River Thames at Chertsey – Winter Sunset – Calm Waters – New Haw Weybridge Landscape Artist Sally Anne Wake Jones

River Thames at Chertsey – Winter Sunset – Calm Waters – New Haw Weybridge Landscape Artist Sally Anne Wake Jones

Art, Painting Commissions and Prints from Surrey Artists

Artist: Sally Anne Wake Jones

Artist: Sally Anne Wake Jones

River Thames at Chertsey - Winter Sunset - Calm Waters - New Haw Weybridge Landscape Artist Sally Anne Wake Jones
Image Size: 60cm x 50cm
Art Medium: Acrylic on Box Canvas
Original Painting Price: £750

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Sally Anne Wake Jones

New Haw, Weybridge

Contemporary Artist working in a variety of media: oil, acrylic, pastel and offering a wide range of subjects, including landscape and pet portraits.

Phone: 07471 108235

Please mention the Surrey Artists website

Email: sallyannewakejones@hotmail.com

Website: sallyannewakejones.co.uk

Facebook: @sallyannewakejonesartist

Instagram: @sallyannewakejones_artist

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About The Artist

I am a landscape artist based in New Haw, Weybridge, Surrey.

I have always had a passion for painting and gained a Diploma in Art at a London University College of Education.

For many years, I have divided my time between my art, my teaching and our family publishing business, Guinea Pig Education, which sells educational material around the world.

Sally Anne Wake Jones - New Haw Weybridge Artist painting en plein air

Sally Anne Wake Jones - New Haw, Weybridge Artist Landscape Painting En Plein Air

My recent acrylic paintings tell stories inspired by my dog walks. I love to connect with nature. I immerse myself in the fabric of a place - the changing seasons, the cloud formations, the cycle of life and decay - keeping a visual notebook. I set out to capture these impressions, painting large spontaneous statements.

Where possible, I like to work on canvases, en plein air and with my husband, Peter, we have created a unique collection of paintings, portraying the historic parkland of Windsor Great Park, in varying moods throughout the seasons.

We frequently visit the South of France and the intense light of that region has influenced my bold use of colour and the scintillating light effects seen in my work.

Bluebells - Cucknell's Wood Shamley Green near Guildford Surrey - Landscape Artist Sally Anne Wake Jones
Horses - Equine Family Bond - Oil Painting - New Haw Weybridge Animal Artist Sally Anne Wake Jones
Chobham Common Surrey - Autumn Tints - New Haw Weybridge Landscape Artist Sally Anne Wake Jones

Exhibitions

Solo Exhibition at the Century Gallery, Henley on Thames, 1997-1998

Paintings featured in R.E.G.A.R.Ds, Paris in 2009, 2010 and 2012

Summer Exhibition, 2019 at La Galleria, Pall Mall, London

Creates Gallery, Monmouth, Emerging Artist Finalist, 2020 and 2021

Solo Exhibition at Cumberland Lodge, Windsor Great Park, 2020

Recently featured in Community Life, Runnymede.

Haymaking – Chertsey Meads – Harvest Time – Surrey Meadows – Contemporary Landscape Artist Sally Anne Wake Jones

Haymaking – Chertsey Meads – Harvest Time – Surrey Meadows – Contemporary Landscape Artist Sally Anne Wake Jones

Art, Painting Commissions and Prints from Surrey Artists

Artist: Sally Anne Wake Jones

Artist: Sally Anne Wake Jones

Haymaking - Chertsey Meads - Harvest Time - Surrey Meadows - Landscape Artist Sally Anne Wake Jones

Image Size: 50cm x 40cm
Art Medium: Acrylic on Box Canvas
Original Painting Price: £750

Commissions Invited

Contact The Artist

Sally Anne Wake Jones

New Haw, Weybridge

Contemporary Artist working in a variety of media: oil, acrylic, pastel and offering a wide range of subjects, including landscape and pet portraits.

Phone: 07471 108235

Please mention the Surrey Artists website

Email: sallyannewakejones@hotmail.com

Website: sallyannewakejones.co.uk

Facebook: @sallyannewakejonesartist

Instagram: @sallyannewakejones_artist

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About The Artist

I am a landscape artist based in New Haw, Weybridge, Surrey.

I have always had a passion for painting and gained a Diploma in Art at a London University College of Education.

For many years, I have divided my time between my art, my teaching and our family publishing business, Guinea Pig Education, which sells educational material around the world.

Sally Anne Wake Jones - New Haw Weybridge Artist painting en plein air

Sally Anne Wake Jones - New Haw, Weybridge Artist Landscape Painting En Plein Air

My recent acrylic paintings tell stories inspired by my dog walks. I love to connect with nature. I immerse myself in the fabric of a place - the changing seasons, the cloud formations, the cycle of life and decay - keeping a visual notebook. I set out to capture these impressions, painting large spontaneous statements.

Where possible, I like to work on canvases, en plein air and with my husband, Peter, we have created a unique collection of paintings, portraying the historic parkland of Windsor Great Park, in varying moods throughout the seasons.

We frequently visit the South of France and the intense light of that region has influenced my bold use of colour and the scintillating light effects seen in my work.

