Landscape Painting – Blue Awakening – Acrylic Artwork by Leatherhead Art Club member Anne Winstanley Wood

Landscape Painting – Blue Awakening – Acrylic Artwork by Leatherhead Art Club member Anne Winstanley Wood

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Artist: Anne Winstanley Wood

Artist: Anne Winstanley Wood

Landscape Painting - Blue Awakening - Acrylic Artwork by Leatherhead Art Club member Anne Winstanley Wood
Image Size: 12” x 12”
Art Medium: Acrylic Paint and Ink on Cradled Panel
Original Painting Price: £130 (in hand-painted, stepped float frame)

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Anne Winstanley Wood

East Horsley

Figurative, Landscape, Still Life and Abstract Artist

Please mention the Surrey Artists website

Phone: 07725 852084

Email: annewin100@yahoo.co.uk

Website: annewinstanleywood.com

Instagram: @annewinwoodart

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About The Artist

“Drama, Atmosphere and Movement”

Anne creates vividly expressive landscape paintings, inspired by the Surrey Hills. Her work is about capturing drama, atmosphere and movement and is characterised by gorgeous colours, free energetic and loosely-layered brushwork and gestural mark making. She loves to experiment with drips, splashes and distorted lines because these enable her to be bold and expressive.

She grew up among the terraced houses, slate roofs and mill chimneys of a northern mill town, surrounded by wild hills, becks and moors. An only child, she taught herself to draw by copying Disney characters and her dad’s Lancashire art shop was an ‘Aladdin’s Cave’. Fifty years later and having lived in Teddington, New York and California, the gently rolling hills, heathland, vineyards and wooded countryside of the North Downs have replaced the dry stone walls, moors and ‘dark satanic mills’ of her youth. Lanes, tracks, telegraph wires and undulating fields now inspire her to sketch lines and shapes, which gradually evolve into finished compositions.

That love of the majestic countryside of her northern roots is still with her, along with a sense of ‘theatre’ which she now realises grew out of her background as a young dancer and pianist. These early experiences resonate in her paintings now. Being in a landscape she feels calm, relaxed, yet alive and free and that’s how she feels when she paints.

After graduating in Fine Art at Reading University in 1984 she pursued a career in Education, primarily in music and completed an MEd in Creative Arts at Exeter University.

Abstract Painting - Early Rose 1 - Horsley and Clandon Society of Arts member Anne Winstanley Wood
Poppy Duet - Artwork by East Horsley Surrey Artist Anne Winstanley Wood
Where are You - Acrylic on Canvas - Painting by East Horsley Artist Anne Winstanley Wood

Art Group / Exhibitions

Over the years, Anne's work has been exhibited, commissioned and bought by collectors in the UK and USA. Retirement from her last post in an International school has enabled her to focus fully on painting.

She has recently featured in Homes and Gardens magazine, exhibited at Denbies Vineyard, High Clandon Vineyard and participated in Surrey Artists’ Open Studios. Anne is a member of Leatherhead Art Club and Horsley and Clandon Society of Arts.

Albury Heath, Surrey Hills – Hidden Away – East Horsley Landscape Artist Anne Winstanley Wood

Albury Heath, Surrey Hills – Hidden Away – East Horsley Landscape Artist Anne Winstanley Wood

Art, Painting Commissions and Prints from Surrey Artists

Artist: Anne Winstanley Wood

Artist: Anne Winstanley Wood

Albury Heath, Surrey Hills - Hidden Away - East Horsley Artist Anne Winstanley Wood
Image Size: 12″ x 12″
Art Medium: Acrylic Paint and Ink on Cradled Panel
Original Painting Price: £130 (in white float frame)

Commissions Invited

Contact The Artist

Anne Winstanley Wood

East Horsley

Figurative, Landscape, Still Life and Abstract Artist

Please mention the Surrey Artists website

Phone: 07725 852084

Email: annewin100@yahoo.co.uk

Website: annewinstanleywood.com

Instagram: @annewinwoodart

Gallery Of Art

About The Artist

“Drama, Atmosphere and Movement”

Anne creates vividly expressive landscape paintings, inspired by the Surrey Hills. Her work is about capturing drama, atmosphere and movement and is characterised by gorgeous colours, free energetic and loosely-layered brushwork and gestural mark making. She loves to experiment with drips, splashes and distorted lines because these enable her to be bold and expressive.

