Zebras Charge – Wildlife Art Gallery – Watercolour and Acrylic – Artist Jenny Whalley

Zebras Charge – Wildlife Art Gallery – Watercolour and Acrylic – Artist Jenny Whalley

Art, Painting Commissions and Prints from Berkshire Artists

Artist: Jenny Whalley

Artist: Jenny Whalley

Zebras Charge - Wildlife Art Gallery - Artist Jenny Whalley
Image Size: 56cm x 76cm
Art Medium: Watercolour and Acrylic on Artist-Quality 300gm 100% Cotton Watercolour Paper
Paint is light-fast Watercolour
Original Painting Price: £450

Commissions Invited

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Jenny Whalley

Sandhurst, Berkshire

Mixed-Media Artist

Art Tutor and Demonstrator

Please mention the Berkshire Artists website

Email: jennyartspace@gmail.com

Website: jennysart.space

Facebook: jennysartspace

Gallery Of Art

About The Artist

I have lived in Berkshire in the UK for 20 years.

I am a demonstrator and tutor and have had great fun demonstrating to and teaching lots of different Art organizations in the UK and abroad, both face to face and online.

I developed my mixed-media technique out of necessity. Living in a country struggling under the weight of economic sanctions, teachers and artists had to learn to improvise with natural flora and fauna. More information on my website.

I have also won various awards for my mixed-media paintings at Patchings Annual Art Exhibition in Calverton, near Nottingham.

Mixed-Media Art by Sandhurst Artist and Art Tutor Jenny Whalley - Flight and Chatter
I demonstrate to Art Societies around the uk and abroad, with very positive feedback:

“Jenny is a tremendously creative, talented artist. Her creations transform a home. Plus … she managed to teach a non-painter to complete a few pieces . She’s patitent, hilarious, great fun – a superb teacher!”

Art Groups / Exhibitions

I belong to the Crowthorne and Sandhurst Art Society. From 2001-2005 I was their exhibition secretary. I have also exhibited with The Society of Women Artists at the Mall Gallery, twice.

The Nolan Trust Biennial Exhibition invited me to exhibit when I first arrived in the UK. One of the paintings was of a seagull pinching a chip. There is a very funny story attached to the exhibition of the painting, to read on my website.

Pollensa Bay Mallorca – Pine Trees – Coastal Landscape – Reading Guild of Artists member Kerry Webb

Pollensa Bay Mallorca – Pine Trees – Coastal Landscape – Reading Guild of Artists member Kerry Webb

Art, Painting Commissions and Prints from Berkshire Artists

Artist: Kerry Webb

Artist: Kerry Webb

Pollensa Bay Mallorca - Pine Trees - Coastal Landscape - Reading Guild of Artists member Kerry Webb
Image Size: 61cm x 46cm (24″ x 18″)
Art Medium: Acrylic on Canvas Board
Giclée Prints Available – A2, A3 and A4

Contact The Artist

Kerry Webb

Rural and Coastal Landscapes

and Floral Art

Tilehurst, Berkshire

Please mention the Berkshire Artists website

Email: kjwwebb@gmail.com

Website: kerrywebbpaintings.co.uk

Gallery Of Art

About The Artist

I’m an amateur artist living in West Berkshire.

I take my inspiration mainly from rural and coastal landscapes and the trans formative effects that seasonal and meteorological change have on these.

I have a particular fascination with human intervention on the landscape and the resulting tension between permanence and impermanence: ancient monuments and architectural ruins being a favourite theme. I am intrigued by the way these become absorbed into the surrounding environment over time, while maintaining some presence of their own.

I try to reflect this in the scale of the landscapes I paint and through the relationship between land and sky.

I work mainly in acrylics because I like the immediacy of the medium. I am a keen walker and always have my camera to hand for taking reference photographs, particularly in 'interesting' weather!

Art Group

I am a member of the Reading Guild of Artists.

Dovecot with crows – Rural Landscape Painting – Berkshire Artists Gallery – Kerry Webb

Dovecot with crows – Rural Landscape Painting – Berkshire Artists Gallery – Kerry Webb

Art, Painting Commissions and Prints from Berkshire Artists

Artist: Kerry Webb

Dovecot with crows - Rural Landscape - Berkshire Artists Gallery - Kerry Webb
Image Size: 36cm x 25cm (14″ x 10″)
Art Medium: Acrylic on Canvas Board
Giclée Prints Available – A3 and A4

Contact The Artist

Kerry Webb

Rural and Coastal Landscapes

and Floral Art

Tilehurst, Berkshire

Please mention the Berkshire Artists website

Email: kjwwebb@gmail.com

Website: kerrywebbpaintings.co.uk

Gallery Of Art

About The Artist

I’m an amateur artist living in West Berkshire.

