Seaview Beach, Isle of Wight – Hampshire Gallery – Coastal Artist Becky Samuelson

Seaview Beach, Isle of Wight – Hampshire Gallery – Coastal Artist Becky Samuelson

Art, Painting Commissions and Prints from Hampshire Artists

Artist: Becky Samuelson SWA

Artist: Becky Samuelson SWA

Seaview Beach, Isle of Wight - Hampshire Gallery - Coastal Artist Becky Samuelson

Seaview Beach

Isle of Wight

Image Size: 40cm x 40cm
Art Medium: Acrylic
Painting Price and Availability: Please contact the Artist
Range from £200-£500

Commissions Invited

Contact The Artist

Becky Samuelson

Society of Women Artists

Seascapes and Landscapes

in Oil, Acrylic and Watercolour

Phone: 01983 873351

Mobile: 07989 266323

Please mention the Hampshire Artists website

Email: becky@beckysamuelsonfinearts.co.uk

Website: beckysamuelsonfinearts.co.uk

Gallery Of Art

About The Artist

Becky is primarily a painter of seascape and landscape subjects principally in oil, acrylic and watercolour. She is based on the Isle of Wight with her studio / art gallery in St Helens which is open for visits and she has been painting full time for 33 years.

The Isle of Wight is a special place to live and paint and Becky’s inspiration comes from the amazing island coastline and landscape plus her travels abroad. Light and colour are integral to her work and painting en plein air gives her the most satisfaction and connection with her subject.

Becky has a range of Giclée Prints and Greeting Cards to compliment her original work.

Becky Samuelson Isle of Wight Artist

Art Groups / Exhibitions

Becky is a member of the Society of Women Artists and her paintings have been exhibited widely, through galleries and exhibitions.

Bembridge Isle of Wight – Lifeboat Station – Hampshire Artists Gallery – Becky Samuelson Coastal Art

Bembridge Isle of Wight – Lifeboat Station – Hampshire Artists Gallery – Becky Samuelson Coastal Art

Art, Painting Commissions and Prints from Hampshire Artists

Artist: Becky Samuelson SWA

Artist: Becky Samuelson SWA

Bembridge Isle of Wight - Lifeboat Station - Hampshire Artists Gallery - Becky Samuelson

Bembridge Lifeboat Station and Beach

Isle of Wight

Image Size: 30cm x 30cm [Mounted 40cm x 40cm] £85
20cm x 20cm [mounted 30cm x 30cm] £65
Other Prints Available: Please see website
Art Medium: Giclée Print

Commissions Invited

Contact The Artist

Becky Samuelson

Society of Women Artists

Seascapes and Landscapes

in Oil, Acrylic and Watercolour

Phone: 01983 873351

Mobile: 07989 266323

Please mention the Hampshire Artists website

Email: becky@beckysamuelsonfinearts.co.uk

Website: beckysamuelsonfinearts.co.uk

Gallery Of Art

About The Artist

Becky is primarily a painter of seascape and landscape subjects principally in oil, acrylic and watercolour. She is based on the Isle of Wight with her studio / art gallery in St Helens which is open for visits and she has been painting full time for 33 years.

The Isle of Wight is a special place to live and paint and Becky’s inspiration comes from the amazing island coastline and landscape plus her travels abroad. Light and colour are integral to her work and painting en plein air gives her the most satisfaction and connection with her subject.

Becky has a range of Giclée Prints and Greeting Cards to compliment her original work.

Becky Samuelson Isle of Wight Artist

Art Groups / Exhibitions

Becky is a member of the Society of Women Artists and her paintings have been exhibited widely, through galleries and exhibitions.

Crime Scene at the Movies – Lymington Hampshire Artist William Rochfort – Ice Cold Under the Skin

Crime Scene at the Movies – Lymington Hampshire Artist William Rochfort – Ice Cold Under the Skin

Art, Painting Commissions and Prints from Hampshire Artists

Artist: William E. Rochfort

Artist: William E. Rochfort

Crime Scene - Movies - Lymington Hampshire Artist William Rochfort - Ice Cold Under the Skin

Ice Cold Under the Skin

‘I love Film Noir movies. This painting is completely character-driven and the narrative is so strong that it couldn’t survive without it, but I don’t mind that because the characters are so strong. All thanks go to my friends, who posed once again and put their all into it. The painting was a lot of fun and developed itself as it went along.

I got three quarters of the way through another version of this painting (all in black and white), before abandoning it and starting again, because the composition wasn’t working. The new design progressed so much better that I didn’t have to work very hard at all.’

