Brian Sinfield Art Gallery
The artist explains, "The landscape is my subject - mostly places I know well and visit over and over again - certain areas of coast or moorland. My aim is to convey my feelings and a sense of awareness of time passing in that particular environment. My paintings focus on the territory between the intensely substantial and the capriciousness of dream-state. The resulting work fossilises gossamer light layers of time into a richly sedimented emotional landscape."
John Maxwell-Steele was born in Birmingham in the sixties and first studied Visual Communications at Solihull College of Art in the early eighties. In 2002 he completed a post-graduate Fine Art degree at Birmingham University.
Image Illustrated: Farewell Fields | oil on board | 60 x 60 cm
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Andrew Hemingway works in pastel, producing images of remarkable precision and depth. He is probably one of the most important still life artists working in pastel today. Because of the intense concentration needed with this kind of work his output is small and consequently his paintings rare.
Born in Yorkshire, he attended the Barnsley School of Art and took a degree in Fine Art and the History of Art at Camberwell. He exhibited regularly at the Royal Academy and his work can be found in private
collections, world wide including Italy, New York, Australia, South Africa, London, Hamburg, Japan and Holland.
This Gallery has represented Andrew Hemingway since 1990.
Image Illustrated: Still Life Mixing Bowl and Brush with Cadmium Yellow | pastel | 48 x 53 cm
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A solo exhibition of stunning new paintings by Elsa Taylor.
The private view will take place on 22 April 11am - 3pm. Please join us for a glass of champagne and meet the artist. The exhibition will continue to run until 5 May.
"Colour harmonies play an important part in Elsa's work, a factor that contributes to her reputation as a fine colourist. Her paintings don't rely so much on subject, the subject being the vehicle to carry the vision. A still life in Elsa's hands is not simply a still life, but a celebration of tone and colour harmony, an emotional response to landscape and still life." Brian Sinfield
Painting illustrated: Elsa Taylor | Ranunculus | oil on board | 76 x 100 cm.
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