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Glynnis Carter

Glynnis Carter’s paintings are a response to, rather than a representation of, landscape. She is inspired by the colour and structure of rock formations, hills and moorland, constantly changing light and weather conditions. The paintings are made over several weeks, building up layers of colour and texture, which provide added depth and complexity.
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Huw Clark Hugh Clark is returning to painting after 35 years in Design and Industry. He is showing a selection of “weather -driven” North Pennine Landscapes in gouache and acrylics.
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Jules Cadie Jules’ artwork is based on situations and places around his studio, with occasional references to Argyll. He considers himself a painter by trade, but often wanders off into the territory of other media and creative disciplines, This includes sculpture, digital images and outdoor performance pieces. His work explores the ways that nature and culture interact.
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Lionel Playford Now based at his new purpose-built Rose House Studio in Garrigill, Lionel spent 18 years living and working in Newcastle-upon-Tyne as an artist and a lecturer in painting. Recently he has been making drawings & paintings, both representational and abstract, about the North Pennine hills and this now forms the bulk of his output. He also paints portraits and other figurative work.
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