Nathalie Pymm - Artist & Printmaker
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Inspired by a trip to this wonderful garden in Barbados called Huntes Garden.
Not the Royal Academy
Inspired by a lovely morning walk in Covent Garden and Neal's Yard. Wonderful colours on the buildings just asking to be put in a painting! Painted on canvas including all…
Cafe in the Gallery
Inspired by the beautiful architecture in Milan while wandering through the gallery in search of coffee
Lit up in the Netherlands
Inspired by the beautiful architecture in Amsterdam.
Symphony of Houses
I love painting buildings and have made this one more abstract with my favourite colours. Box canvas, no need for framing.
Shopping in Milan
Inspired by a little weekend trip to Milan. Loved all the beautiful buildings, windows and doorways. Box canvas, 4cm depth and sides painted, so no need for framing.
The Allotment Deli
Inspired by all the lovely shops in Cornwall.
Gallery on the Square
We have had the best scones with cream and jam in this little cafe by the gallery in St. Ives. The gallery next door was fantastic too, and had to…
Art on Middle Street
Another lovely shop in Padstow which sold beautiful original glass artwork. Box canvas, no need for framing. Sides painted
Inspired by the churches in St. Petersburg. Collage used with russian newsprint as the background. Box canvas, no need for framing, painted on sides and varnished.
Snowing in the city
Walking along the seawall in Vancouver, the city still being beautiful despite the weather. Box canvas, sides painted.
Boutique in New York
Loved all the beautiful architecture in New York when we went for a visit there. Here is one of the buidlings painted with lots of mixed media.
Corner of Provence
We visited St Paul De Vence one day when holidaying in the South of France. Beautiful little town, lovely little windy streets and architecture. Painted with mixed media and gold…
Each of these paintings are inspired by beautiful architecture from the UK and my travels.
Please click on each image to read a little bit about where these paintings are inspired from.
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