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Light and the Landscape

Description: 

Having recently moved to the beautiful Welsh borders, the artist reflects on the light and the landscape of his new home.

“Stuart sees the play of light as if refracted through a prism. He builds his compositions through gestural marks working in much the same way
as the Impressionists, creating compositions that dance on the canvas.”
Jenny Blyth Fine Art

Born in England and brought up in Scotland he studied design and illustration in Aberdeen, he is now based in the Welsh Marches.

With work exhibited in a number of galleries throughout the UK and with paintings in many private collections, he has growing reputation that has attracted the attention of fine art buyers across the globe. Magdalen College, Oxford have recently purchased two pieces of his work for the their extensive collection of artworks.

In addition to painting, his practice includes illustration (mostly pen and ink) for a variety of applications from children’s books to maps and murals, and is much sought after as a teacher for adult education and master classes.

He has exhibited throughout the UK over the past 45 years beginning as part of contemporary Scottish artists in Edinburgh in the 1970’s, through collaborative and solo exhibitions in London and the South East, to two recent highly successful solo shows in Oxfordshire.

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Artists Exhibiting at Light and the Landscape

Early October

Stuart Roper

Details

Venue Number: 
101
Address: 
Ellesbrook
Knucklas
Knighton
LD7 1PW
Telephone: 
01547 740052
Directions: 
Opposite the Castle Inn, Knucklas, Knighton

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