Artist: Ali Woolgar
Artist: Ali Woolgar
Art Medium: Acrylic on Paper
Image Size: 8″ x 12″
Original Painting: Framed and for sale £200
Prints and Greetings Cards available
Contact The Artist
Artist in Acrylic and Mixed Media
Gallery Of Sussex Art By Surrey & Berkshire Artists
About The Artist
She returned to painting following a property career and paints from home where she lives with her husband and two young children.
Over the last 20 years, her inspiration has been from the surrounding countryside, specialising in landscapes. Having grown up by the coast, she is also drawn to waterscape and reflections.
Her art reflects the contrast between the man-made and natural world. It explores being in the moment, highlighting beauty in day-to-day situations, often missed by life’s hectic pace. This is achieved by combining discarded household items such as bills and receipts, with natural foliage, before over-painting.
Selected, original works of art are available for sale and Prints, Cards and Postcards are also available.
Art Group / Exhibitions
Guildford Art Society, Dorking Group of Artists and the SAA (Society of All Artists).
Ali has exhibited at the Harvey Gallery in Guildford, at Esher Green and as part of the Something Special Exhibition for Joss Searchlight.
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