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Watercolourists

Andrew Barrowman
Andrew Barrowman is a painter of landscapes and seascapes working in oils. Based in West Cornwall, most of his subjects are usually discovered whilst walking his dog and often painted on location. He finds skies and winter light particularly fascinating. Andrew doesn’t have to travel far to discover interesting locations for his work. He often finds that the most interesting subjects are everyday places. Farm tracks and lanes, corners of fields, distant glimpses of the sea, views from the coast path and sunrises or sunsets seen from the beach are all painted either on location or in the studio.
Andrew Barrowman
Andrew Barrowman is a painter of landscapes and seascapes working in oils. Based in West Cornwall, most of his subjects are usually discovered whilst walking his dog and often painted on location. He finds skies and winter light particularly fascinating. Andrew doesn’t have to travel far to discover interesting locations for his work. He often finds that the most interesting subjects are everyday places. Farm tracks and lanes, corners of fields, distant glimpses of the sea, views from the coast path and sunrises or sunsets seen from the beach are all painted either on location or in the studio.

Acrylic Artists

Amanda Hoskin
Amanda's early creative career was spent working as a wildlife illustrator in London, painting in great detail she learnt her subject well, yet in the early 1990's on her return to live in Cornwall, an interest and passion for painting Landscapes began to grow and led her towards a new creative path. Focusing on skies and the Cornish coast, Amanda experimented with various techniques and mediums working in a more expressive and fluid way, paying close attention to detail of light, she soon found her own impressionistic style that her work is known for today.
Amanda Hoskin
Amanda's early creative career was spent working as a wildlife illustrator in London, painting in great detail she learnt her subject well, yet in the early 1990's on her return to live in Cornwall, an interest and passion for painting Landscapes began to grow and led her towards a new creative path. Focusing on skies and the Cornish coast, Amanda experimented with various techniques and mediums working in a more expressive and fluid way, paying close attention to detail of light, she soon found her own impressionistic style that her work is known for today.

Pencil Artists

Gouache Artists

Rebecca De Mendonca
Rebecca De Mendonca

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