Capturing the splendour of Norfolk's landscapes, the fine artists and photographera we feature depict the beauty of coastal reaches, open fields, fens and woodland, employing traditional and modern techniques, figurative and abstract styles, using oil, watercolour and acrylic paints as well as digital media. Click on their image to reveal their collection of paintings and photography.
Debby is an established professional photographer who lives with her young family in North Norfolk. Since graduating from London College of Communication with a Masters in Photography she has built a strong and diverse portfolio with specialisms in documentary and editorial work. She has published in The Guardian and Independent Newspapers, numerous photography magazines as well as touring exhibitions across the UK.
Garlinda started her professional career by doing her own film developing and printing. She now enjoys processing and printing digitally in her studio in Norfolk. She photographs without artificial light and as naturally as possible.
Tim Simmons has an underlying need to make sense of the world through his own experience. Using photography and film, he explores themes of time, motion and place, and the idea that landscape acts as a link between the past and the present. His work has a visual clarity and a quiet, reflective quality, which offers space for personal contemplation. Attempting to make the unseen visible, he encourages the viewer to consider on the constancy of the land, and our inherent relationship to it.
Tracey paints to capture the beauty of Creation along the North Norfolk coast, with its creeks, skies and expansive beaches. She finds that painting in an abstract style using mixed media, acrylics and oils will enables her paintings to reveal a deeper mystery. Capturing the fiery hues of a blazing sunset, the misty sea frets together with the clarity of light on a bright breezy day conveys an intense visual experience which speaks to Tracey's heart expressing the colour and thanksgiving she feels as an artist.
Catherine Cazalet spent much of her childhood here in Norfolk. Her work is built on a foundation of classical training and is developed through her knowledge of the history and origins of design. Cazalet’s works are signified by their representation of nature using vibrant colours and abstract composition.