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David Mather Art Gallery - David Mather Artworks

David Mather Art Gallery - David Mather Artworks

"Hello, I was born and raised in the westcountry of the UK, and still live there to this day, I get a lot of inspiration for my paintings from the surrounding area I live. My first inclination that I had the ability to create art came from a teacher at our school, she saw something in my work to convince her that I could sit the GCE examination, for"

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St Aubin harbour Jersey

Elephants at the waterhole

View of Polperro

Passing storm over Plymouth

Morning sail to the mewstone

End of the day

"Solitude"

"Ger Tor"

"Reflections"

"Cafe Liaison

After the storm

Saddle tor Dartmoor

Dukes

Crooklets beach Bude

Towards Mis Tor

Preparing for the tide

Poppies

Bluebells at Burrator

Dartmoor past

Tavy cleave



Hello,

I was born and raised in the westcountry of the UK, and still live there to this day, I get a lot of inspiration for my paintings from the surrounding area I live. My first inclination that I had the ability to create art came from a teacher at our school, she saw something in my work to convince her that I could sit the GCE examination, for which I did and passed, from there I left school and eventually joined the armed forces and only painted in my spare time, unfortunatly I sustained a disability whilst in the services and had to retire early, my art now is used mainly as a therapy for my disability, which is a great comfort, the style of art that inspires me most is impressionism, and the work of Edward Segal and Wesson.

 

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