese metal tradition.
Visit his page to enjoy the complete collection.
New Paintings by Sally MacCabe
Four beautiful little abstract paintings have just arrived at the gallery!
Sally uses a variety of materials and her work is renowned for its subtle palette of greys and soft blues.
Her abstract paintings are an intuitive exploration of texture and applied ephemera where the final outcome is unknown. Other artworks are determined by a theme or current project. The use of sketchbooks is an integral part of her process.
Some of her recent pieces involve stitch and textiles which create an interesting fusion of techniques.
New Paintings by Lucy Young
Lucy’s paintings are inspired by the joy of coastal living with all its treasures from its bobbing boats to its cheeky seagulls. She loves to capture those special moments we all cherish when by the seaside like eating chips or ice cream, building sandcastles or dipping your toes in the surf.
"I want to uplift you with my naive style and if I can bring a smile to your face then I’m happy."
New Work by Christy Keeney
We've added some fantastic new earthenware sculptures to Christy's page.
Christy was born in Co. Donegal, Ireland. He moved to London in 1984 to study ceramics at the Royal College of Art before returning home.
His work has been widely exhibited throughout the UK and Ireland.
New Paintings by Chris Forsey RI
The incredible Chris Forsey has just delivered a new collection of paintings.
Locations include - Fowey, Polperro, Gweek, St Clement, Portloe and St Michael's Mount.
Chris is exhilarated by colour and enjoys creating textured layers that allow hints of complementary hue to glow through, thus creating an exciting surface of scattered, broken colour.
He is an elected member of The Royal Institute of Painters in Watercolour (RI) and The Society of Graphic Fine Art (SGFA).
New Paintings by Mark Beresford
We're delighted to welcome Mark to the gallery!
Based in Sheffield, he is well known for his paintings of bustling cityscapes, but like many artists he is also drawn to the exquisite subject matter offered by the coast.
Originally a watercolourist, Mark recently made the switch to oil paints, which provide the perfect medium to capture the mood and atmosphere of the sea and sky.
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