Lonesome Pine – Sky Arts LAOTY Submission Painting – Berkshire Artist Shelagh Casebourne

Lonesome Pine – Sky Arts LAOTY Submission Painting – Berkshire Artist Shelagh Casebourne

Art, Painting Commissions and Prints from Berkshire Artists

Artist: Shelagh Casebourne

Artist: Shelagh Casebourne

Lonesome Pine LAOTY Submission Oil Painting by Berkshire Artist Shelagh Casebourne
Image Size: 30cm x 40cm
Art Medium: Oil on Board
Original Painting: Not For Sale
Giclée Prints available – Please contact the Artist

Contact The Artist

Shelagh Casebourne


Landscape Artist

and Art Tutor

Please mention the Berkshire Artists website

Email: shelagh.casebourne@gmail.com

Website: shelaghcasebourne.com

Gallery Of Art

About The Artist

Shelagh Casebourne is a figurative painter, with a studio in a Berkshire village on the River Thames.

After a career in publishing, she completed a Fine Art degree in 2010.

Her inspiration is taken from the natural world and from walking in the countryside.

A Landscape Artist of the Year 2020 finalist, she is equally happy painting plein air or in the studio.

Shelagh Casebourne at work in her Berkshire studio
Shelagh Casebourne - Landscape Artist of the Year finalist at Trinity Buoy Wharf

Credit: Sky Arts / Landscape Artist of the Year

Shelagh Casebourne - Landscape Artist of the Year finalist
at Trinity Buoy Wharf.
Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park - Semi-Final LAOTY
View Down-River from Trinity Buoy Wharf, East London
Fields at Aston Berkshire

Art Groups and Exhibitions

Shelagh is a member (and Secretary) of the Reading Guild of Artists and exhibits regularly in the area. She also tutors workshops at a local arts centre.

Allotments: Protecting Paul’s Brussels – Reading Berkshire Artist Therese Lawlor

Allotments: Protecting Paul’s Brussels – Reading Berkshire Artist Therese Lawlor

Art, Painting Commissions and Prints from Berkshire Artists

Artist: Thérèse Lawlor

Artist: Thérèse Lawlor

Allotments_ Protecting Paul’s Brussels - Reading Berkshire Artist Therese Lawlor

Allotments: Protecting Paul’s Brussels

This painting is from a series about Allotments through the seasons and it depicts a frosty, wintery scene. Therese has had her allotment for 14 years and has many paintings of sheds, allotment plots, people working on their plots and food produced from fresh fruit and vegetables. She has a range of allotment and food cards with tips for ‘what to do’ each month and delicious recipes for you to try.

Image Size: A2, unframed
Art Medium: Watercolour
Painting Price: £200

Commissions Invited

Contact The Artist

Thérèse Lawlor

Mixed Media Art

'Concertina' Sketchbooks

Greetings Cards

Please mention the Berkshire Artists website

Email: Therese@tight-five.com

Facebook Page - Therese's Paintings

Gallery Of Art

About The Artist

Thérèse has lived in Reading for over 30 years and uses the town and her allotment as two of the inspirations for her work.

She develops paintings from sketches she makes on location and some of the scenes captured become greeting cards, with the history of the place on the back. Some of her work has represented Reading with its twin town of Dusseldorf and she has been commissioned to depict many local buildings for promotions or as presents. She is very happy to discuss commissions.

Video

Enjoy this video of Thérèse Lawlor in her studio letting us know about her cards available at Reading Museum and showing us examples of her wonderful concertina books. You can use the controls on the video to enlarge it to full screen size.

 

Greetings Cards

'My cards carry the history of the image on the front in the case of local places, or recipes on the back of my food pictures, or gardening advice on my allotment cards.'

Art Group / Exhibitions

Thérèse is a member of the Reading Guild of Artists, Woodley and Earley Arts Group, Reading Urban Sketchers and Mixed Media Monday Group. She exhibits at Whiteknights Studio Trail, The Henley Arts Trail and at many local arts events in Berkshire.

Paintings Exhibition at Reading Hospital - 25% of sales to the hospital’s voluntary services charity

Paintings Exhibition at Reading Hospital - 25% of sales go to the hospital’s voluntary services charity.