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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

Figurative painting breathes life into a canvas. It brings the human experience into focus with strokes and colour. By examining influential artists and iconic pieces, we unlock the narrative power of figurative painting that has captivated audiences for generations.
What kind of flower art best captures the essence of your living space? From the delicate brush strokes of a vintage blossom to the avant-garde flair of a contemporary arrangement, understanding the spectrum of flower art is essential. This article guides you through selecting and styling different artistic expressions to create an ambiance that flourishes with your personal touch and is easy to buy at ouronline gallery.
The Cornish coast path wends its way around some of the most beautiful British coastline. Many British artists have created original artwork based on this stunning subject - whether they are seascape oil paintings, abstract seascape paintings of a stormy sea, soft traditional paintings of a calm ocean or stunning paintings of the glorious beaches hugging the coastline. Whatever style of artwork you prefer, you are sure to find a fantastic range of styles and genre at the John Dyer Gallery.
"When viewing the work ofCornish artist Joanne Short, it’s easy to see why her flower paintings have made such an impact on buyers and collectors around the world. Her stunning floral works are created using a vibrant palette of colours, working in harmony to create eye-catching compositions that bring life and joy to any room."Artist John
Flowers have been a popular subject for paintings throughout history. They are beautiful and can be used to create stunning compositions. This blog post will explore the history of floral paintings in western art, from the early masters to the modern-day artists who continue to be inspired by them. We'll take a look at some lesser-known still-life paintings, as well as some of the most famous flower paintings in history. So grab a cup of tea and get comfortable - it's time to appreciate some beautiful flowers through art!
Did you know that Sunflowers were Vincent van Gogh’s favourite flower? He painted Sunflowers multiple times, and the paintings have become some of his most famous works.
Cornish artist Joanne Short is inspired by the wildflowers that grow in abundance throughout her native county and around the world. She often paints floral scenes that depict the delicate beauty of these blooms in their natural surroundings. Her floral paintings are full of vibrant colour and life. In this blog post, we will take a look at Joanne's work, as well as the work of other female artists and male artists who have painted flowers throughout history. We will explore the significance of floral art, and why it continues to be popular today.