06 Nov 2021 — 08 Jan 2022
The Picture Room, Newlyn Art Gallery
A mixed exhibition of paintings and prints by five Cornish artists, each with a different response to the landscape around them.
Richard Ballinger’s images are often constructed with thickly-impastoed interlocking shapes or blocks of colour. They nod to the symbolic style of post-impressionist painters such as Paul Gauguin.
Oil on canvas, framed works.
Landscape paintings that are concerned with experience beyond the ordinary. In her practice she relies entirely on process and the manipulation of paint, working and reworking the canvas.
Oil on canvas.
Paintings comprising layers of overlapping biomorphic shapes distilled from everyday details, made with a diverse range of materials.
oils, inks and acrylics.
A painter of abstract landscapes, her technique reflects a personal response to her environment. Acrylics, ink and charcoal paintings, her works range from small paper pieces to large-scale paintings on canvas or wood.
Line etchings that signify something meditative in the landscape. Each print begins with a drawing, which is slowly worked into an etching and printed to a limited edition in the studio.
All works are for sale – price list coming soon.
(Please email for more details in the meantime)
With an emphasis on affordable works The Picture Room at Newlyn Art Gallery offers the opportunity to buy paintings, prints and drawings by some of the region’s most recognised artists. All profits from sales directly help to support the gallery’s education and exhibition activities.