Galleries - December 2018

DECEMBER 2018 GALLERIES 43 Denotes: New/Re Entry, Site Refreshing/Change of Address See feature below These pages are reproduced on ARTISTS ONLINE Alan Stark: marine & landscape art Anne Lynch: contemporary figurative paintings and prints Antonino Trimarchi: neo-surrealist paintings Becca Clegg: vibrant abstracts, semi-abstracts & landscapes Colin Williams: still life, figurative, abstract Danny Holmes-Adams: British landscape & night paintings Diana Mackie: Scottish Highland landscapes, oil on canvas Dimitrios Tsouris: expressionist paintings - theme of ‘presence’ Emiko Aida Frances Broomfield: paints small, detailed, idiosyncratic work Frances Knight: landscape paintings & seascape Francis Murphy: portraits George Taylor: non-figurative mixed media works Heather Gulliver: bright light oils of Africa with earlier abstracts Janet Tod: vibrant colourful still life Janice Thwaites: site specific work and themed projects Jean Perrett: loose and lively impressionistic paintings John Barnicoat 1924-2013: 20th century British art Jo Tuck: portraits Jo Whitney: atmospheric paintings in oil, Venice, Cornwall, Nice Joan Doerr: paintings inspired by elemental impact on environment Julian Anniss: paintings, oils, landscape & still life Laurence Broderick: sculpture Lee Campbell: atmospheric oil paintings, landscape & metaphysical Marjana Wjasnova: symbolic, abstract, spiritual artist Michael Alford: figurative, landscapes, cityscapes, portrait commissions Neelu Patel: paper craft, paper mache, mud art Nicholas Robertson: contemporary robust figurative paintings Nick Andrew: contemporary landscape painting Nigel O’Neill: geometric paintings Pat Castle: oils & mixed media on paper Paul Smith: sculptures - bold, semi abstract, figurative Rachel Fenner: landscapes - trad. of British Romantic Abstraction Ray Wilkinson: land and seascapes Richard Wallace: properly painted pictures and pleasing prints Rosemary Clunie: a quest for the dream at the heart of life Rosie Packer: abstract paintings of the sea, city and nature Shirley Morris: paintings in oil, etchings in colour/monochrome Simon Bergin Sonja Benskin Mesher RCA, UA: multi media Stephen King: paintings from the artist’s travels in Nepal Sue Campion RBA: pastels, descriptions of place Tom Henderson Smith: paintings – Cornwall, landscape, seascape Ulla Plougmand: MY Cosmos! Fantasy female forms - dreamscapes Wendy Brooke-Smith: painting transience; fixture in the landscape ARTIST WEBSITES Jo Whitney's paintings are based on her interpretation of what interests her in her everyday surroundings. Having lived most of her life within a stone's throw of the sea, waterside scenes play a large part in her work, both at home and abroad. Her deep interest in people and their lives leads to the inclusion of figures in many of her pictures. She paints almost exclusively in oils, and prefers large canvases. The initial laying out of the subject is done rapidly, but despite their spontaneous appearance, further work on the canvases is prolonged and painstaking. Her choice of subject and confident use of colour reflect a fundamental happiness and optimism. Jo trained at the Ruskin School of Drawing and Fine Art and Sir John Cass College. ART linkedin Jo Whitney ‘Lady in Green Velvet Feathered Hat ’ listed above and at