Art, Painting Commissions and Prints from Sussex Artists

Artist: Glen Smith

Artist: Glen Smith

Bognor Rocks - Aldwick Beach - West Sussex Artist Glen Smith

Brighton Pavillion

Famous, West Sussex Landmark

Image Size: 25cm x 35cm
Art Medium: Acrylic on Watercolour Paper
Original Painting: Sold

Commissions Invited

Contact The Artist

Glen Smith

Landscape Artist

Phone: 07763 235200

Please mention the Sussex Artists website



Gallery Of Art

About The Artist

A self taught artist, Glen has painted and drawn from an early age. He has gained inspiration from the natural landscape; wide open spaces, coast, moorlands and the Downs. Glen enjoys sketching and painting places which he visited as a child and more recently with his own family.

Working mainly in acrylics, Glen seeks to capture atmosphere, mood and light in his paintings. His style is meticulously detailed and this is achieved through a combination of accurate drawing skills, followed by overpainting using pallet knife work and base colours to influence the layers above.

'Please feel free to contact me should you like any further information, buy a piece or wish to commission a painting of your favourite place.'

Art Groups

Chichester Art Society and The Royal Society of Marine Artists.


Halpern Gallery Summer Exhibition 2019 Chatham, Kent, ME4 4BP UK • 2 – 27 August 2019

The Stables Theatre & Gallery – Ups And Downs Exhibition 2018 The Bourne, Hastings East Sussex • 26 Mar – 26 May 2018

Twitter Art Exhibit 2018
Strathnairn Arts Gallery, Canberra, Australia • 7 – 29 April 2018

Chichester Art Society Annual Exhibition 2017
The Oxmarket, Chichester • 20 June – 2 July 2017

Twitter Art Exhibit 2017
ArtsHouse Stratford upon Avon, UK • 1 – 19 April 2017

Royal Society of Marine Artists Exhibition 2016
The Mall Galleries, London SW1 28 Sept – 8 Oct 2016

Chichester Art Society Annual Exhibition 2016
The Oxmarket, Chichester • 14 – 26 June
Visitors favourite exhibition piece – voted first and second place

Twitter Art Exhibit 2016
Trygve Lie Gallery, New York • 31 Mar – 21 April 2016