Looking forward to an exciting autumn this year; Buckinghamshire Art Society is hosting their autumn exhibition in Beaconsfield in September; Super excited to have three of my London Lino prints accepted for the Society of Women Artists 160th annual exhibition and best of all, one of my Lino prints has been shortlisted for the Royal Academy Summer exhibition! It will take place in October, and can't wait to find out if mine has been accepted!
I hope to be taking part in the Chiltern MS Centre Pop Up Art exhibition in October 2021 which I look forward to every year.
I belong to Buckinghamshire Art Society, Beechwood Artists and The Visual Art Group. I have an online shop selling my lino prints and my small paintings if you would like to have a browse... https://www.etsy.com/shop/nathaliepymmart
I am a mixed media artist and printmaker working in my garden studio since I left nursing seven years ago. I’ve always had a passion for art and so thankful to be able to spend all my days surrounded by paints, collage, inks and tools of the trade! I have a big smile on my face just walking to my studio in the mornings!
My paintings and print work are inspired by Port Isaac, in Cornwall, travels, architecture, my pets, objects as well as anything with bright colours. Since lockdown, I have discovered my love of still life and still working on new paintings in this theme.
I love to use patterned paper in my paintings as well as newsprints, stencilling, oil pastels, and anything else I can get hold of.
I am a member of Buckinghamshire Art Society, The Visual Arts Group and Beechwood Artists. I take part each summer in Bucks Art Weeks where visitors can come and safely visit our studios and see where we work and also browse/buy our artwork.
I have exhibited at the Mall Galleries as part of the Society of Women’s exhibition and also the ING Discerning Eye exhibition. I’ve also had the pleasure of exhibiting in St. Ives, Cornwall and Bath as part of the Arts festival. I also enjoy taking part in local art exhibitions throughout Buckinghamshire.