I take my inspiration mainly from rural and coastal landscapes and the trans formative effects that seasonal and meteorological change have on these.

I have a particular fascination with human intervention on the landscape and the resulting tension between permanence and impermanence: ancient monuments and architectural ruins being a favourite theme. I am intrigued by the way these become absorbed into the surrounding environment over time, while maintaining some presence of their own.

I try to reflect this in the scale of the landscapes I paint and through the relationship between land and sky.

I work mainly in acrylics because I like the immediacy of the medium. I am a keen walker and always have my camera to hand for taking reference photographs, particularly in 'interesting' weather!

Art Group

I am a member of the Reading Guild of Artists.

Uffington White Horse – Oxfordshire Landmark – Berkshire Landscape Artist Kerry Webb

Uffington White Horse – Oxfordshire Landmark – Berkshire Landscape Artist Kerry Webb

Art, Painting Commissions and Prints from Berkshire Artists

Artist: Kerry Webb

Uffington White Horse - Oxfordshire Landmark - Berkshire Landscape Artist Kerry Webb - Reading Guild of Artists
Image Size: 50cm x 20cm (20″ x 8″)
Art Medium: Acrylic on Canvas
Giclée Prints Available – A3 and A4

Contact The Artist

Kerry Webb

Rural and Coastal Landscapes

and Floral Art

Tilehurst, Berkshire

Please mention the Berkshire Artists website

Email: kjwwebb@gmail.com

Website: kerrywebbpaintings.co.uk

Gallery Of Art

About The Artist

I’m an amateur artist living in West Berkshire.

I take my inspiration mainly from rural and coastal landscapes and the trans formative effects that seasonal and meteorological change have on these.

I have a particular fascination with human intervention on the landscape and the resulting tension between permanence and impermanence: ancient monuments and architectural ruins being a favourite theme. I am intrigued by the way these become absorbed into the surrounding environment over time, while maintaining some presence of their own.

I try to reflect this in the scale of the landscapes I paint and through the relationship between land and sky.

I work mainly in acrylics because I like the immediacy of the medium. I am a keen walker and always have my camera to hand for taking reference photographs, particularly in 'interesting' weather!

Art Group

I am a member of the Reading Guild of Artists.

Uffington Castle near Wantage Oxfordshire – Rural Landscape Artist Kerry Webb – Berkshire Artists Gallery

Uffington Castle near Wantage Oxfordshire – Rural Landscape Artist Kerry Webb – Berkshire Artists Gallery

Art, Painting Commissions and Prints from Berkshire Artists

Artist: Kerry Webb

Uffington Castle near Wantage Oxfordshire - Rural Landscape Artist Kerry Webb - Berkshire Artists Gallery
Image Size: 61cm x 46cm (24″ x 18″)
Art Medium: Acrylic on Canvas Board
Original Painting Available: £395 (unframed)
Giclée Prints Available – A2, A3 and A4

Contact The Artist

Kerry Webb

Rural and Coastal Landscapes

and Floral Art

Tilehurst, Berkshire

Please mention the Berkshire Artists website

Email: kjwwebb@gmail.com

Website: kerrywebbpaintings.co.uk

Gallery Of Art

About The Artist

I’m an amateur artist living in West Berkshire.

I take my inspiration mainly from rural and coastal landscapes and the trans formative effects that seasonal and meteorological change have on these.

I have a particular fascination with human intervention on the landscape and the resulting tension between permanence and impermanence: ancient monuments and architectural ruins being a favourite theme. I am intrigued by the way these become absorbed into the surrounding environment over time, while maintaining some presence of their own.

I try to reflect this in the scale of the landscapes I paint and through the relationship between land and sky.

I work mainly in acrylics because I like the immediacy of the medium. I am a keen walker and always have my camera to hand for taking reference photographs, particularly in 'interesting' weather!

Art Group

I am a member of the Reading Guild of Artists.