We are delighted to announce our new pet portrait service provided by St Teath artist Bill Isaacs. A standard oil paiting can be supplied at the special introductory price of £295 or alternatively for £395 Bill can add a quirky addition as shown in this example.
Bill is based in North Cornwall and is the leader of a small group of artists called The Absurdists. The aim of their work is to extend and exercise the imagination of the viewer, with a highly incongruous scenario that is both thought provoking and humorous. William is a painter with many years experience of depicting the unusual, the offbeat, the amusing. In a catalogue of original pictures he makes the commonplace less common, the extraordinary almost feasible. There is no common theme in his paintings, just a desire to make you look and wonder ‘what if’.
This Laura Hodgson painting “Spring Looking South” recently just sold for £850.
Botallack artist Laura lives close to the Geevor Tin Mine which has been the focus of much recent activity in the filming of the BBC’s second series of Poldark.
Laura has been painting all her life and uses a striking blend of oils and acrylics to produce highly original paintings of her beloved Cornish landscape. Her favourite locations include Kenidjack Carn, Trencrom Hill and the area surrounding Pendeen and Zennor.
Laura has already built up a successful sales record at the Alverton Gallery and is most certainly one to watch. Another Botallack artist, Hilary Anderson, lives next door to Laura; Hilary’s work can also be seen at the Alverton Gallery.