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Exhibitions:
Derek Holland
a restless beauty

19th June to 4th July 2015

Derek Holland Exhibition

Graham Fish

Bantham - based artist Graham Fish has chosen The Sea as his subject matter for many years. His work is in private collections in London and the USA, and he has exhibited all over the UK, receiving many private commissions, including, most recently, major works for P&O....

Horizon ShimmersPainting by Fish - Devon

Title: Horizon Shimmers.
Beautiful abstract of shimmering blue water with dark horizon.
Medium: oil on canvas.
Size: 76 x 102cm
Price: £1150.00

Graham Fish ArtistPainting - Deep Blue

Title: Deep Blue
Fabulously sensual seascape in wonderful deep exotic blues
Medium: oil on canvas
Size: 152 x 152cm
Price: SOLD

Artist Graham FishWhite Water - original drawing

Title: White Water.
Evocative seascape of breaking waves and brooding sky.
Medium: graphite on paper.
Size: 76 x 101cm
Price: SOLD

Silence of LightOriginal oil painting by Graham Fish

Title: Silence of Light.
Vast seascape of shimmering light on water.
Medium: oil on canvas.
Size: 122 x 214cm
Price: SOLD

Look to the StarsGraham Fish Original Drawing

Title: Look to the Stars.
Impressive seascape of Burgh Island and incoming tide.
Medium: graphite on paper.
Size: 89 x 89cm
Price: SOLD

Original oil painting - WallflowerGraham Fish Artist

Title: Fish - The Wallflower.
Gentle reflective portrait of young girl.
Medium: oil on copper.
Size: 35 x 25cm
Price: SOLD

Water SparklesMonochrome oil on canvas by G Fish

Title: Water Sparkles.
Stunning monochrome of sparkling water and shimmering light.
Medium: oil on canvas.
Size: 100 x 100cm
Price: SOLD

Educated in Blackpool, Lancashire, and with a background in printing and graphics, Graham gradually, through his love of the sea and surfing, made his way to Bantham, where his charismatic studio evidences a real commitment to his creative work. It is during the last two years at Bantham, that Graham has made a shift, and began working with portraits.

His large, charismatic paintings and charcoal drawings have a way of grabbing the attention of the observer, and drawing one’s attention to details that we might otherwise miss, along with our overall view of the whole image. For the portraits, the sitters are sometimes members of his family, but also fellow surfers – people who share the other passion of this rather self effacing and genuine artist.

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