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.
Born in 1969 in Cornwall. Keran has always lived and worked in St.Ives. She started drawing and painting as a child and has always followed that pursuit. She majored in Art all through school and as a graphic artist/illustrator in St.Ives. Keran also studied Fine Art for 2 years at Falmouth School of Art, gaining a diploma.
At the age of 13 Griff won a scholarship to Wakefield School of Arts & Crafts using the same handheld instruments to make marks and the same pigments ground to make paint as had been used for centuries. This was the foundation for his work in the years to come.
For the second year Paul Hoare has had his work accepted for the prestigious Royal Institute of Painters in Watercolour Exhibition at the Mall Galleries, Pall Mall, London. This is a highly competitive selected exhibition featuring the leading artists in Watercolour throughout the UK, including his Royal Highness, Prince Charles.
Polly Gardiner lives and works in Cornwall producing textiles, paintings, prints and cards. Having completed a Foundation course at Falmouth School of Art in 1992 she went on to do a BA in Textiles at the Surrey Institute of Art and Design, Farnham from 1993 – 96.
Beth Berriman was born in 1920 in Camborne and has been living and working as an artist in Cornwall ever since. Her passion for tracing the delineations of the landscape, as well as the human form, in all its vitality and delicacy, has meant that her work contains a poignant history of both Cornwall and its inhabitants.
I am an artist and photographer based in Cornwall. Born in Manchester, I moved to the south westerly village of Porthleven at the age of 2 where I lived for 25 years. Growing up by the sea has had a huge influence on my life and artwork which I am so very grateful for.
Born in 1947, Robin Armstrong has been painting Wildlife since he sold his first picture of a Prairie Falcon to the milkman at the age of 12. A move to the West Country in the early 1970’s saw his style move away from the more traditional to what Tom Quinn in his book “Angling in Art” described as “Romantic and vaguely impressionistic”. Frequent exhibitions in both London and in the West Country have brought his unique style to the attention of collectors from Europe, the United States and Canada.
Roger has lived in Cornwall for over 25 years and is drawn to the variety of painting opportunities that the Cornish landscape has to offer. From the rugged north coastline to the wilds of Bodmin moor, the peaceful river inlets of the south coast and of course the many delightful fishing villages, there is plenty to keep the keen artist occupied.
Nick was born in the fishing village of Newlyn in 1974. When he was 18yrs old he started netting whilst painting in his spare time. Nick moved to Ireland when he was 23yrs old and fished out of Dunmore East near Waterford. During this time he also went travelling round the world, fishing in Western Australia along the way.
Al Cazu (Alan G Williamson) is an artist working and living in Cornwall. This collection of pictures titled ‘Coast To Coast’ has been created during the spring of 2012, originally painted with watercolours. These images are available as limited edition high quality digital prints numbered 1-100 and hand signed by the artist.
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.
John Tregembo was born in padstow and grew up with the Atlantic ocean on his doorstep, from an early age he learnt to capture the world around him through his drawing and painting and has over the years developed a style all his own which is more to do with the feel of a place rather than actually a named place that can be recognized, he walks his Dogs most days along the camel estuary before starting work and on many an occasion will pick up on something that inspires a painting that is fresh in his memory.