Bluebells - Cucknell's Wood Shamley Green near Guildford Surrey - Landscape Artist Sally Anne Wake Jones
Horses - Equine Family Bond - Oil Painting - New Haw Weybridge Animal Artist Sally Anne Wake Jones
Chobham Common Surrey - Autumn Tints - New Haw Weybridge Landscape Artist Sally Anne Wake Jones

Exhibitions

Solo Exhibition at the Century Gallery, Henley on Thames, 1997-1998

Paintings featured in R.E.G.A.R.Ds, Paris in 2009, 2010 and 2012

Summer Exhibition, 2019 at La Galleria, Pall Mall, London

Creates Gallery, Monmouth, Emerging Artist Finalist, 2020 and 2021

Solo Exhibition at Cumberland Lodge, Windsor Great Park, 2020

Recently featured in Community Life, Runnymede.

Wild Flower Meadow – Field of Flowers – Couple walking with Dalmatian – Landscape Artist Sally Anne Wake Jones – Weybridge Surrey

Wild Flower Meadow – Field of Flowers – Couple walking with Dalmatian – Landscape Artist Sally Anne Wake Jones – Weybridge Surrey

Art, Painting Commissions and Prints from Surrey Artists

Artist: Sally Anne Wake Jones

Artist: Sally Anne Wake Jones

Wild Flower Meadow - Field Of Flowers - Couple Walking with Dalmatian - Landscape Artist Sally Anne Wake Jones

Image Size: 50cm x 40cm
Art Medium: Acrylic on Box Canvas
Original Painting Price: £750

Commissions Invited

Contact The Artist

Sally Anne Wake Jones

New Haw, Weybridge

Contemporary Artist working in a variety of media: oil, acrylic, pastel and offering a wide range of subjects, including landscape and pet portraits.

Phone: 07471 108235

Please mention the Surrey Artists website

Email: sallyannewakejones@hotmail.com

Website: sallyannewakejones.co.uk

Facebook: @sallyannewakejonesartist

Instagram: @sallyannewakejones_artist

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About The Artist

I am a landscape artist based in New Haw, Weybridge, Surrey.

I have always had a passion for painting and gained a Diploma in Art at a London University College of Education.

For many years, I have divided my time between my art, my teaching and our family publishing business, Guinea Pig Education, which sells educational material around the world.

Sally Anne Wake Jones - New Haw Weybridge Artist painting en plein air

Sally Anne Wake Jones - New Haw, Weybridge Artist Landscape Painting En Plein Air

My recent acrylic paintings tell stories inspired by my dog walks. I love to connect with nature. I immerse myself in the fabric of a place - the changing seasons, the cloud formations, the cycle of life and decay - keeping a visual notebook. I set out to capture these impressions, painting large spontaneous statements.

Where possible, I like to work on canvases, en plein air and with my husband, Peter, we have created a unique collection of paintings, portraying the historic parkland of Windsor Great Park, in varying moods throughout the seasons.

We frequently visit the South of France and the intense light of that region has influenced my bold use of colour and the scintillating light effects seen in my work.

Bluebells - Cucknell's Wood Shamley Green near Guildford Surrey - Landscape Artist Sally Anne Wake Jones
Horses - Equine Family Bond - Oil Painting - New Haw Weybridge Animal Artist Sally Anne Wake Jones
Chobham Common Surrey - Autumn Tints - New Haw Weybridge Landscape Artist Sally Anne Wake Jones

Exhibitions

Solo Exhibition at the Century Gallery, Henley on Thames, 1997-1998

Paintings featured in R.E.G.A.R.Ds, Paris in 2009, 2010 and 2012

Summer Exhibition, 2019 at La Galleria, Pall Mall, London

Creates Gallery, Monmouth, Emerging Artist Finalist, 2020 and 2021

Solo Exhibition at Cumberland Lodge, Windsor Great Park, 2020

Recently featured in Community Life, Runnymede.

South Downs England – Original Acrylic and Ink Painting – Leatherhead Art Group member Anne Winstanley Wood

South Downs England – Original Acrylic and Ink Painting – Leatherhead Art Group member Anne Winstanley Wood

Art, Painting Commissions and Prints from Surrey Artists

Artist: Anne Winstanley Wood

Artist: Anne Winstanley Wood

South Downs England - Original Acrylic and Ink Painting -Leatherhead Art Group member Anne Winstanley Wood
Image Size: 12” x 9”
Art Medium: Acrylic Paint and Ink on Cradled Panel
Original Painting Price: £120 (in a chunky, white 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.

Painting of Farley Green, Surrey Hills – Place to Remember – East Horsley Landscape Artist Anne Winstanley Wood

Painting of Farley Green, Surrey Hills – Place to Remember – East Horsley Landscape Artist Anne Winstanley Wood

Art, Painting Commissions and Prints from Surrey Artists

Artist: Anne Winstanley Wood

Artist: Anne Winstanley Wood

Painting of Farley Green, Surrey Hills - Place to Remember - Horsley Landscape Artist Anne Winstanley Wood
Image Size: 12″ x 10″
Art Medium: Acrylic Paint and Ink on Canvas
Original Painting Price: £125 (in a chunky, cream 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

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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.