Small Paintings Exhibition

02.12.20 - 03.01.21

Jethro Jackson

The big skies and ever changing light of the North Cornish coast are Jethro’s constant inspiration. His oil on board seascapes and landscapes capture the expansiveness, wildness and unique mood of this much loved part of Cornwall for those who love it as much as he does.

Blue Tomato Palm

Oil on board

12cm x 12cm

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Low Tide Winter Walk

Oil on board

15cm x 10cm

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Winter Sunset Baby Bay

Oil on board

18cm x 13cm

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Surfer Silhouette

Oil on board

15cm x 10cm

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Winter Gulls Rock

Oil on board

18cm x 13cm

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Boy and The Dog, Tregirls

Oil on board

20cm x 30cm

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Winter Storm by Headlights 1

Oil on board

30cm x 15cm

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Pink House Polzeath

30cm x 15cm

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Brea Hill Reflection

36cm x 14cm

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Hawkers Cove Reflections

39cm x 12cm

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Porthcothan Breakers

39cm x 12cm

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Light Over Cassocks

25cm x 12cm

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Elsa Taylor, Burford

Elsa’s inspiration comes from landscape, both the Cotswolds countryside where she lives, and places she has visited. The Umbrian Hills, the wild north of Scotland, the Cornish coast. Her interest in abstraction was sparked by the construction and composition of landscape, and also of flowers - a fascination with their colours, textures and patterns.

Two Poppies

30cm x 30cm

Oil on canvas

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Evening

40cm x 30cm

Oil on canvas

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Blue and Green

Oil on canvas

20cm x 20cm

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Blue Pot on Red

19cm x 25cm

Oil on board

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Flowers

19cm x 25cm

Oil on board

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Wild Seas

50cm x 50cm

Oil on canvas

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Dark Cliffs

30cm x 30cm

Oil on canvas

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Black Rock

19cm x 25cm

Oil on board

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David Pearce, Padstow

David’s paintings have seemingly simple compositions. They celebrate the innocence of awkward lines and are completely without ego. Inspired by St Ives artists like Hilton, Wallis and Heron, David’s exciting use of colour and distinct style has been exhibited widely in the US and Europe.

Galleon 2

15cm x 20cm

Mixed medium on panel.

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Waiting for the tide

15cm x 20cm

Mixed medium on panel.

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Heading Out

15cm x 20cm

Mixed medium on panel.

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Keepers Cottage

25cm x 22cm

Mixed medium on panel.

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Sailing Around The Bay

30cm x 30cm

Mixed medium on panel.

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Sailing at Sunset

30cm x 30cm

Mixed medium on panel.

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Racing Along The Estuary

30cm x 30cm

Mixed medium on panel.

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Close

34cm x 35cm

Mixed medium on panel.

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Shortcut

28cm x 31cm

Mixed medium on panel.

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Ann Armitage, West Penwith

Ann’s work is a direct response to everyday objects around her at home, and the coastline where she walks daily. The paintings start off as tiny versions on newspaper. These are pasted into sketchbooks and used for reference. Primarily oil on board or canvas, under-painting is integral to the process and gives Ann’s work its characteristic depth.

Black Table, Yellow Window

Oil on linen

24cm x 30cm

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Spotty Bowl and Jug

Oil on Board

16cm, x 16cm

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Blue Room

Oil on linen

24cm x 30cm

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Black Table, Three Pears

Oil on linen

30cm x 30cm

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Figs and Flowers

Oil on Linen

30cm x 24cm

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Early Daffodils

Oil on board

20cm x 20cm

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Cherry Platter

Oil on Board

16cm x 21cm

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Bowl of Cherries

Oil on Board

16cm x 21cm

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Georgia Hart, London

Working with oils and a palette knife, Georgia’s semi abstract landscapes are full of depth and texture. Georgia has made frequent trips to this part of Cornwall throughout her life since childhood. She cites the combination of ‘wildness and familiarity’ of this landscape as inspiration for her distinctive paintings.

Incoming

18cm x 23cm

Oil on paper

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Day Trip to Padstow

23cm x 18cm

Oil on paper

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To Porthilly

23cm x 18 cm

Oil on paper

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Early Evening at Daymer

19cm x 19cm

Oil on paper

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Camel Azure

29.8cm x 34.9cm

Oil on paper

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In to the surf

18.5cm x 18cm

Oil on paper

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Nina Brooke, Rock

As a travelling seascape painter, her quest for new aerial views, colour palettes and scenes of human coastal activity has taken Nina all over the world. But it’s here in Cornwall that she is at home. Nina uses acrylics on board and canvas to capture the colour and atmosphere of beach and sea life from above.

Mother Ivey’s 1

40cm x 40cm

Acrylic on canvas

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Rock Beach

50cm x 50cm

Acrylic on canvas

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Palm Trees 1

30cm x 30cm

Acrylic on board

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Palm Trees 2

30cm x 30cm

Acrylic on board

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Palm Trees 3

30cm x 30cm

Acrylic on board

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Palm Trees 4

30cm x 30cm

Acrylic on board

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