Beyond Broadchurch – West Bay, Dorset – Surrey Artist Ingrid Skoglund – Guildford Art Society, Village Artists, Pirbright Art Club and West Surrey Artists

Beyond Broadchurch – West Bay, Dorset – Surrey Artist Ingrid Skoglund – Guildford Art Society, Village Artists, Pirbright Art Club and West Surrey Artists

Art, Painting Commissions and Prints from Surrey Artists

Artist: Ingrid Skoglund

Artist: Ingrid Skoglund

Beyond Broadchurch - Surrey Artist Ingrid Skoglund - Guildford Art Society, Village Artists, Pirbright Art Club, Normandy Artists and West Surrey Artists

Beyond Broadchurch

West Bay Dorset – where it all happened (David Tennant not included).

Image Size: 76cm x 36cm approx
Art Medium: Watercolour, Dye and Foil
Largish piece of work in modern, bronze aluminium frame
Original Painting: SOLD

Commissions Invited

Contact The Artist

Ingrid Skoglund

Ash near Guildford, Surrey
Contemporary artist working in Mixed Media
Facebook Page

Please mention the Surrey Artists website
Email: ingridskoglund@me.com
Website: artbyingridskoglund.me

Gallery of Ingrid's Art

About The Artist

Ingrid Skoglund is a mix of German and Swedish, although born in Ash in Surrey where she still lives and paints.

She has had a lifelong passion for watercolour although her main focus for over 20 years was as Managing Director of a demanding business. Selling out a few years ago, allowed her finally to take up painting full time.

Ingrid is pretty much self-taught, so doesn't have too many rules and loves trying to push watercolour to its limits - in particular to mix it with dye and foil to give a chaotic vibrancy . She also like to mix botanical accuracy with the abstract . She is currently building her portfolio of galleries and exhibitions and is amazed by the interest in her work.

Ingrid's website includes galleries of her paintings of views, animals, flowers, portraits and figures, acrylics and abstracts.

"I work unconventionally with various media to produce unexpected and unpredictable effects. I rarely use a brush and am currently working with the toxic fumes of alcohol ink and isopropyl although the beautiful translucent effects are worth it. A photo of the work just can’t capture it so if you like the image – the real thing is even better – just beautiful. I also often work with acrylic and silicone oil – pushing the mix around with a hot hairdryer and finishing off with a blow torch.

I don’t do cards or prints and I can’t replicate a piece of work . If you buy one of my pieces it’s not just original it’s totally unique. "

Awards

Winner of the Chairman's Award for the public vote at autumn 2016 Woking Art Society Exhibition at The Lightbox Gallery in Woking.

She is seen below receiving the award from the Chairman below for her painting A Day at The Seaside.

In 2017 Ingrid was named 'Artist of The Year' by Pirbright Art Club.

She was also shortlisted by West Of England Royal Academy for her painting We’re Not Afraid Of Anything.

Winner Of The Alliott's Award for Best Contemporary Work at Guildford Art Society Autumn Exhibition 2017 for Yep Tide’s Out, pictured below.

Ingrid Painting - Winner of the Chairman’s Award for Woking Art Society Exhibition at The Lightbox for A Day At The Seaside
Ingrid receiving Chairman’s Award for Woking Art Society Exhibition at The Lightbox Gallery
Winner Of The Alliotts Award for Best Contemporary Work at Guildford Art Society Autumn Exhibition 2017

Art Group / Exhibitions

Member of Pirbright Art Club, Guildford Art Society (Exhibitions Coordinator), Village Artists and West Surrey Artists.

As well as exhibitions with these art groups, artwork is also exhibited in London and the South of England;  on occasion with The Royal Watercolour  Society at The Bankside Gallery, The Gosport Hampshire Open and frequently at Denbies Art Gallery, Dorking.

