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Welcome to our lifestyle artist magazine art blog from Cornwall

Each week our acclaimed weekly magazine art blog brings you a new article exploring art, art history, Cornish art and the places that inspire our artists. From Cornish cliff walks to painting expeditions in France, Italy and around the world. The John Dyer Gallery magazine art blog will provide you with inspiration and ideas all year round. Our blogs contain links to contemporary paintings, art prints and artist designed gifts that are connected to the subject which make them a wonderful way to discover our artists and their contemporary artwork. Happy reading!

Each week our acclaimed weekly magazine art blog brings you a new article exploring art, art history, Cornish art and the places that inspire our artists. From Cornish cliff walks to painting expeditions in France, Italy and around the world. The John Dyer Gallery magazine art blog will provide you with inspiration and ideas all year round. Our blogs contain links to contemporary paintings, art prints and artist designed gifts that are connected to the subject which make them a wonderful way to discover our artists and their contemporary artwork. Happy reading!

Magazine Art Blog from Cornwall

Looking to add a distinct British character to your walls?British art prints offer a diverse spectrum, from iconic landmarks to abstract modernity. This article provides a direct pathway to thecelebrated artists behind the prints available here atThe John Dyer Gallery, identifies signature styles for every taste, and guides you in choosing prints that not only accentuate your home but also resonate with your personal aesthetic.
Imagine a world where art not only pleases the eye but also inspires us to protect our planet. Welcome to the fascinating realm of environmental art and the work ofJohn Dyer, a leading environmental artist. Get ready to embark on a journey through this captivating artistic landscape, where creativity and environmental activism go hand in hand.
Welcome to a world of wonder where art, nature, and adventure create an unforgettable experience. The Eden Project Cornwall offers a fresh perspective on the interconnectedness of our environment, allowing visitors to explore the enchanting biomes and gardens. Are you ready to immerse yourself in this fascinating world? Let’s embark on this journey together!
The Amazon rainforest in South America is a place of unparalleled natural beauty, and its indigenous people have carved out an equally stunning cultural identity. In this blog post, we'll look at the work ofartist John Dyer, who has drawn inspiration from thetraditional art of the amazon's many tribes. His paintings reflect the contemporary world and the timeless traditions of these fascinating cultures.
British artist John Dyer found his inspiration for painting whilst in the Amazon rainforest of Brazil in 1989. Tropical plants, with their energetic and dynamic shapes, have informed the artist's paintings ever since. In the early 1990s, the artist returned to his native Cornwall, where he had grown up as Cornwall benefits from the Gulf Stream warm water current that wells up in the Gulf of Mexico and transports the heat to the far-off coast of Cornwall. This heat has allowed many Caribbean and sub-tropical plants to thrive in the region providing John Dyer with endless tropical and Caribbean wall art inspiration.
Cornwall is the most fantastic county in the UK, well as far as we are concerned, as its geographical dimensions allow you to travel from the rugged, windswept wide sandy beaches and cliffs of the North Coast of Cornwall to the sheltered coast and sub-tropical feel of the South Coast of Cornwall in just 7.7 miles between St Ives and Penzance. In between, there are moorlands, ancient standing stones, stunning vistas and the evocative remains of the once mighty tin mining industry. Cornwall has it all, and it has not gone unnoticed by the many artists who have frequented Cornwall for the past 200 years.
John Dyer is a painter whose work celebrates the natural world in all its glory. His paintings of Cornwall are particularly loved for their fun, colourful and uplifting vibrancy. From the rugged coast to the colourful vegetation and gorgeous beaches, John's paintings reflect his love of nature and his passion for capturing its beauty on canvas. In this blog post, we'll take a look at John's life and work, as well as some of his most stunning paintings ofFrance, Italy,Australia and beyond.
There is something about painting gardens that seems to appeal to artists from all over the world. Perhaps it is the challenge of capturing the beauty and serenity of a garden in a painting. Or maybe it is simply the joy that gardens bring to people's lives. In this blog post, we will take a look at some paintings of gardens by artists from around the world. We will also explore how artists have been able to capture the unique beauty of different types of gardens, from flower gardens to vegetable gardens.
John Dyer recently had the fantastic opportunity to teach over 4000 children about rainforests and painting from the Eden Project's rainforest itself! He did this by using Switcher Studio and Zoom to broadcast a live lesson from the rainforest. The children were from schools all around the world. John's art lesson was designed to teach kids about rainforests and why they are important for our planet.

"The new puzzle that has been created of my 'Garden of Eden' painting that hangs in the Eden Project's permanent collection, is an amazing piece of engineering, It is beautifully produced and includes a fantastic set of 'drawings' interpreted into puzzle pieces, I have even sneaked in a drawing of Tim Smit in!"

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