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Lynne Cartlidge

Artist Statement

I’m fascinated in painting as a visual language that speaks in metaphors as poetry does for the language of words. As a still life painter one is always on the lookout for subject matter that ‘speaks’ whilst being aware that the creative process involves many small steps which often occur quite unselfconsciously. There is no hierarchy regarding subject matter and quality of light is always vital.

Background

Lynne Cartlidge RCA was born in 1964 in Wellington, New Zealand and grew up in Cornwall when her family returned to the UK in 1967.

She studied art at Falmouth Art College and then Cardiff Art College attaining a BA (Hons) Fine Art degree in 1987 when one of her figurative paintings was selected for the Whitworth Young Contemporaries.

Lynne has lived in Wales since 1987 and retains strong links with Cornwall.

In 2014 she was awarded funding by the Arts Council of Wales for a project involving study with Cornish painter Alice Mumford at the St Ives School of Painting. In recent years she has also studied with Rose Hilton at the Newlyn School of Art and Hugo Grenville in Bristol.

Lynne was elected a member of the Royal Cambrian Academy of the Arts in 2017.

Recent Exhibitions

Summer 2020

11/07/2020 White Space Art

Easter exhibition

01/04/2020 White Space Art

Nature’s Colours

14/09/2019 White Space Art

Affordable Art Fair, Battersea

07/03/2019 White Space Art

The Little Picture Show

24/11/2018 White Space Art

Still Life & Sea Views

13/10/2018 White Space Art

Affordable Art Fair, Spring Collection

08/03/2018 White Space Art

Winter 2017

25/11/2017 White Space Art

Introducing

21/10/2017 White Space Art

Summer Exhibition 2017

22/07/2017 White Space Art

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Lynne Cartlidge