Ann Winder-Boyle’s distinctive and disarmingly playful compositions of her collaged hand-drawn ink illustrations, vintage book covers, beeswax, wire and driftwood, reference big topical social and economic issues such as homelessness and Brexit – clad in the guise of 1950s childhood innocence.
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Tim Baynes opens his studio in Beaconsfield to us – what a treat! My son has just taken art as a GCSE option in school and we thought a visit to an artists’ studio would be a perfect inspiration. We asked Tim if he wouldn’t mind us visiting him – his response was “We can […]
Drawing inspiration from the natural and built environment my work expresses a desire to explore the dynamics of form, shape and colour found within and around objects. Finding a balanced composition in the almost tangible energy produced by objects in harmony and tension with one another particularly fascinates me.