Shelly Perkins
Shelly Perkins
William Smith
William Smith
Harbour by Lorenzo Gavarini
Lorenzo Gavarini
Catherine Van Giap - fish panel
Catherine Van Giap
Jill Crowther
Jill Crowther

Florence Wrigley

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Artwork for Florence Wrigley

Sunflowers in the Wind


Guiding Us

Home To Roost

Storm at Sea

Summer Time

Storm Again!

Dreaming Poppies

How would you describe the work you do and why?: 

Inspired by the sea when travelling and the beautiful nature around us in Herefordshire, I strive to convey the variety of emotions I feel when blending into these landscapes rather than rendering a photographic representation. All my work is therefore atmospheric, mysterious and emotion-based. I want to take the viewer into a personal journey or to be part of a story in all the work I produce.

For you what does being an artist mean?: 

Being an artist enables me to accompany others on a journey of emotions, hopes and dreams by helping them to see the world in a different way. It is a state of mind where you have to persevere and keep looking to move forward on that journey.

Describe what you call yourself/your practice?: 

I started my Art journey in 2003 by attending a Chinese Watercolour evening class, and those first brushstrokes would forever define my passion for loose painting and atmospheric watercolours. Extending to landscape and flower painting in the following years, I developed my artistic style by combining the fresh and energic characteristics of the brushstrokes of Chines watercolour with our more traditional watercolour techniques. Today my paintings and other creations are a mirror image of my artistic evolution.

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