I am a relief printmaker, recently returned to Northamptonshire after living abroad for 8 years. My work approaches topics of identity, personal history and memories, and I find inspiration in old belongings, found objects and listening to peoples’ stories. My love for printmaking was born out of my time living in Mexico, where I learnt most of what I know regarding the technique and its’ various applications. The images included here are from a series of prints, collectively titled ‘The Debris of Miss Irene’, where I reworked some old photographs I bought in what we would describe as a flea market, in a southern district of Mexico City.
I am able to provide “graphic migration” relief printing workshops (easily transportable and without the necessity of a printing press), and my work is also available for sale. If you would like to inquire about the workshops I can provide, the work I have on offer, commissions or anything else of interest, please feel free to contact me via my email address (firstname.lastname@example.org) or through my social media (Instagram) account.
I mostly do small pen and ink illustrations, and have recently focused on animals drawing a different animal each day for 100 consecutive days. I draw anything and everything normally from landscapes and buildings to people and pets. My style varies a lot between graphic and realistic.
I live and work in the beautiful South Northamptonshire countryside with a view of the River Nene and fields around me. I find this very inspirational and feel very fortunate to have such lovely surroundings while I create. I originally studied in Cornwall under the tutelage of Rod Walker, Jason Wason and the late Colin Scott among others. I particularly love the impasto style of working – Fred Yates is one of my favourite artists. I mostly work in acrylics but can also do commissions in oils or watercolour. I have had works shown in galleries in the county and also in the Isle of Man where I lived until recently.
A keen mountain explorer I also paint “en plein air” locally to my home and in the Peak District and Lake District, as well as the Welsh Hills and the Scottish Highlands
A full member of the Northampton Town & County Art Society, I am also a member of the Northampton based Network Arts Group and the Rugby & District Art Society.
I provided the illustrations for a book on Wainwrights ‘Pennine Journey’ – edited by David Pitt, with maps by Ron Scholes, published by Francis Lincoln June 2010 and I featured in ‘Inside out – Cumbria & the North West’ – BBC TV. Now available by the same team is a similar volume on the Howgills Fells published by Lincoln Press in 2013.
I am currently working with Ron Scholes on a further Wainwright book publication due 2018
A well established Northampton based artist, my portraits and figurative work is strongly influenced by the classical atelier techniques of Caravaggio, Velazquez and Singer-Sargent. My work is developed from my extensive use of life drawing sketches, my own imagination and digital media, and this includes my landscape paintings, where I focus strongly on the light, colours and shapes of the English countryside.
Working mainly in oils, I also use acrylics and charcoal for my art and paintings. I am a member of the Northampton Town and County Art Society, and I am available for commissions whether in oils, acrylics or pencil/charcoal drawings.
Now based in Corby, I grew living in the shadow of Pendle Hill which inspired my early love of myths and legends. This inspired me to paint mythology and folklore from both the United Kingdom and from further afield. Taught to paint in acrylics at a young age, I have recently diversified into digital artworks, an am enjoying the challenge of learning a new medium.
The more untraditional the subject matter, the better – I love painting obscure mythology because of the lack of references. Whilst my original paintings are on canvas and finished with metallic paint to bring life to the subject, I wanted to make my work more accessible. This inspired my unusual approach to limited edition prints – there will only ever be 200 prints of a painting regardless of what sizes the prints are. This means that more people can enjoy fine art prints in their own homes.
I mainly use acrylic paint but also like to use soft pastel, charcoal and watercolour pencil to create realistic wildlife and animal art. I use stretched canvas or art paper and offer art prints on some of my artwork.
On some of my bigger paintings I like to apply a colourful background to give it a modern feel and stand out.
Presently my work is towards semiabstract paintings in relation to found objects rust and decay.