William E. Rochfort

Limited Edition Fine Art Prints
Available in a range of sizes and formats
Painting Price: Please contact the Artist

Commissions Invited

Contact The Artist

William E. Rochfort

 

Fine Art Oil Paintings

and Limited Edition Fine Art Prints

Phone: 770 228 7351

Please mention the Hampshire Artists website

Email: willrochfort@gmail.com

Website: williamrochfort.com

About The Artist

Born in 1985, Will Rochfort grew up in Lymington on the south coast of England and, apart from his time studying Illustration and Fine Art at Kingston University, he has lived there all his life. Since graduating in 2008 his focus has been primarily oil painting. Will’s main reason for becoming an artist is from a passion for creativity.

“There is rarely any strong meaning or message behind my work – narrative takes a large role because I like the work to be emotive through what is being portrayed, but creativity is the driving force behind all of my paintings”

From 2008 to 2010 Will Rochfort worked as an Official Artist for the 2012 London Olympics, working with Olympic Gold Medalists, producing paintings in support of the Games and its associated charities.

As well as completing several portrait commissions, Will Rochfort is always searching for new ideas for paintings and usually finds this in books or cinema. With influences ranging from Degas to Rockwell, to the films of Steven Spielberg, it is narrative that really interests Will and he always aims to have a story within his work.

“I am a very visual painter and with the public being my target audience over the art establishment, I always aim to depict scenes that, through the characters portrayed, I hope people can relate to and enjoy”

Will Rochfort - Hampshire Artist

Career / Exhibitions

• 2004 - 2005 Foundation Course in the Arts at Bournemouth Arts Institute

• 2005 - 2006 Completed a year studying Illustration at Kingston University before changing to Fine Art

• July 2006 First Exhibition of work at the New Forest Show with Lloyds TSB Private Banking

• October 2006 Displayed at Christies South Kensington in aid of The Fortune Centre of Riding Therapy

• January 2008 Exhibition at the Fountain Gallery in Hampton

• February 2008 Appeared in the Fine Art Trade Guild magazine ‘Art Business Today’

• May 2008 Appeared in Artist and Illustrators magazine

• June 2008 Final Degree Show at Kingston University

• July 2008 Producing work for the Henley Rowing Regatta

• July 2008 3rd Prize in Artist and Illustrators ‘Artist of the Year’ competition

• July 2008 Exhibiting at ‘Art in Action’

• August 2008 Producing work for The Edinburgh Festival

"In February of 2020, I embarked on a journey to paint 100 portraits. The subjects were sent in through my followers on social media and I’m slowly working my way through the eclectic list of names, usually when I’m in between bigger projects. I’m pleased to share the collection on my website."

Men in Late Night Cafe – William Rochfort Artist in Oils

Men in Late Night Cafe – William Rochfort Artist in Oils

Art, Painting Commissions and Prints from Hampshire Artists

Artist: William E. Rochfort

Artist: William E. Rochfort

Late Night Cafe Scene - William Rochfort Artist in Oils

Late Night Cafe

‘I removed a lot of the initial narrative that I originally put into this painting. I thought it worked well as just a scene and didn’t need to rely on a story to be effective.’

William E. Rochfort

Limited Edition Fine Art Prints
Available in a range of sizes and formats
Painting Price: Please contact the Artist

Commissions Invited

Contact The Artist

William E. Rochfort

 

Fine Art Oil Paintings

and Limited Edition Fine Art Prints

Phone: 770 228 7351

Please mention the Hampshire Artists website

Email: willrochfort@gmail.com

Website: williamrochfort.com

About The Artist

Born in 1985, Will Rochfort grew up in Lymington on the south coast of England and, apart from his time studying Illustration and Fine Art at Kingston University, he has lived there all his life. Since graduating in 2008 his focus has been primarily oil painting. Will’s main reason for becoming an artist is from a passion for creativity.

“There is rarely any strong meaning or message behind my work – narrative takes a large role because I like the work to be emotive through what is being portrayed, but creativity is the driving force behind all of my paintings”

From 2008 to 2010 Will Rochfort worked as an Official Artist for the 2012 London Olympics, working with Olympic Gold Medalists, producing paintings in support of the Games and its associated charities.

As well as completing several portrait commissions, Will Rochfort is always searching for new ideas for paintings and usually finds this in books or cinema. With influences ranging from Degas to Rockwell, to the films of Steven Spielberg, it is narrative that really interests Will and he always aims to have a story within his work.

