|"Newlyn School of Art offers some of the best short courses in the UK; taught by some of the most exciting artists working in Cornwall".|
Anita Reynolds spends large amounts of time working outside, revisiting locations at different times of the year immersing herself in the landscape.
Pushing the boundaries of printmaking techniques I am constantly exploring new ways of representing my ideas. The wide range of printmaking techniques and the innovative use of new and unusual materials satisfies my constant need to invent and make.
For her recent project 'A Year on Dartmoor', she has visited every one of the 365 square miles that make up the National Park. Making a piece of work to represent every square mile.
She had a wonderful piece filmed about her art practice on BBC 1 Countryfile in 2017.
Anita is an experienced artist and art teacher and has an infectious energy and she is the most generous of tutors.
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- PAINTING ESSENCE OF FORM
- EXPERIMENTAL PAINTING
- PAINTING WITH OILS
- THE PORTRAIT
- CONTEMPORARY LANDSCAPES
- THE MODERN PORTRAIT
- DEFINING PRACTICE A - 1 YEAR COURSE
- DEFINING PRACTICE B - 1 YEAR COURSE
- ONE YEAR MENTORING WEEKENDS COURSE
- DEFINING PRACTICE C - 1 YEAR COURSE
- SEASCAPES AND LANDSCAPES
- ABSTRACT LANDSCAPE IN OILS
- EXPERIMENTAL LANDSCAPE
- CORNISH LANDSCAPES