I have enjoyed the last few weeks creating an industrial triptych of the breadmaking process, very much taking inspiration from the paintings of Stanley Spencer. Looking forward to how the other 2 parts come together….
Andy Quelch is a native of the West Country. He studied Art at Lincoln and then Kingston upon Thames, gaining a degree in Illustration. He has worked for many years as a freelance Illustrator, with many of the top publishing houses as his clients, but his real passion is with his own paintings of animals and landscapes.
For the past few years Andy has produced a series of works of country scenes and animal studies that have become very popular at the game fairs and country shows where he exclusively shows his work. All the pictures are based on his own reference material and studies, and he spends most of his spare time visiting
Hunts and Shoots, and scouring the countryside for
inspiration.The seeds of this interest in ‘country’ subjects were sown when he started beating at his local shoot. He was intrigued and excited about this new visual treasure trove and has not looked back since.
Painting largely in Oils, but also with Pastel and Acrylic, Andy creates atmospheric and beautifully crafted works
that he hopes capture the essence of his subject,
whether it be a portrait of a Jack Russell Terrier, or a
gathering of riders at a hunt.
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