Elaine Sibley at The Gallery Project, Noss Mayo
Elaine Sibley has an exhibition at The Gallery Project in Noss Mayo, on now until 10 May.
Where is The Gallery Project, Noss Mayo?
Tel: 01752 873150
How do I know Elaine Sibley?
Elaine and I are members of SHAF (South Hams Art Forum). We both take part in the annual SHAF Arts Trail. This year, that’s 13-28 October. Put those dates in your diary!
Elaine and I also exhibited together at the Contemporary Passions Exhibition in June of last year and that’s where I first saw some of her work: her beautiful hand forged silver jewellery.
In this exhibition, we meet Elaine, the painter.
Like me, Elaine is passionate about landscape. Unlike me, her style is incredibly adventurous!
What’s special about Elaine Sibley’s work?
Elaine’s contemporary landscapes emerge from natural surroundings; namely Dartmoor and the local coastline.
She is aware of the ever changing weather and conditions on Dartmoor and attempts to capture the effect this has on light and colour in her paintings.
She walks, sketches and takes photographs.
Back in the studio, she is currently enjoying the immediacy of acrylics and uses texture and a variety of tools to try to convey the mood and atmosphere of the place rather than a true representation.
More about Elaine Sibley
Elaine lives and works on the edge of Dartmoor.
Elaine studied at Plymouth College of Art and then the College of St Mark & St John where she gained a PGCE.
She taught Design and Technology for 20 years while designing and making silver jewellery which she continues to sell through local galleries and open studios.
Since retiring from teaching in 2016, Elaine has found time to experiment and expand her work and has developed a passion for painting.
To see more of Elaine’s images, visit her Facebook page.
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I’m very happy to promote fellow artists!