Winchester Hampshire Artist – Seascape – Storm – Karen Eames

Winchester Hampshire Artist – Seascape – Storm – Karen Eames

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Artist: Karen Eames

Artist: Karen Eames

Stormy Sea, Broken Heart - Seascape - Winchester Hampshire Artist Karen Eames

Stormy Sea, Broken Heart

Image Size: 45cm x 20cm
Art Medium: Mixed Media on Paper
Painting Price: £50

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Karen Eames

Mixed Media Artist

Landscapes and Seascapes

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Email: kaz.reed@icloud.com

Website: kareneamesartgallery.co.uk

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About The Artist

Based in Chalkhill Studio, Oliver's Battery, Winchester, Hampshire, Karen originally trained and worked as a nurse. She always painted in her spare time.

Karen achieved her lifetime dream when she had the opportunity to study Fine Art at Winchester School of Art and Design. She has exhibited throughout the UK and beyond. Her love for painting continues to develop and her work is often expressive, dreamlike and captures a sense of place. Karen enjoys working across media, especially cold wax medium. Her work uses colour, texture and form to capture semi-abstract landscapes and seascapes. The texture is created in layers and she experiments with many different mark-making tools. She explores painting from a deeper level, often relating to personal, visual experiences of her everyday life.

Karen’s painting has a more intuitive approach, which she develops through self-reflection and spending time walking her dogs. She works in sketchbooks on site and completes the paintings in her studio.

Winchester Hampshire Art Gallery - Seascape - Karen Eames
Wildlife - Bird Painting - Winchester Hampshire Artist Karen Eames
Winchester Artist - Hampshire England Art Gallery - Karen Eames
“Landscapes and skies are often overlooked, they surround us and yet can be missed as we are caught up in our busy lives. I sketch on site; I like the idea of paintings being part memory and part real. I have an intuitive approach to art, preferring to explore the colours of dreams rather than reality”
They become part real and part of my dreamscape. They allow me to free myself from the reality of the everyday.”

Exhibitions

Karen has exhibited throughout the UK and beyond.

Ringwood Art Society – Approaching Storm – Seascape by Artist Jean Baylis

Ringwood Art Society – Approaching Storm – Seascape by Artist Jean Baylis

Art, Painting Commissions and Prints from Hampshire Artists

Artist: Jean Baylis

Artist: Jean Baylis

Approaching Storm - Seascape by Ringwood Art Society Artist Jean Baylis

Approaching Storm

Seascape

Image Size: 30″ x 40″
Art Medium: Oil on Canvas
Painting Price: Please contact the Artist

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Jean Baylis


Oil, Acrylic and Mixed Media

Landscapes, Seascapes and Equine Art

Phone: 01202 820203

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Email: jeanbaylis@btinternet.com

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About The Artist

Jean M. Baylis (née Hearsey) born 1950 and educated in London, thoroughly enjoyed painting, with pictures exhibited whilst at school.

Although her heart was always in the countryside and painting, life took her away from that path for many years until fate took a hand. A move to Berkshire, where Jean found two wonderful horses and started long distance riding. A later move to the New Forest / East Dorset border with her family and horses, offered Jean many long hours out in all weathers, riding in the hidden depths of the countryside and over the spectacular Dorset coastline.

In such a natural environment, the artist in her suppressed all those years before, rose to the surface. She saw pictures everywhere she looked, in the dark skies over the sea, in the depths of the forest and in wonderful landscapes. The urge to paint could no longer be ignored. She studied Mixed Media & Visual Techniques City & Guilds at adult education and was referred to study Art & Design at the Art Institute, Bournemouth University, followed by traditional painting methods and life studies at The Prince’s Drawing School, Kensington Palace, London.

Jean Baylis - Artist at work - A cold day at Picket Post , Ringwood

Jean Baylis - Artist at work - A cold day at Picket Post, Ringwood.

Landscape and marine subjects using oil or acrylic media are Jean’s favourite, but occasionally the use of mixed media comes to hand, or pastel, particularly for equestrian subjects. Jean enjoys the spontaneity of working en-plein air, painting what the landscape and weather offer and allowing the atmosphere and paint to create. Her journey of discovery in oil, acrylic, watercolour or pastel are also created at home in her farm studio overlooking grazing fields, on the border of the New Forest.

Art, like life, is a continual learning curve, over which we have no real control. Each mark, thought, word or line adds to, or deviates from the experience on the journey.

Art Group

Ringwood Art Society

Painting en-plein air - Linwood, New Forest - Oil on Board

Painting en-plein air - Linwood, New Forest - Oil on Board.

Galloping Horse – Ringwood Art Society – Pauline Scott – Pastel Painting

Galloping Horse – Ringwood Art Society – Pauline Scott – Pastel Painting

Art, Painting Commissions and Prints from Hampshire Artists

Artist: Pauline Scott

Artist: Pauline Scott

Galloping Horse - Storm - Pastel Painting by Ringwood Art Society member Pauline Scott

Storm

Image Size: 50cm x 60cm with mount
Art Medium: Pastel
Painting Price: £199

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Pauline Scott

Ringwood, Hampshire

Pastel Animal Artist

Phone: 07803 163691

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Email: pastelanimalartist.co.uk

Website: www.pastelanimalartist.co.uk

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About The Artist

Art has been part of my life for as long as I can remember, however it is only in recent years that I have specialised in Animal Art, after retiring from teaching, where I held the position of Art co-ordinator.

My main work is creating pastel portraits from photographs of people’s cats, dogs and horses (or any other pet)! The aim of each portrait is to capture the true character, personality and expression of the pet, enabling people to enjoy and cherish them for a lifetime. The key to capturing your pet is through the eyes. When this is right, the rest follows.

I had the opportunity to go on Safari to Botswana and see the most magnificent animals, first hand, in their natural habitat; such a privilege! Since then I have developed a portfolio of wildlife Animal Art. For this I use Pastels and Graphite pencils, where very fine detail can be achieved.

Art Groups / Exhibitions

I am a member of the Ringwood Art Society, the Society of All Artists and the Society of Equestrian Artists. I have exhibited work locally, in London and in New York. I am also linked to the Worldwide Veterinary Service (WVS). 20% goes to the WVS, when I sell a painting through their organisation.

I accept commissions and am happy to paint any animal. I feel very fortunate to finally be doing what I love.