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Hello and welcome to the website of Margot Stinton, a Painter based in Herefordshire. Margot hopes to provide a context for the current and earlier paintings, with some background information or narrative. In addition the website supports and promotes exhibited work, which will be added and uploaded regularly. She is a traditionalist Painter who produces paintings, mainly on a small to medium scale. She draws on her experience to express her emotional response to paint. She likes to create certain shapes, movements and effects with paint. She choreographs the paints, make them dance, spin and flow across the canvas in her work.
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Heraldic Artist and Calligrapher. I paint heraldic arms, only those registered with an appropriate authority, and have designed ranges of handpainted illuminated initial letters, heraldic animal cards, original and printed calligraphy works with and printed heraldic animal cards and diamond cards. I am happy to take orders and commissions from individuals and for wholesale orders.
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I am an Abstract Painter. I paint intuitively often responding to pain and emotions. Although, memories also feature in my artwork. My paintings are colourful, mostly influenced by my heritage. I use a variety of processes and tools to achieve the final piece.
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Based in the Northeast of England, I am a self taught artist with a love and passion for all things arty and crafty. I feel most at home with watercolour, loving the freedom and the excitement that this medium has to offer although most of my experience is based around Acrylics. I enjoy producing loose wash and experimental paintings as much as I do with the more detailed pencil and ink drawings. I am contactable for any commission work that you may require, with a keen interest in portraits and pet portraits.
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A 22 year old Artist based just outside Manchester. I work with oil paint, mixed media and sculpture and have a particular interest in the found object, journeys and defining something as a painting or a sculpture.
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From paintings of the English coast, to Lake Michigan in Chicago, to Venice, my paintings transform actual places into simplified visions of the very element that defines them – water. Abstractions of weather and season at the sea, the paintings are all about spaces of line, colour and light rather than direct landscape. A fascination with light and shadow, reflection and refraction, pattern and water movement drives my experiments with paint to capture changing luminous qualities. I was born in 1970 in Chicago, USA and immigrated to the UK in my early 20s. I started painting after moving from Scotland down to London, studying painting and printmaking privately with an artist in Greenwich, London. Despite identifying very much as a British artist it's been said my paintings still recall a certain "midwestern" eye for the landscape, inferring flat perspective and vast open spaces.
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Born in Hereford, educated in Cardiff, I am a self-taught artist who lives in Swansea. I love light and colour. In my art I am drawn to light and shadows and how they shape our emotions. I use oil on linen canvas mainly. I remember visiting the South of France as a teenager and being mesmerized by the dazzling light, I have been attempting to capture that excitement about light in my paintings ever since. I particularly love the natural world, animals and landscapes. I am also drawn to empty places like churchyards, woods and hills. When I paint in oils I usually paint the light first and then layer the shadows and mid-tones. I try and make my colours bold and bright but as realistic as possible. I aim to make people look at the ordinary and see the extraordinary beauty in it.
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London based artist interested in expressive and emotive work. If it doesn't stir me emotionally then it is unlikely to feature in my portfolio. My alternate life in the finance world as a chartered accountant often finds its way into some of my art; whether this is an advantage or a burden is debatable. Sometimes I feel I am on a journey or quest to find the true nature of the 'art' within me. I find it hard to break away from the chains of my past, but maybe that's a legitimate force in its own right which provides a part of the creative energy. Years of latent, conflicting forces now unleashing onto the canvas. I hope you can feel and see what I tried to say in my work.
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