Last week we saw the arrival of four new artists being represented at FIZZ and ten gorgeous originals ‐ now on show.
We bring you the emotive and spiritual wildlife of Carolina Arbuthnot, the joy and beauty of the British countryside from Elizabeth Baldin, captivating seascapes by Katie Day, and beautiful, evocative figurative work from Martin Leighton.
If you like what you see but need something in a different shape or size just get in touch – below is a small selection of what is available.
We have been blown away by the talent of these new artists and hope you enjoy them too. Sorry, just couldn’t resist it!
“Dance of Light”
Carolina creates her pieces using mixed media, which includes acrylic, resin, diamond frost, glitter and gems.
She particularly loves painting woodland scenes, portraying the love, strength and family bonds she sees in nature.
“The Poppy Path”
“Summer Fields II”
“Red Roof Cottage”
Elizabeth uses acrylics to create impressionist style landscapes, which capture the joy of being out in the countryside.
She starts by taking photographs and making sketches, which she then develops into paintings.
Martin is entirely self taught, preferring to experiment with his own style. He is passionate about portrait and figurative subjects, which he often combines with seascapes.
He lives on the south coast, which allows him many opportunities to study how the light changes, and the natural world provides him with a wealth of inspiration.
“Sea Dreams I”
Katie has had a love and fascination with the natural world since she was young, which is reflected in her work. She creates her texture-rich work by drawing on her inspirations from wildlife, landscapes and the beautiful colours she sees in everyday nature.