David Pott

Joined Artfinder: May 2014

Artworks for sale: 152

(11)

United Kingdom

About David Pott

 
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  • Biography
    David is a Lancashire artist inspired by the landscape of the west Pennine moors. He is inspired by the landscape’s changing seasons, misty hills, high grassland and deep wooded valleys. The changing light and variable weather provide new challenges every day.

    His paintings are his way of exploring the landscape and understanding how it works visually - why the colours are so beautiful, and why the whole landscape is so much more than sum of its parts.

    He usually works in oils and acrylics on either canvas or MDF panels. He works instinctively and builds layers of paint into textured surfaces that provide a tactile, colourful effect.



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    Event: All Around Us - A Landscape Themed Exhibition

    Dates: July 23, 2015 - Aug. 4, 2015

    Venue: The Bureau Arts Centre, Blackburn

    A landscape themed exhibition organised and curated by Jonathan David Hughes. 17 artists and photographers based in the North West of England. Including Latvian artist Valerie Savchits , Manchester artist Paul Gilmore , Estonian photographer and poet Eliina Korts, Bolton photographer John Bentley and many more... At the preview on the 23rd July Salford based band The Ascension will be performing, as well as this there will be a bar and snacks.

    Event: Framed Prints

    Dates: March 7, 2015 - April 29, 2015

    Venue: One Kings Lane, www.onekingslane.com

    I'm very pleased to announce that One Kings Lane - a big US company specialising in interior design - will be featuring a selection of my framed prints between March and April 2015. Check their website between 7th March and 29th April 2015

    Event: LifeDrawingBL6

    Dates: Nov. 1, 2014 - Jan. 23, 2015

    Venue: The Gallery at St George's House, 2 St George's Rd, Bolton, Lancashire. BL1 2EN

    A new exhibition is coming to Bolton’s The Gallery At St. George’s House. Opening Saturday 1st November, the figurative exhibition will be the first from the LifeDrawingBL6 art group, who are based in Horwich.

    The exhibition features drawing and paintings produced by participants in the life drawing classes which take fortnightly at Portrait Fourtwographs Fine Art Studios. The eleven artists who are showcasing their work are: David Cowley, Patrick Duignan, Julia Entwistle, Liz Gribben, Jonathan David Hughes, Ken Holt, John Pindar, David Pott, George Pott, Mary Rudkin and Sara Ryder.

    Life drawing has traditionally been the cornerstone of any art training. For beginners to accomplished artists, the drop in sessions provide an opportunity to learn or practice the essential skills of observation drawing. The human figure offers every challenge - line, shape, tone, colour, perspective and composition.

    Artist Julia Entwistle said:

    “The exhibition showcases what an amazingly diverse group of creative people are involved in life drawing in Bolton. It's a fantastic mix of people who inspire each other and always welcome new artists."

    Come and meet the artists as we open the exhibition on Saturday 1st November, 1-3pm. Light refreshments will also be available.

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There are no upcoming events

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Previous events

Event: All Around Us - A Landscape Themed Exhibition

Dates: July 23, 2015 - Aug. 4, 2015

Venue: The Bureau Arts Centre, Blackburn

A landscape themed exhibition organised and curated by Jonathan David Hughes. 17 artists and photographers based in the North West of England. Including Latvian artist Valerie Savchits , Manchester artist Paul Gilmore , Estonian photographer and poet Eliina Korts, Bolton photographer John Bentley and many more... At the preview on the 23rd July Salford based band The Ascension will be performing, as well as this there will be a bar and snacks.

Event: Framed Prints

Dates: March 7, 2015 - April 29, 2015

Venue: One Kings Lane, www.onekingslane.com

I'm very pleased to announce that One Kings Lane - a big US company specialising in interior design - will be featuring a selection of my framed prints between March and April 2015. Check their website between 7th March and 29th April 2015

Event: LifeDrawingBL6

Dates: Nov. 1, 2014 - Jan. 23, 2015

Venue: The Gallery at St George's House, 2 St George's Rd, Bolton, Lancashire. BL1 2EN

A new exhibition is coming to Bolton’s The Gallery At St. George’s House. Opening Saturday 1st November, the figurative exhibition will be the first from the LifeDrawingBL6 art group, who are based in Horwich.

The exhibition features drawing and paintings produced by participants in the life drawing classes which take fortnightly at Portrait Fourtwographs Fine Art Studios. The eleven artists who are showcasing their work are: David Cowley, Patrick Duignan, Julia Entwistle, Liz Gribben, Jonathan David Hughes, Ken Holt, John Pindar, David Pott, George Pott, Mary Rudkin and Sara Ryder.

Life drawing has traditionally been the cornerstone of any art training. For beginners to accomplished artists, the drop in sessions provide an opportunity to learn or practice the essential skills of observation drawing. The human figure offers every challenge - line, shape, tone, colour, perspective and composition.

Artist Julia Entwistle said:

“The exhibition showcases what an amazingly diverse group of creative people are involved in life drawing in Bolton. It's a fantastic mix of people who inspire each other and always welcome new artists."

Come and meet the artists as we open the exhibition on Saturday 1st November, 1-3pm. Light refreshments will also be available.


 

Biography

David is a Lancashire artist inspired by the landscape of the west Pennine moors. He is inspired by the landscape’s changing seasons, misty hills, high grassland and deep wooded valleys. The changing light and variable weather provide new challenges every day.

His paintings are his way of exploring the landscape and understanding how it works visually - why the colours are so beautiful, and why the whole landscape is so much more than sum of its parts.

He usually works in oils and acrylics on either canvas or MDF panels. He works instinctively and builds layers of paint into textured surfaces that provide a tactile, colourful effect.



 
 
 
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