Originals and prints for sale in Lynton, North Devon, Exmoor. Arts and crafts, Ceramics made on Exmoor and in Devon and the Westcountry. Lynton and Lynmouth art galleries. Arts and crafts for sale in Lynton and Lynmouth on the Devon coast. Blown glass and fused glass works for sale in Lynton. A selection of hand made gifts and greetings cards for sale in Lynton North Devon. Batik and collages by Penny Laird
Alison is a full time artist from Somerset. Having worked for many years in Londonas a graphic designer she has returned to the countryside to rediscover the rural landscape and environment which is now an important influence on her work. Alison paints mainly in acrylic, painstakingly applied in many thin layers to achieve the clean, modern look with the detail she desires. She endeavours to render realistic looking animals and avoids giving them human traits. Alison explores ways of representing animals in a natural and engaging way to help the viewer feel they could almost be part of that moment. The animals are removed from the landscape to echo our own disassociation from food productionand working animals. Alison was a prize winner at The Atkinson Gallery Open Exhibition at Millfield School in 2007 and the Bockingfords postcard competition 2009. She is a member of Somerset Art Week and the Gallery4Art group.
Alison Jacobs
Cowscape
Limited edition giclee print in white mount Image size: 8 x 7 inches Mount size: 12 x 12 inches £25
Fresian 200797
Limited edition giclee print in ivory mount Image size: 10 x 10 inches Mount size: 17 x 17 inches £55
Batik and collages by Penny Laird
Alison is a full time artist from Somerset. Having worked for many years in Londonas a graphic designer she has returned to the countryside to rediscover the rural landscape and environment which is now an important influence on her work. Alison paints mainly in acrylic, painstakingly applied in many thin layers to achieve the clean, modern look with the detail she desires. She endeavours to render realistic looking animals and avoids giving them human traits. Alison explores ways of representing animals in a natural and engaging way to help the viewer feel they could almost be part of that moment. The animals are removed from the landscape to echo our own disassociation from food productionand working animals. Alison was a prize winner at The Atkinson Gallery Open Exhibition at Millfield School in 2007 and the Bockingfords postcard competition 2009. She is a member of Somerset Art Week and the Gallery4Art group.
Alison Jacobs
Cowscape
Limited edition giclee print in white mount Image size: 8 x 7 inches Mount size: 12 x 12 inches £25
Fresian 200797
Limited edition giclee print in ivory mount Image size: 10 x 10 inches Mount size: 17 x 17 inches £55