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  🌈 Paint the town rainbow 🌈  
10% off $209+ code: PRIDE10
15% off $695+ code: PRIDE15
 ·  Ends 30th June  · Terms
  🌈 Paint the town rainbow 🌈 
10% off $209+ code: PRIDE10
15% off $695+ code: PRIDE15
 ·  Ends 30th June  ·  Terms

Jeff Parker

Joined Artfinder: Oct. 2016

Artworks for sale: 16

United Kingdom

About Jeff Parker

 
 
  • Biography
    I’m a designer and artist living and working near Easingwold at the foot of the North York Moors. I’ve been producing ipad drawings over the past four years. My inspiration comes in the main from David Hockney whose work I’ve followed for many years. His paintings, drawings and ipad art of East Yorkshire throughout the first decade of the noughties ignited my passion for drawing and art which had taken a back seat since leaving art college. I find the iPad allows me to quickly put down marks, tweak, change modify and experiment as I draw and I am constantly evolving my style. It also provides a basis for work in traditional media which I am now experimenting with. One of the great things about these being digital drawings is that they can look good both large and small. Larger prints however reveal the rapid marks and layering which gives the impression of 'detail'.
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  • Education

    1985 - 1987

    Salisbury College of Art

    1983 - 1985

    York College of Art

    1982 - 1983

    York College of Art

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Education

1985 - 1987

Salisbury College of Art

1983 - 1985

York College of Art

1982 - 1983

York College of Art


There are no upcoming events


 

Biography

I’m a designer and artist living and working near Easingwold at the foot of the North York Moors. I’ve been producing ipad drawings over the past four years. My inspiration comes in the main from David Hockney whose work I’ve followed for many years. His paintings, drawings and ipad art of East Yorkshire throughout the first decade of the noughties ignited my passion for drawing and art which had taken a back seat since leaving art college. I find the iPad allows me to quickly put down marks, tweak, change modify and experiment as I draw and I am constantly evolving my style. It also provides a basis for work in traditional media which I am now experimenting with. One of the great things about these being digital drawings is that they can look good both large and small. Larger prints however reveal the rapid marks and layering which gives the impression of 'detail'.
 
 
 
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