Sunday, 12 November 2017 00:11

Autumn Equinox Port Gaverne 2017

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Autumn Equinox Port Gaverne 2017.

Oil on canvas. 60 x 60 cms.

£750.00

This is a painting of the view from the hill behind my studio overlooking Port Gaverne in North Cornwall. I started the painting on the day of the Autumn Equinox 2017. This also coincided with Cornwall being hit by the tail end of Hurricane Ophelia. At midday the sky turned yellow and the sun became a vermillion orb. It created a very surreal atmosphere which I have tried to capture in this painting. I was inspired by the heightened colour, the cyclonic gales and the menacing cloud formations. Sombre but very beautiful.

Friday, 28 July 2017 22:08

'Nanven'. fine art print.

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Nanven
£50.00
 
 

'Porth Nanven'. 2016
Limited addition. Fine Art Giclee Print now available.. Archival quality Giclee print on : 
Canson Aquarelle Rag
Museum grade 310 g.s.m., 100% cotton fine art and photo paper, with beautifully warm off-white tones and extreme texture.
Signed.Numbered. Authenticated.
Prints from £50.00 unframed. £125.00 framed.

 
 
Friday, 03 March 2017 23:57

Andrew Palmer @ Ply Gallery March 9-14 2017

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The Poster for my forthcoming exhibition at The Ply Gallery, Hornsey Town Hall. London N8. 9-14th March 2017. Private View Thursday 9th March 6-9pm. All welcome.

Sunday, 23 October 2016 16:04

Cot Valley and the Brisons 2016

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COT VALLEY AND THE BRISONS

Cot Valley and the Brisons, 2016. Oil on Canvas. Framed. 140 x 110 cms. £2750.00. The large, smooth boulders which populate the beaches of Porth Nanven Cove have led to its being referred to by some as ‘Dinosaur Egg Beach’. The black boulders were used to line the vaults of the Bank of England. Cape Cornwall has an ancient and elemental atmosphere about it which is especially encapsulated by Cot Valley and the magnetic beach at Nanven which lies at its mouth. Celtic settlements, stone circles and quoits abound along with the abandoned tin mines which draw me back to explore and interpret the power of nature, especially where the land meets the sea. In this painting I was inspired by the particular way in which the waves broke over the egg shaped rocks and the dramatic but smooth and sensuous emotion that that meeting provoked in me. I spent some time camping near Zennor and made many 'plein air' studies on the spot encapsulating the varied moods that the sea, the land and the weather created. My spiritual interaction with them guided the interaction of - oil paint, linseed oil and paste, turpentine, coarse brushes, squeegies, sand, seaweed and all the elements, to create images which I then worked with in my studio in Port Gaverne, to produce this painting 'Cot Valley and the Brisons'
Wednesday, 27 March 2013 02:09

AP @ MURRAY

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Andrew Palmer. Recent 'Works on Paper'. @ MURRAY. 142 Crouch Hill, London N8 9DX. 0208 342 5200.

Private View. Thurs 11th April 2013. 6 - 9pm. All Welcome.

Wednesday, 05 December 2012 02:30

Andrew Palmer at The Columbia Road Gallery

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Andrew Palmer will be showing at The Columbia Road Gallery, London E2 7RH from 25th November 2012.

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Saturday, 27 October 2012 19:52

Andrew Palmer Artists Cards

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A package of 5 Artists cards by Andrew palmer is available. To purchase this item contact us using the contact page.

Monday, 23 April 2012 15:47

Artists Statement

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Andrew Palmer. Artists Statement. April 2012.

 

“I am very influenced by the sea and have always been fascinated by its power

and ever changing moods.

I immerse myself in the dramatic land and seascapes that surround me in

Cornwall and initially make studies, in oil on canvas or board, painting quickly

using bold and vigorous brushstrokes to express my subjective response to the

location.

In the studio I work from these studies on larger paintings, which are often

more abstract and expressive, while still conveying the atmosphere and specific

sense of place of the original subject.”