My Artistic vision historically to JMW Turner by loose expressive brush strokes and the diverse use of colour and light. Some of my recent paintings are abstract expressionism and some are semiabstract works relating to found objects within the landscape and the historical layering revealing histories they evoke,I continue to research relevant artists to evoke new works and findings
Illustrations and portraits of men, women, children, wildlife, pets, landscapes & still life, depicted on an array of items, such as stationery and textiles. Private commissions offered also. Mainly work in my favourite medium: soft pastel, but able to work in watercolours, acrylic, pen and ink, with fabric pens & pigment markers. Love Art and colour and beauty.
My visual attractions are both people and the outdoors. Whether that be separate within my work or together. I began as a portrait painter and have always used this subject in my practice. My work on nature has come from a want to bring the outside in. These two fuel my need to create visual art being it drawing, painting, print making or mixed media.
I love giving everyday people of all ages an opportunity to be creative. Creativity helps you see things differently and makes life infinitely more interesting and fulfilling.
My name is Jacqueline and I am the owner of Jacqueline’s Pet Portraits. I specialise in pet and animal portraits using high quality graphite and colour pencil. I have completed a colour pencil art course in which I gained a ‘merit’ and I am currently half way through a diploma in pet and animal portraits.
The main medium which I work in is watercolour, but I also sometimes work in graphite. I have mostly experienced in portraits, but my current focus and interest is creating paintings of seascapes and landscapes.
I live in Northampton and I have been painting with watercolours for several years, and love the delicacy and transparency of the medium. I like to experiment with different subjects, styles and techniques’, expressing whatever inspires me in the moment. I also paint in oils and enjoy drawing with ink. I enjoy sketching locally and when on holiday, and I belong to Urban Sketchers Northampton.
I am completely self taught, and started drawing in 2017. Since then I have fine tuned my skills to specialising in both pets and endangered species. I aim to create realistic artworks in either pastel, coloured pencil or charcoal.
Using the proceeds from sales, I work with conservation organisations to raise funds and awareness for the protection of wild species.
I am an artist from East Northamptonshire that uses wood and resin as a medium to create contemporary art. I first started to create wooden art in 2016 with simple wooden bowls. I combine colour, texture, and form to create exquisite pieces of art. I am often seen mixing materials, applying gold or other metal and even fire to the wood. I have sold my pieces in France, Spain, USA and in the UK. I am open to discuss commission work. Please visit my website to see more of the items that I have created.
I work in Acrylic and Digital, surreal and nature images.
Based a few miles outside of Towcester Northamptonshire. I work in a variety of mediums from Acrylic, Pencil, Charcoal and Digital.
I have worked as a designer for more years than I care to mention but have always liked to draw and paint both in my role as a designer but also for my own enjoyment.
At the start of the Pandemic in 2020 my design work dropped off so I decided to use my time to create more artworks. I hope you like the results.
My desire as a visual artist is to create images that evoke meaning and stimulate a response that allows the viewer to ponder their own existence and the origin and sustaining force behind all that exists, to reflect on our actions and how it impact nature and people around us. However I do believe as an artist I should be able to cover any subject matter and so I accepted commissions, whether its portraits, landscape or any painting or drawing tailored to your specification. My style or painting or drawing is realism and representational.
I have painted and taken lessons since I am 7. I have always done it for leisure, and I have always tried to be as close to the reality as possible, while still giving it a style that makes it different than a photo. Watercolour painting is helping me in that way.
I like to go in the streets when the weather is good, because I think homes, buildings and streets are a really nice subject to paint. I also like drawing and painting faces and bodies, and I try to create compositions sometimes.
I have currently six different unique designs lovingly created and digitally printed and personalised often on to items made to order. My latest 2019 design is a champagne bottle and balloons to be a celebration theme that can be personalised for that special someone or event.
Reality: Is the world the way we think it is? In what ways might our version of reality be distorted? Does it matter? Is there Absolute Truth? Can the Truth ever be fully known?
Perception: Reflections and refractions play with our perception, as does our inclination to see patterns in the random. In what sense is what I’m seeing ‘real’?
Our natural instinct is to make sense of the world and our place in it. Towards that end, my work explores the tension between reality and perception, to create spaces where we can make up our own narrative in complete safety.