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Stewart Tornberg

Joined Artfinder: Oct. 2016

Artworks for sale: 42

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United Kingdom

About Stewart Tornberg

 
 
  • Biography
    I am a professional artist living in Leeds (UK). I studied Astrophysics at the university here and now live with 2 physics friends who are doing PhD's. I paint a wide range of subject with various styles. I have been selling paintings for 7 years now. Most of my sales are commissioned pieces. I began painting commissions of people's pets shortly after leaving school. I had to defer uni for two years due to illness so it provided a small source of income. Alongside pets, I also began painting wildlife scenes. These are mainly inspired by animals found in the British countryside. During uni I turned my focus towards landscapes. These are something I had done a lot of during school. It's probably my favourite subject matter. Occasionally, I like to make more abstract pieces. Whilst often inspired by space, they allow me lots of creative freedom and can end up becoming something I hadn't planned. An important part of being an artist to me, is diversity. I love to challenge and push myself when creating art. So I don't limit myself to one subject or style. People may regard that as a lack of direction. But, to me, painting is a means of learning and processing, and that should never be restricted. 



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Biography

I am a professional artist living in Leeds (UK). I studied Astrophysics at the university here and now live with 2 physics friends who are doing PhD's. I paint a wide range of subject with various styles. I have been selling paintings for 7 years now. Most of my sales are commissioned pieces. I began painting commissions of people's pets shortly after leaving school. I had to defer uni for two years due to illness so it provided a small source of income. Alongside pets, I also began painting wildlife scenes. These are mainly inspired by animals found in the British countryside. During uni I turned my focus towards landscapes. These are something I had done a lot of during school. It's probably my favourite subject matter. Occasionally, I like to make more abstract pieces. Whilst often inspired by space, they allow me lots of creative freedom and can end up becoming something I hadn't planned. An important part of being an artist to me, is diversity. I love to challenge and push myself when creating art. So I don't limit myself to one subject or style. People may regard that as a lack of direction. But, to me, painting is a means of learning and processing, and that should never be restricted. 



 
 
 
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