Art on Display at Hartley Witney, Hampshire Gallery

Work regularly on display and for sale at the Peter Richardson Gallery, 65 High Street Hartley Witney, Hampshire RG27

Abstract, Contemporary Art – Sunset – Surrey Artist Ingrid Skoglund – Guildford Art Society, Village Artists, Pirbright Art Club and West Surrey Artists

Abstract, Contemporary Art – Sunset – Surrey Artist Ingrid Skoglund – Guildford Art Society, Village Artists, Pirbright Art Club and West Surrey Artists

Art, Painting Commissions and Prints from Surrey Artists

Artist: Ingrid Skoglund

Artist: Ingrid Skoglund

Sunset - Abstract, Contemporary Art - Surrey Artist Ingrid Skoglund - Guildford Art Society, Village Artists, Pirbright Art Club,

Sunset

Image Size: 20″ x 12″
Art Medium: Watercolour
Original Painting: SOLD

Commissions Invited

Contact The Artist

Ingrid Skoglund

Ash near Guildford, Surrey
Contemporary artist working in Mixed Media
Facebook Page

Please mention the Surrey Artists website
Email: ingridskoglund@me.com
Website: artbyingridskoglund.me

Gallery of Ingrid's Art

About The Artist

Ingrid Skoglund is a mix of German and Swedish, although born in Ash in Surrey where she still lives and paints.

She has had a lifelong passion for watercolour although her main focus for over 20 years was as Managing Director of a demanding business. Selling out a few years ago, allowed her finally to take up painting full time.

Ingrid is pretty much self-taught, so doesn't have too many rules and loves trying to push watercolour to its limits - in particular to mix it with dye and foil to give a chaotic vibrancy . She also like to mix botanical accuracy with the abstract . She is currently building her portfolio of galleries and exhibitions and is amazed by the interest in her work.

Ingrid's website includes galleries of her paintings of views, animals, flowers, portraits and figures, acrylics and abstracts.

"I work unconventionally with various media to produce unexpected and unpredictable effects. I rarely use a brush and am currently working with the toxic fumes of alcohol ink and isopropyl although the beautiful translucent effects are worth it. A photo of the work just can’t capture it so if you like the image – the real thing is even better – just beautiful. I also often work with acrylic and silicone oil – pushing the mix around with a hot hairdryer and finishing off with a blow torch.

I don’t do cards or prints and I can’t replicate a piece of work . If you buy one of my pieces it’s not just original it’s totally unique. "

Awards

Winner of the Chairman's Award for the public vote at autumn 2016 Woking Art Society Exhibition at The Lightbox Gallery in Woking.

She is seen below receiving the award from the Chairman below for her painting A Day at The Seaside.

In 2017 Ingrid was named 'Artist of The Year' by Pirbright Art Club.

She was also shortlisted by West Of England Royal Academy for her painting We’re Not Afraid Of Anything.

Winner Of The Alliott's Award for Best Contemporary Work at Guildford Art Society Autumn Exhibition 2017 for Yep Tide’s Out, pictured below.

Ingrid Painting - Winner of the Chairman’s Award for Woking Art Society Exhibition at The Lightbox for A Day At The Seaside
Ingrid receiving Chairman’s Award for Woking Art Society Exhibition at The Lightbox Gallery
Winner Of The Alliotts Award for Best Contemporary Work at Guildford Art Society Autumn Exhibition 2017

Art Group / Exhibitions

Member of Pirbright Art Club, Guildford Art Society (Exhibitions Coordinator), Village Artists and West Surrey Artists.

As well as exhibitions with these art groups, artwork is also exhibited in London and the South of England;  on occasion with The Royal Watercolour  Society at The Bankside Gallery, The Gosport Hampshire Open and frequently at Denbies Art Gallery, Dorking.

