Aldeburgh Inspiration

For images and further discussion see Sketchbook 5: Aldeburgh

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Honor Surie  abstract acrylics

Glynn Thomas copperplate etching http://www.glynnthomas.com/index.php

 Maggi Hambling

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Olivia Lemenech Gill

website: http://www.oliviagill.com

My daughter bought me ‘Where My Wellies Take Me’ I really like the wistful dreamy style of this. Also her detailed Drypoint  and collage in other works.

Want to do a proper analysis of this one and try out some of her techniques in my work on Aldeburgh – that place is particularly suited to her type style.

Mark Yardley

http://www.markyardley.com/

Mark Yardley focuses on subjects reclaimed by nature, such as old abandoned fishing boats, rusted chains and even the door latches of shoreline beach huts, zooming in on these subjects choosing interesting areas where paint may be peeling and patterns may be forming. He works mainly in watercolours and gouache. Using a fairly wet page he lets the paints blend and seep out and then adds detail with dry brush strokes once the page has dried. He also incorporates texture into some of his paintings using card, layers of paper and textured pastes.

Julie Driscoll

website

small oils

Julie Drsicoll

 Anne Paton

website

Ink line

Anne Paton

Ruth McCabe

layered watercolour

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Ruth McCabe Fine Head of Hare
Ruth McCabe Ingleton Nook

Sarah Johnson

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Sarah Johnson Aldeburgh
Sarah Johnson website
Sarah Johnson landscape

Beth Andrew

Beth Andrew

Beth Andrew pen and wash

Encaustic website

Jelly Green

Jelly Green Puzzlewood

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charcoal and cows

Colin Slee

Colin Slee

Semi abstract painting

http://www.ryeartgallery.co.uk/gallery-artists/438/c/662/colin-slee/paintings-drawings

Charcoal and acryllic, mixed media and pastel

http://www.suffolkpainters.co.uk/index.cgi?choice=painter&pid=1238

Colin Slee Homestead

Steve Higton

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Steve Higton

Jason Gathorne Hardy

http://www.sarajohnson-art.co.uk/wp-content/gallery/pen-wash/p1060183-50.jpg

Graphite sketches of birds. Also charcoal line on hotpressed??paper

Jason Gathorne Hardy