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Autumn Morning Light
Patricia Richards

Artwork

Bought it as a gift - I loved it, very nice piece of art!

Service

Great service! The product I've got was lovely, I bought it as a gift. Quick delivery, I'm happy ... read more
Anon
13-Oct-2017

In the expectation of a sailboat
Tatiana Wilson

Artwork

Beautiful and evocative painting, my second purchase from this talented artist.

Service

The team have always been helpful and friendly. I have made many many purchases, and their back up ... read more
Yanine Rodgers
12-Oct-2017

Fluidity
Pippa Buist

Artwork

Service

Pippa answered my inquiry within same day sent and had my beautiful art on its way quickly.
Deborah Martin , Nashville TN
10-Oct-2017

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  • Malvern Theatres - Autumn Show

    It is rare for a successful artist to paint in many different styles. The public will easily recognise a Monet, a Freud or even a Hockney. As ever it is the exception which proves the rule. So, for example Picasso is known for multiple styles, but even he had periods where all the work being produced at any one time was stylistically similar. The three artists opening the new show at Malvern Theatres are all recognisable instantly because they all paint in a practised and recognisable style. Amanda Dagg is amongst the best sellers from the online gallery www.artgallery.co.
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  • Malvern Theatres - Late Summer Show - The Natural World through the Eyes of Three Artists

    If not totally or partially abstract, artists seek inspiration from a variety of sources in the world around them. It might be people or places; a famous personality or an unknown model; a familiar destination or a private secluded spot, all can be the starting point for a new work. It might be plant forms, animals or the more traditional still-life motifs. But whichever of these create the spark, an artwork which merely reproduces a near photographic representation of a subject fails to excite potential customers.
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    Summer Paintings

    Summer fields by Graham EvansSummer Paintings - Depictions of summer in paintings. This month we celebrate summer. We look at how original art can capture all that summer represents, how it can evoke the laziness of the heat, transporting you to foreign lands, childish innocence, and carefree pleasures. First, we look at how three paintings have famously captured the essence of summer using three very different styles. David Hockney’s A Bigger Splash (1967) This painting perfectly evokes high summer, of a day so hot that the only escape is to plunge into a cool pool.
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    From Palette to Painting - Dani Bergson

    Dani Bergson Some ideas come at the most inappropriate times and I have to jot them down while they’re fresh. I always have my sketch pad sitting next to me as I work, and this way I can continuously refer to it and develop a theme before actually painting. Next I decide on my colour palette which may come spontaneously or involve creating a mood board with pictures of various objects I cut out of magazines. I usually work on stretched canvas or board with acrylics or oil bars. The beauty of acrylics is that they are so immediate.
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