Snog Furniture
Snog Furniture, Peter Morgan
Tearoom
Rebecca Davis
Shelly Perkins
Shelly Perkins
Jane Hickman
Contemporary glass
Nina Casson Mc Garva

Alan Naylor

On this page

Artwork for Alan Naylor

Chapel Porth Autumn. Cornwall

Towards Pen Y Fan

Malvern Hills

Autumn Light on Tryfan, Snowdonia

Rhyd Ddu, Snowdonia

Autumn Equinox Surf, Wales

Autumn Mist, Snowdonia, Wales

Strom Clouds Forming

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

Drawing, painting and photographing the landscape has for many years formed the inspiration for most of my work. The transitions from sky, sea and land creates space, shapes and divisions. It is these and the colours and texture of rock, earth and water that I try to capture or convey in my work.

For you what does being an artist mean?: 

Creativity. It is through the continuing process of experimentation and trying to capture those elusive moments in time and of nature, when all the elements come together and inspire me. Capturing the sprit of the landscape

Describe what you call yourself/your practice?: 

Contemporary landscape painter and photographer.

Your practice & activities include e.g workshops, teaching: 

Painting, Drawing, Photography and outdoor education work.

CV & Education, relevant & leading to your artistic practice: 

BA Hons Ceramics and Glass, West Surrey College of Art.
Worked in Art Education, Gloucestershire.
Outdoor Education leading groups around the world.
Various exhibitions in both London and locally.

Your gallery outlets/stockists: 
Venues Description: 
My studio and garden
Venues Confirmed: 
Yes

Search Artists by Surname