Heptonstall Parish Church, Hebden Bridge, West Yorkshire in Winter – Acrylic Painting by Brighton Landscape Artist Stephen Jowitt

Heptonstall Parish Church, Hebden Bridge, West Yorkshire in Winter – Acrylic Painting by Brighton Landscape Artist Stephen Jowitt

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Artist: Stephen Jowitt

Artist: Stephen Jowitt

Heptonstall Parish Church, Hebden Bridge, West Yorkshire in Winter - Acrylic Painting by Brighton Landscape Artist Stephen Jowitt
Image Size: 60cm x 50cm unframed
Art Medium: Acrylic on Canvas
Original Painting Price: £275

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Stephen Jowitt

Brighton, East Sussex

Acrylic Landscape Artist inspired by the Downs and the coastline

Phone: 07970 067232
Please mention the Sussex Artists website
Email: jowitt@gmaarchitecture.co.uk

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About The Artist

I am an architect and started trying to paint about 6 years ago when I moved to Brighton from London. I was very much inspired by the South Downs and the coastline around Brighton.

I use acrylics and have taught myself by trial and error. I am currently trying to teach myself to paint using watercolours.

Art Groups / Exhibitions

Stephen is not currently a member of a Sussex art group or society.

Cuckmere in the Snow – Landscape in Oils – Peacehaven Artist Lorrayne Chambers

Cuckmere in the Snow – Landscape in Oils – Peacehaven Artist Lorrayne Chambers

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Artist: Lorrayne Chambers

Artist: Lorrayne Chambers

Cuckmere in the Snow - Landscape in Oils - Peacehaven Artist Lorrayne Chambers

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Lorrayne Chambers

Peacehaven, East Sussex
Landscapes, Portraits, Murals and Miniatures in Acrylics and Oils

Phone: 07983 550953
Please mention the Sussex Artists website
Email: 61rayneac@gmail.com
Website: lorrayneachambers.weebly.com
Instagram: @lachambersartist

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About The Artist

I moved to Sussex 1981 and decided to stay. I love being beside the sea.

I have no formal training, but have painted and sketched from an early age, inspired by my late mum. I have recently given up work to concentrate on what I love; my art and my puppy.

I sold my first painting when I was 18 which was a Berber tribesman to a lady in Zambia. I have sold quite a few paintings since 1978, from miniatures, to a stage backdrop. I paint mostly in oil or acrylic and will attempt any subject, although I enjoy doing portraits and pet portraits.

En Plein Air Art - Rye, East Sussex - English Landscape Artist Lorrayne Chambers

En Plein Air Art - Rye, East Sussex - English Landscape Artist Lorrayne Chambers

Brighton Pier - Commissions Invited - East Sussex Coastal Artist Lorrayne Chambers
Mini Pictures Painted to Order - Peacehaven Coastal and Portrait Artist Lorrayne Chambers
Sydney Opera House - Oil Painting - Artist Lorrayne Chambers

Art Group

I have just recently re-joined the Newhaven Art Club.

Urban Lights – Abstract Art – Crawley West Sussex Contemporary Artist Tom Glynn

Urban Lights – Abstract Art – Crawley West Sussex Contemporary Artist Tom Glynn

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Artist: Tom Glynn

Artist: Tom Glynn

Urban Lights - Abstract Art - Crawley West Sussex Artist Tom Glynn
Image Size: 68cm x 50cm framed
Art Medium: Acrylic and Mixed Media on Canvas
Original Painting Price: Please contact the Artist

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Tom Glynn

Accomplished paintings & sculptures
for the discerning collector and dealer

Please mention the Sussex Artists website
Email: enquiries@tomglynnfineart.co.uk
Website: tomglynnfineart.com

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About The Artist

Born in 1956 in West Sussex and educated at West Surrey College of Art & Design / University of the Creative Arts, (B.A. (Hons) F.A.), I enjoyed an established career as Head of Art at two leading academic independent schools and was formerly Senior Examiner / Moderator with the Edexcel Examinations Board - (Pearson Qualifications).

I have a long and varied fascination with ‘Wood’. My themes explore incongruity, archaeological qualities, visual ambiguity, pictorial and real space, political irony, symbol and humour, resulting in a wide range of outcomes made from expressively applied paint, assemblage, wood and objets trouvés that yield a plethora of colour, texture, form and spatial complexities.

Review by Dr James Fox : British Art Historian & Broadcaster

Dr James Fox, British Art Historian and Broadcaster has written my critique, available in full on my website.

“Tom Glynn is one of the most inventive British artists working today. Moving effortlessly between artforms, materials and techniques, he makes beautiful, playful and sophisticated images, infused with a deeply-felt love of the world around him”.

Dr James Fox
25 June 2020

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Brighton Sussex Mixed Media & Objets Trouvés - Contemporary Crawley Artist Tom Glynn

Exhibitions

Practising full-time since 2008, I exhibited at the Northern Young Contemporaries, Whitworth Art Gallery, Manchester. Two major grant awards were received from Southern Arts.

I assisted David Nash with Ash Dome, Blaenau Ffestiniog and was commissioned by BBRK limited, (Shepperton Studios), for a site-specific sculpture.

My art is conserved and exhibited in many private collections in the UK, Europe, America and Canada.

I was awarded 3-Dimensional / Sculpture Category and Special Recognition Category in October 2016 - Global International Open Art Exhibition, Light Space & Time Online Gallery - Featured art collection at saatchiart.com

My painting and sculpture explore the narrative of everyday events and issues; historical journeys, the paradox of objects, and the abstract qualities of both landscape and the built environment. Aspects of the Sussex landscape are significant recurring themes.

I work with a multitude of found objects, materials and techniques within the scope of both painting and sculpture, in order to harness the mystery and visual excitement created by juxtaposition, visual memory and spatial configurations - (the surrealist and dada placement of objects and images). Louise Nevelson, Joseph Cornell, Howard Hodgkin, Ivon Hitchens and William Turnbull, whom I met at his Camden Square house and studio in the 1970’s, have been especially influential. I have also been significantly influenced by David Nash, whom I also met, at his Blaenau Ffestiniog home and studio and later, assisted him with his ‘Ash Dome’ in 1976.