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Annie Musgrove

Featured Artist Annie Musgrove studied Geography at Cambridge and spent many years teaching students to understand the effect of geology and the forces of erosion and weathering on the landscapes around them. She continued to draw and paint whenever and wherever she could; taking drawing courses at Bristol School of Art and short painting courses at Newlyn School of Art. She has recently reduced her teaching load and is able to devote more time to developing her practice. Last year she had a series of successful exhibitions in Somerset and regularly exhibits at the Ginger Fig Gallery in Taunton...

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ACEarts British Wildlife Open

ACEARTS AND SOMERSET WILDLIFE TRUST ARE WORKING IN PARTNERSHIP TO ORGANISE A NEW BRITISH WILDLIFE OPEN EXHIBITION TO SHOWCASE SOME OF THE BEST CONTEMPORARY ART INSPIRED BY BRITAIN’S DIVERSE WILDLIFE. BRITISH WILDLIFE OPEN 2018 CALL FOR ENTRIES THE BRITISH WILDLIFE OPEN IS A NEW EXHIBITION TO CELEBRATE THE BEST OF BRITISH WILDLIFE ART. BOTH ESTABLISHED, EMERGING AND AMATEUR ARTISTS, WHETHER THEY ARE LIVING IN SOMERSET, ELSEWHERE IN BRITAIN OR THE WORLD, ARE INVITED TO ENTER UP TO FIVE WORKS WHICH DEPICT BRITISH WILDLIFE. For full details please visit ACEarts website...

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Teresa Wilson

Featured Artist Teresa Wilson, B.A. & M.A. I initially qualified as a Conceptual Artist with a B.A. in Fine Art at Plymouth University and then an M.A. in Visual Performance at Dartington College of Art. I have worked with time-based installation and performance art exhibiting nationally and internationally. However, for the last 5 years I have been studying abstract art and moved into painting which has been a wonderful revelation. I love the freedom of action and find colour and its various relationships fascinating. Space and movement are paramount in my work, I have been influenced by the fluid,...

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Christine Rowson

Featured Artist The art I produce begins with the landscape, looking into the natural world. I am drawn to the forms, colours, shapes and changes in the landscape that the elements themselves create. I am fascinated by the transformation that comes from decay and rebirth as each season comes around. I start working in the outdoors, drawing in the moment through visual memory, pen and pencil sketches, watercolours and photography. The work evolves through the process of painting and printmaking, exploring different techniques, memorising the raw experience in open spaces, culminating in a pictorial abstraction of what I see....

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John Abraham

Featured Artist I imagine I could be seen, as a re emerging artist, as it was only in the spring of 2012 that I started painting after a lapse of many years. My preferred subject matter is a coastal scene, which would be  loosely based on an actual location, sometimes very loosely! Natures wonderful kaleidoscope of skies are what give me the inspiration and the combination of sky and water I find fascinating I strive to paint the atmosphere, the mood that this combination produces and I find it so rewarding if I can evoke in the viewer of...

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