“I am a very visual painter and with the public being my target audience over the art establishment, I always aim to depict scenes that, through the characters portrayed, I hope people can relate to and enjoy”

Will Rochfort - Hampshire Artist

Career / Exhibitions

• 2004 - 2005 Foundation Course in the Arts at Bournemouth Arts Institute

• 2005 - 2006 Completed a year studying Illustration at Kingston University before changing to Fine Art

• July 2006 First Exhibition of work at the New Forest Show with Lloyds TSB Private Banking

• October 2006 Displayed at Christies South Kensington in aid of The Fortune Centre of Riding Therapy

• January 2008 Exhibition at the Fountain Gallery in Hampton

• February 2008 Appeared in the Fine Art Trade Guild magazine ‘Art Business Today’

• May 2008 Appeared in Artist and Illustrators magazine

• June 2008 Final Degree Show at Kingston University

• July 2008 Producing work for the Henley Rowing Regatta

• July 2008 3rd Prize in Artist and Illustrators ‘Artist of the Year’ competition

• July 2008 Exhibiting at ‘Art in Action’

• August 2008 Producing work for The Edinburgh Festival

"In February of 2020, I embarked on a journey to paint 100 portraits. The subjects were sent in through my followers on social media and I’m slowly working my way through the eclectic list of names, usually when I’m in between bigger projects. I’m pleased to share the collection on my website."

Film Poster – Coming Soon – Hampshire Artist William Rochfort

Film Poster – Coming Soon – Hampshire Artist William Rochfort

Art, Painting Commissions and Prints from Hampshire Artists

Artist: William E. Rochfort

Artist: William E. Rochfort

Film Advert Coming Soon Poster - Hampshire Artist William Rochfort

Coming Soon

‘I take a lot of inspiration from American Cinema and love the poster work of Drew Struzan, who inspired me to try my own. Instead of just presenting the poster on the canvas, I wanted to make it a little more interesting and the juxtaposition of the tidy illustrative poster on one side with the quite modernist, open space on the other, seemed to work really well. The result has an essence of loneliness that I really like.’

William E. Rochfort

Limited Edition Fine Art Prints
Available in a range of sizes and formats
Painting Price: Please contact the Artist

Commissions Invited

Contact The Artist

William E. Rochfort

 

Fine Art Oil Paintings

and Limited Edition Fine Art Prints

Phone: 770 228 7351

Please mention the Hampshire Artists website

Email: willrochfort@gmail.com

Website: williamrochfort.com

About The Artist

Born in 1985, Will Rochfort grew up in Lymington on the south coast of England and, apart from his time studying Illustration and Fine Art at Kingston University, he has lived there all his life. Since graduating in 2008 his focus has been primarily oil painting. Will’s main reason for becoming an artist is from a passion for creativity.

“There is rarely any strong meaning or message behind my work – narrative takes a large role because I like the work to be emotive through what is being portrayed, but creativity is the driving force behind all of my paintings”

From 2008 to 2010 Will Rochfort worked as an Official Artist for the 2012 London Olympics, working with Olympic Gold Medalists, producing paintings in support of the Games and its associated charities.

As well as completing several portrait commissions, Will Rochfort is always searching for new ideas for paintings and usually finds this in books or cinema. With influences ranging from Degas to Rockwell, to the films of Steven Spielberg, it is narrative that really interests Will and he always aims to have a story within his work.

“I am a very visual painter and with the public being my target audience over the art establishment, I always aim to depict scenes that, through the characters portrayed, I hope people can relate to and enjoy”

Will Rochfort - Hampshire Artist

Career / Exhibitions

• 2004 - 2005 Foundation Course in the Arts at Bournemouth Arts Institute

• 2005 - 2006 Completed a year studying Illustration at Kingston University before changing to Fine Art

• July 2006 First Exhibition of work at the New Forest Show with Lloyds TSB Private Banking

• October 2006 Displayed at Christies South Kensington in aid of The Fortune Centre of Riding Therapy

• January 2008 Exhibition at the Fountain Gallery in Hampton

• February 2008 Appeared in the Fine Art Trade Guild magazine ‘Art Business Today’

• May 2008 Appeared in Artist and Illustrators magazine

• June 2008 Final Degree Show at Kingston University

• July 2008 Producing work for the Henley Rowing Regatta

• July 2008 3rd Prize in Artist and Illustrators ‘Artist of the Year’ competition

• July 2008 Exhibiting at ‘Art in Action’

• August 2008 Producing work for The Edinburgh Festival

"In February of 2020, I embarked on a journey to paint 100 portraits. The subjects were sent in through my followers on social media and I’m slowly working my way through the eclectic list of names, usually when I’m in between bigger projects. I’m pleased to share the collection on my website."