Beyond the Sea had another brilliant year at the Affordable Art Fair in Battersea in March. We brought many of our much loved artists with us, along with some fantastic new artists who are joining the Beyond the Sea family.
We loved meeting and chatting with you about which artists you love and what inspires you. We look forward to seeing you there again next year.
We’re getting ourselves ready for the 2017 Affordable Art Fair in London. Join us in Battersea Park where we’ll be exhibiting work by some of our own artists along with artworks by over 1,000 other artists for you to browse, buy and take away.
9 – 12 MARCH 2017
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Demelza and the staff at Beyond the Sea enjoyed their annual get together in January at the delicious Stein’s Seafood Restaurant.
Beyond the Sea is excited to announce that we have 2 new artists joining us; John Greig and John Piper.
“Beach Life is all about the space/skies/figures in the landscape and atmosphere that creates the feelings and memories of West Cornwall.” – More about John Greig >>
John’s work is coming soon.
Beyond the Sea now have works available by Cornwall-based artist Phillip Lyons.
Philip uses subtle colours and strong pattern in his compositions – locking them together to make a firm structure. He pays attention to the surface of the paintings to create areas that have a sense of history (telling a story). There are accents of strong colour to anchor the composition.
Philip looks for modest, everyday events and views, such as looking out from a window, light passing over a field, a glimpse of the sea over a hedge and shadows of trees stretching across a field.
Philip often uses a grid structure to start a painting, sometimes remaining visible, sometimes hidden in the background. He likes to use his home environment where he looks for natural frameworks and grids, such as windows, doorways, shadows and shapes of objects in rooms.
Philip has lived and exhibited his paintings in Cornwall since 1989. He tends to paint places he knows well, returning to them frequently throughout the seasons. He has work in public collections, including Royal Cornwall Museum, Truro, Palace of Westminster, London, Falmouth Art Gallery, Falmouth and Devon County Council Art Collection. He has exhibited in commercial galleries in London and the South West.
The Beyond the Sea Welly Boot Dog has raised an amazing £2945.20 since 2009 for Padstow Lifeboat.
Thurs 10th March to Sunday 13th March
Private Viewing Tickets Now Available
Take a sneak preview and have a little taster of some of the beautiful work of the artists’ collections for the fair.
If you would like to attend the private viewing or if you would like a complimentary ticket to the fair, please get in touch.