With a turn of the calendar, we find ourselves in September once again. As we transition into Autumn, we take one last look at the pleasures of Summers gone by. Edward Hersey’s newest painting ‘Summer at the Old Dairy’ provides the perfect oasis of Summer nostalgia, its dusty path subtly inviting us to indulge in the warm delights of the season all the year round.
Additionally, this month the gallery is excited to announce the release of two new signed limited edition prints by Wayne Westwood: ‘Swaledale Ram’ and ‘Peregrine Falcon’. Available exclusively at York Fine Arts, these newest prints beautifully demonstrate Wayne’s ability to translate British wildlife into animate works of art full of light and texture. Both prints are limited to editions of 65, so be sure to order early to avoid disappointment.
The gallery will be also be receiving new paintings from Sean Durkin in the coming days, so please continue to visit the Recently Acquired page to see these, as well as the rest of our newly available pieces by artists including Edward Hersey, Gordon Lees, Raymond Campbell, Wayne Westwood and Terry Evans.
We wish you the best, and look forward to seeing you soon.
The Directors of York Fine Arts.
Gordon’s technique effortlessly translates complex subjects into inviting scenes brimming with light and emotion. Likewise, his romantic style enables him to capture the idyllic atmosphere of Britain’s towns and villages, and to reflect the traditional values of a rural England now so sadly missed.
A selection of original paintings by Gordon Lees are available for purchase.
Wayne Westwood is a remarkably talented British wildlife artist whose spectacular work is fuelled by his passionate love of the outdoors and his earnest dedication to his artistic development. His remarkable technique and fine attention to detail allow him to create almost photographic work of the highest calibre.
Thirteen original paintings by Wayne Westwood are available for purchase.
As a highly regarded British still life artist, Raymond Campbell is most recognised for his curious paraphernalia arrangements, reminiscent of the 17th Century Dutch painters. These unique tableaux can be identified by their detailed precision and classically “Campbell-esque” contents including vintage wine bottles and sepia photographs.
A selection of original paintings by Raymond Campbell are available for purchase.