Art on Display at Hartley Witney, Hampshire Gallery

Work regularly on display and for sale at the Peter Richardson Gallery, 65 High Street Hartley Witney, Hampshire RG27

Abstract, Contemporary Art – Fishpond – Surrey Artist Ingrid Skoglund – Guildford Art Society, Village Artists and West Surrey Artists

Abstract, Contemporary Art – Fishpond – Surrey Artist Ingrid Skoglund – Guildford Art Society, Village Artists and West Surrey Artists

Art, Painting Commissions and Prints from Surrey Artists

Artist: Ingrid Skoglund

Artist: Ingrid Skoglund

Abstract, Contemporary Art - Fishpond - Surrey Artist Ingrid Skoglund - Guildford Art Society, Village Artists and West Surrey Artists Gallery

Fishpond

What’s going on in the depths of my fishpond, when a ray of sunshine breaks through?

Image Size: 16″ x 20″
Art Medium: Watercolour and Dye
Original Painting: SOLD

Commissions Invited

Contact The Artist

Ingrid Skoglund

Ash near Guildford, Surrey
Contemporary artist working in Mixed Media
Facebook Page

Please mention the Surrey Artists website
Email: ingridskoglund@me.com
Website: artbyingridskoglund.me

Gallery of Ingrid's Art

About The Artist

Ingrid Skoglund is a mix of German and Swedish, although born in Ash in Surrey where she still lives and paints.

She has had a lifelong passion for watercolour although her main focus for over 20 years was as Managing Director of a demanding business. Selling out a few years ago, allowed her finally to take up painting full time.

Ingrid is pretty much self-taught, so doesn't have too many rules and loves trying to push watercolour to its limits - in particular to mix it with dye and foil to give a chaotic vibrancy . She also like to mix botanical accuracy with the abstract . She is currently building her portfolio of galleries and exhibitions and is amazed by the interest in her work.

Ingrid's website includes galleries of her paintings of views, animals, flowers, portraits and figures, acrylics and abstracts.

"I work unconventionally with various media to produce unexpected and unpredictable effects. I rarely use a brush and am currently working with the toxic fumes of alcohol ink and isopropyl although the beautiful translucent effects are worth it. A photo of the work just can’t capture it so if you like the image – the real thing is even better – just beautiful. I also often work with acrylic and silicone oil – pushing the mix around with a hot hairdryer and finishing off with a blow torch.

I don’t do cards or prints and I can’t replicate a piece of work . If you buy one of my pieces it’s not just original it’s totally unique. "

Awards

Winner of the Chairman's Award for the public vote at autumn 2016 Woking Art Society Exhibition at The Lightbox Gallery in Woking.

She is seen below receiving the award from the Chairman below for her painting A Day at The Seaside.

In 2017 Ingrid was named 'Artist of The Year' by Pirbright Art Club.

She was also shortlisted by West Of England Royal Academy for her painting We’re Not Afraid Of Anything.

Winner Of The Alliott's Award for Best Contemporary Work at Guildford Art Society Autumn Exhibition 2017 for Yep Tide’s Out, pictured below.

Ingrid Painting - Winner of the Chairman’s Award for Woking Art Society Exhibition at The Lightbox for A Day At The Seaside
Ingrid receiving Chairman’s Award for Woking Art Society Exhibition at The Lightbox Gallery
Winner Of The Alliotts Award for Best Contemporary Work at Guildford Art Society Autumn Exhibition 2017

Art Group / Exhibitions

Member of Pirbright Art Club, Guildford Art Society (Exhibitions Coordinator), Village Artists and West Surrey Artists.

As well as exhibitions with these art groups, artwork is also exhibited in London and the South of England;  on occasion with The Royal Watercolour  Society at The Bankside Gallery, The Gosport Hampshire Open and frequently at Denbies Art Gallery, Dorking.