She grew up among the terraced houses, slate roofs and mill chimneys of a northern mill town, surrounded by wild hills, becks and moors. An only child, she taught herself to draw by copying Disney characters and her dad’s Lancashire art shop was an ‘Aladdin’s Cave’. Fifty years later and having lived in Teddington, New York and California, the gently rolling hills, heathland, vineyards and wooded countryside of the North Downs have replaced the dry stone walls, moors and ‘dark satanic mills’ of her youth. Lanes, tracks, telegraph wires and undulating fields now inspire her to sketch lines and shapes, which gradually evolve into finished compositions.

That love of the majestic countryside of her northern roots is still with her, along with a sense of ‘theatre’ which she now realises grew out of her background as a young dancer and pianist. These early experiences resonate in her paintings now. Being in a landscape she feels calm, relaxed, yet alive and free and that’s how she feels when she paints.

After graduating in Fine Art at Reading University in 1984 she pursued a career in Education, primarily in music and completed an MEd in Creative Arts at Exeter University.

Abstract Painting - Early Rose 1 - Horsley and Clandon Society of Arts member Anne Winstanley Wood
Poppy Duet - Artwork by East Horsley Surrey Artist Anne Winstanley Wood
Where are You - Acrylic on Canvas - Painting by East Horsley Artist Anne Winstanley Wood

Art Group / Exhibitions

Over the years, Anne's work has been exhibited, commissioned and bought by collectors in the UK and USA. Retirement from her last post in an International school has enabled her to focus fully on painting.

She has recently featured in Homes and Gardens magazine, exhibited at Denbies Vineyard, High Clandon Vineyard and participated in Surrey Artists’ Open Studios. Anne is a member of Leatherhead Art Club and Horsley and Clandon Society of Arts.

Old Albury Church near Shere – Surrey Art Gallery

Old Albury Church near Shere – Surrey Art Gallery

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Artist: David Harmer (Woking)

Artist: David Harmer (Woking)

Old Albury Church near Shere - Surrey Art Gallery
Art Medium: Watercolour
Image Size: 23cm x 31cm
Price: Original Painting For Sale
Originals from £75

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David Harmer

Watercolour Artist

St. John's Village, Woking, Surrey

Phone: 01483 767 200
Mobile: 0750 036 5463
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Email: davidrpharmer@gmail.com
Website: www.davidharmerwatercolour.co.uk
Blog: www.offtoafineart.com

About The Artist

I have been painting in watercolour now for about twenty years. Most of what I have learned has been through observation and tuition at workshops, and through art clubs. I live now in St. Johns Village, not far from the Basingstoke canal, which in itself is an inspiration, offering up endless subjects changing throughout the year.

This gallery is a showcase of some of my watercolour paintings. For a full set see my website. Some of them are recent, and some are not so, but just retained because I like them. Some of them were sold long ago, others are still available. Waterways are a constant favourite, either local or from my travels. There is nothing quite like watercolour for depicting water, however, the gallery does show quite a mix of subjects and as you can see, elephants have fascinated me for some time.

David Harmer Woking Surrey Artist

Watercolour is my chosen medium. It can be infuriating, but rewarding when successful. I have come a long way with it, but there is always more to do, so am unlikely to change to another medium. Occasionally I add some ink for a particular effect, otherwise I depend on the purity of watercolour.

Painting is for me a pleasure, and exhibiting is part of the experience. I usually exhibit locally four or five times a year, with regular venues in Guildford and Pirbright.

Sales enquiries are are gladly received. I don't as yet produce prints, maybe I will one day, but so far have only sold originals. I have sent pictures all over the globe, and can go into detail if you want to enquire about any particular painting. At the time of writing this, the paintings which I have sold are widely distributed not only across the UK, but also hang in collections in France, Eire, Spain, Italy, Greece, Holland, Canada, Australia and New Zealand.

I am always very pleased to receive commissions.

Art Groups

Full exhibiting member of Woking Society of Arts
Exhibiting member of Pirbright Art Club

Art Exhibitions

Denbies Art Gallery, Dorking from 21st to 27th June 2021.

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