This exhibition finishes on 27/08/2021
Coast and Country Art Exhibition
A solo exhibition of marine and landscape art by Amanda – a contemporary artist who works in acrylics and mixed media. Amanda has sold to private collections both at home and abroad.
Exhibition starts on 03/08/2021 ends 27/08/2021
It is FREE to visit. No need to pre-book – just turn up and enjoy!
Coast and Country Exhibition – Amanda Curbishley
‘’I am fascinated by the effects of light, by texture and natural forms, by shape and colour in nature. I like the effects of weather and age on natural or manmade surfaces. I try to reflect these in my work. I love the versatility of acrylic and by using acrylic and mixed media I try to incorporate bright colours and textures into my paintings, which lean toward the semi abstract.’’
Amanda is a regular exhibitor throughout Buckinghamshire including at the Bucks Art Society Exhibitions, Mentmore Arts Festival, Bucks Art Weeks, Obsidian Gallery, Bucks County Museum and various art festivals.
She has exhibited at the Royal Society of Marine Artists exhibition and the ING Discerning Eye exhibition, both at the Mall Galleries in central London, at ‘Not the Royal Academy’ at the Llewellyn Alexander Gallery, London and at The Crypt Gallery, St. Ives with members of the National Acrylic Painters Association. Amanda held a solo art exhibition at Claydon Estate Courtyard, 2018. She exhibited with the Oxford Art Society and in ‘The People’s Landscape exhibition’ at Claydon House. Amanda had a tutorial published in ‘Paint’ magazine issued by the SAA.
She is an elected member of the Buckinghamshire Art Society, the Oxford Art Society, the National Acrylic Painters Association and member of the Visual Images Group. Amanda teaches a drawing and painting class at the Queens Park Arts Centre and is guest tutor at other local groups.
To see more of her work, have a look at Amanda’s website: www.curbiart.co.uk
Facebook page: www.facebook.com/curbiart Twitter: @curbiart_amanda
It is FREE to visit. No need to pre-book – just turn up and enjoy! Tuesdays through to Saturdays 11am – 4.30pm when the Museum is open.