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Glynnis Carter

Glynnis at work in her studio

 

3, Station Road
Allendale
NE47 9PZ

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"First Snow""First Snow", by Glynnis Carter

Originally from North East London, Glynnis lived, studied and worked in the North East from 1967 - 2000.

In 2000 she moved to Alston in the North Pennines. Whilst continuing to work as a teacher she studied part time at Newcastle College, Northumbria University and Sunderland University. In 2004, having gained a BA(Hons) in Fine Art, she gave up teaching and began to paint full time.

Glynnis draws inspiration for her paintings from the wild landscapes of the North Penines. Her work is a response to the surrounding hills and moorland, the constantly changing light and weather.

She works instinctively, over several weeks, building up layers of colour and texture, allowing what happens on the canvas during the painting process to determine the evolution of the painting

Although her paintings are not made from studies of specific locations, a visit to her studio reveals just how much she is influenced by the huge landscapes which surround it.

Glynnis is exhibiting at Red Barn, Melkinthorpe from March 6th until April 22nd 2010.

Recent exhibitions

•  Recent Work, High Head Gallery, Ivegill, Cumbria 2009

•  Summer Show Fifiefofum, Newton, Northumberland 2009

•  "Eden" , High Head Gallery, Ivegill, Cumbria 2009

•  Autumn Show , The Biscuit Factory, Newcastle 2008

•  "Recent Works", Red Box, Newcastle (solo) 2008

•  Affordable Art Fair, Battersea, London 2007

•  "Painted Desert", Fifiefofum, Newton, Northumberland (solo) 2007

•  Red Barn, Melkinthorpe, Cumbria 2007

•  "Print Made Perfect", The Biscuit Factory, Newcastle upon Tyne 2006

Forthcoming exhibitions

2009

•  October: Masham Arts Festival

•  November: Harrogate Art Fair

•  December: Christmas Show, Red Barn, Melkinthorpe

2010

•  March: Red Barn, Melkinthorpe

•  Summer Show, Biscuit Factory, Newcastle upon Tyne

Glynnis' work can be seen at the following galleries:

Fifiefofum, Newton, Northumberland

Gossipgate Gallery, Alston, Cumbria

Mouncey Fine Art, Barnard Castle, Durham

Bellwood and Wright, Lancaster, Lancashire

The Chatton Gallery, Northumberland

The Bamburgh Gallery, Northumberland

Work on Public Display

Sunderland Borough Council Boardroom, Akeyler Building, Rainton Bridge

Radisson Hotel, Durham City

Open University North, Regional Building, Baltic Business Quarter, Gateshead

 

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