Art on Display at Hartley Witney, Hampshire Gallery

Work regularly on display and for sale at the Peter Richardson Gallery, 65 High Street Hartley Witney, Hampshire RG27

Seascape – Contemporary Art – Three Shades – Ali Cockrean – National Acrylic Painters’ Association – Surrey Artists

Seascape – Contemporary Art – Three Shades – Ali Cockrean – National Acrylic Painters’ Association – Surrey Artists

Art, Painting Commissions and Prints from Surrey Artists

Artist: Ali Cockrean

Artist: Ali Cockrean

Seascape - Contemporary Art - Three Shades - Ali Cockrean - National Acrylic Painters' Association - Surrey Artists

Three Shades

Image Size: 62cm x 76.2 cm
Art Medium: Acrylic on Canvas
Framed – contemporary white wood floating frame
Price: £495

Commissions Invited

Contact The Artist

Ali Cockrean

Contemporary Artist in Acrylics
National Acrylic Painters’ Association
Please mention the Surrey Artists website

Phone: 01844 342 201
Mobile: 07742 888 302
Email: alicockrean@gmail.com
Website: alicockrean.weebly.com

Gallery Of Art

About The Artist

Ali Cockrean exhibits nationally and her work appears in collections in Europe and Canada. Born in 1962, Ali became an artist at the age of 15, when she began exhibiting and selling work. While she is largely self-taught, Ali’s art education includes formal tuition, most recently at Central St. Martins College of Art and Design and Slade School of Fine Art.

“My inspiration to paint always comes directly from within. It is the emotion and mood that is generated by a specific event; visual or auditory experience that forms the essence of the work, rather than the event or experience itself. Painting ‘feelings’ is always a challenge. I firmly believe that in order to consistently produce fresh, innovative and exciting work, artists must constantly challenge their own boundaries and push themselves beyond their comfort zones to discover their true abilities and potential.”

Ali Cockrean - Surrey Artists - Three Shades
At the moment, my preoccupation is with exploring how colour, line and form influence our reactions to familiar places or objects. In particular, I am exploring how far it is possible to abstract an image, yet still retain the essence of the original in the mind’s eye. What happens when the form is constant, but the colours change from those we traditionally expect? How does this affect our mood or emotive response?

These themes are common to all my recent work.”

Manhattan Green – Ali Cockrean – National Acrylic Painters’ Association – Surrey Artists

Manhattan Green – Ali Cockrean – National Acrylic Painters’ Association – Surrey Artists

Art, Painting Commissions and Prints from Surrey Artists

Artist: Ali Cockrean

Artist: Ali Cockrean

Manhattan Green - Ali Cockrean - National Acrylic Painters' Association - Surrey Artists

Manhattan Green

Image Size: 62cm x 76.2 cm
Art Medium: Acrylic on Canvas
Framed – contemporary light wood floating frame
Price: £525
Limited Edition Giclée Print on Canvas (20 only)
Framed – 48.3cm x 58.5cm – Contemporary light wood floating frame – £250
Unframed – 40.6cm x 50.8cm – Contemporary gallery canvas, ready to hang – £195
Each print supplied with authenticity certificate

Commissions Invited

Contact The Artist

Ali Cockrean

Contemporary Artist in Acrylics
National Acrylic Painters’ Association
Please mention the Surrey Artists website

Phone: 01844 342 201
Mobile: 07742 888 302
Email: alicockrean@gmail.com
Website: alicockrean.weebly.com

Gallery Of Art

About The Artist

Ali Cockrean exhibits nationally and her work appears in collections in Europe and Canada. Born in 1962, Ali became an artist at the age of 15, when she began exhibiting and selling work. While she is largely self-taught, Ali’s art education includes formal tuition, most recently at Central St. Martins College of Art and Design and Slade School of Fine Art.

“My inspiration to paint always comes directly from within. It is the emotion and mood that is generated by a specific event; visual or auditory experience that forms the essence of the work, rather than the event or experience itself. Painting ‘feelings’ is always a challenge. I firmly believe that in order to consistently produce fresh, innovative and exciting work, artists must constantly challenge their own boundaries and push themselves beyond their comfort zones to discover their true abilities and potential.”

Ali Cockrean - Surrey Artists - Three Shades
At the moment, my preoccupation is with exploring how colour, line and form influence our reactions to familiar places or objects. In particular, I am exploring how far it is possible to abstract an image, yet still retain the essence of the original in the mind’s eye. What happens when the form is constant, but the colours change from those we traditionally expect? How does this affect our mood or emotive response?

These themes are common to all my recent work.”