About the Artist
Nathan had this to say about his art:
“My painting, drawing and photography relates to the presence of man within an urban environment, producing associations without being direct in representational or figurative terms.
I like to use a variety of materials in my drawings and paintings, such as charcoal, graphite, ink, acrylic and aerosol paint. I also experiment with photography. The photographs tend to be abstract like my paintings, and I try to approach them as I do my paintings, in both subject matter and image construction.”
2007 ‘Love Arts Manchester’ (MCR Art Fair), GMEX, Manchester. GROUP.
2007 ‘Untitled’, Cockermouth Town Hall, Cumbria. GROUP.
2007 ‘Begin’, Liverpool Academy, Liverpool. DUET/2 MAN SHOW.
2007 ‘Contrast’ Headspace Gallery, Liverpool. GROUP.
2007 ‘Overview’, Loop Gallery at the Cornerstone, Liverpool. GROUP
2007 ‘Redrow Showroom Exhibition’, with Dot-Art Gallery, Liverpool. GROUP.
2007 ‘Buy One Get One Free’, Headspace Gallery, Liverpool. GROUP
2007 ‘Dot-Art Show’, Dot-Art Gallery, Liverpool. GROUP
2007 ‘January Showcase Exhibition’, Almiro Gallery, Waterloo. GROUP
2007 ‘Photographs’, Olivieres Cafe, Liverpool. SOLO.
2006 ‘Changing 8’, Cornerstone Gallery, Liverpool. GROUP.
2006 ‘3rd Wirral Open Exhibition’, Williamson Art Gallery, Birkenhead, Wirral. GROUP.
2006 ‘Christmas Open Exhibition’, Liverpool Academy of Arts. GROUP.
2006 ‘Winter Blues’, Headspace Gallery, Liverpool. GROUP
2006 ‘White/Night’, Blackburne House, Liverpool. GROUP.
2006 ‘Soup v Gazpachio’ (Tate v National Museums Liverpool Staff), Albany Liverpool. GROUP.
2006 ‘Open exhibition’, Bazaar arts & Crafts, Cockermouth, Cumbria. GROUP
2006 ‘Opening’, Dot-Art Gallery, Liverpool. GROUP.
2006 ‘Revealed’, Exhibition of canvas prints, Liverpool Philharmonic Hall. GROUP.
2006 ‘Dare to Dream’, Merseyside Maritime Museum, LIverpool. GROUP.
2006 ‘Pride in Liverpool’, Met-Art Gallery, LIverpool. GROUP.
2006 ‘Popchoc Group Show’, Stark Gallery London. GROUP.
2005 ‘Popchoc Group Show ’, Q Gallery, Glasgow. GROUP.
2005 ‘Glasgow Art Fair’ with Popchoc Gallery’, Glasgow. GROUP.
2004 ‘Sefton Open’, Atkinson Gallery, Southport. GROUP.
2003 ‘Scape’, Tea Factory, Liverpool. GROUP.
2003 ‘Drawings’, Caffe Latte, Liverpool. SOLO.
2003 ‘Open Exhibition’, Domino Gallery, Liverpool. GROUP.
2002 ‘Open Exhibition’, Lowes Court Gallery, Egremont, Cumbria. GROUP.
2002 ‘Wild Wood’, Lower Place, Philharmonic Hall, Liverpool. SOLO.
2002 ‘Photographs’, Caffe Latte, Liverpool. SOLO.
2002 ‘Valentine Show’, Domino Gallery, Liverpool. GROUP
Nathan Pendlebury Achievements/Awards
2007 Selected by Tina Kukielski (from the Whitney Museum, New York) for the 2007 Chelsea International Fine Art Competition.
2007 Nominated for the ‘2007 Liverpool Turner Prize’.
2007 Selected to be a member of the Wirral Society of Arts (WSA).
2007 Accepted into the 2007 Manchester Art Show ‘Love Arts Manchester’, Manchester GMEX.
2006 Joint 3rd Prize at the ‘3rd Wirral Open’ Exhibition, Williamson Art Gallery.
2006 Accepted into the ‘2006 Manchester Art Show’ at Manchester GMEX.
2005 Selected to be a member of Dot-Art Liverpool.
2004 Two drawings selected for ‘Sefton Open’ Exhibition at Atkinson Art Gallery.
1993 Awarded ‘KM Herring Award ’, by Warrington Collegiate Institute.
1992 Nominated for ‘BTEC Student of Year ‘being one of 500 nominees out of possible 215,000.
I was born in Japan but instantly felt that Cornwall is my spiritual home. The landscape, the sky, the weather and the people all combine to make Cornwall a place I want to be. Back home in Japan I work with natural stone and grind it down into powered to use as a paint material. I see the amazing granite of Cornwall as a perfect material to use in my art.
Sally Jones is an artist who works primarily in oils, charcoal or pastel, undertaking a wide variety of subject matter which reflects her own broadly-based interests and appreciation of the natural world.
Charlotte was born in the 1970s in Cornwall, to a truly Cornish family, with her roots in the County traceable back to the mid 1600’s. Always creative from a young age, she spent her childhood learning about nature, watching and exploring local freshwater rivers, woodland, moorland and coastal environments.
Christine Brunnock was raised in St Ives, Cornwall. She is based in St Ives today where she is constantly inspired by the Cornish landscape. Largely self-taught, her work is expressive and atmospheric, communicating a range of emotions that are reflected by the elements and environment. Christine’s work has been collected internationally and she exhibits regularly. She was shortlisted for The Evening Standard Art Prize 2018 in London and won the ING Discerning Eye Purchase Prize 2023.
Vincent Basham is a self-taught artist who specialises in seascapes, he was born in Maldon, Essex in 1956 and educated at Thurstable School, Tiptree where his love for painting first developed. He has exhibited his work in prestigious galleries in London, Essex, Norfolk, Devon and Cornwall.
My painting is an expression of my love of the land here in West Penwith, a connection with the beauty and power of the landscape. The paintings are in oil paint on board or canvas, and are realistic & representational landscapes of West Cornwall, but not in an entirely photographic way; they are hyper-real, or more than real.
My work is compiled, I build layer after layer, sometimes taking areas back to where I started, reworking or allowing the beginnings to be exposed. Layers are often thin and my tools are basic. Some papers and canvas may go through the press, some are hand pressed, all are painted and repainted.
Simon paints in an ‘Impressionistic’ painting technique in oils on canvas. Influences include several Impressionists and Post Impressionists, and subsequent artists such as Sargent and Brangwyn.
I studied graphic design for 4 years in the 1970’s and gained Associate Membership of the Society of Industrial Artists & Designers and of the Society of Typographical Designers. I went on to work in London for companies including IPC Magazines and Royle Print Ltd.
Greetings contemporary art fans, and welcome to the contemporary art world of (relatively) new (to us, anyway) and terribly exciting landscape artist, Alan Furneaux. A thoroughly modern artist who’s so good at what he does, a percentage of his unique designs have lent themselves to greetings card covers recently.