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Eddie Fordham


Peek Hill, Dartmoor

Peek Hill, Dartmoor

Peek Hill is located on Dartmoor and overlooks Burrator Reservoir in the mid ground of the painting, with the South Coast of Devon just out of sight over the horizon

Original
Oil on canvas
91cm x 71cm

Introduction

 

(1) All works are created using professional artist quality oil colours and canvases.

 

(2) Sold direct from the studio, commission free. 

(3) Guaranteed despatch within 5 working days. International delivery is available. 

(4) All works are professionally packaged in wooden crates.

(5) 14 day, no quibble returns. full-refund

 

Bank transfer or cheque only. Commissions welcome.

For enquiries or purchase offers contact:

Tel: 07900024685

Mob: 07900024685

Email: eddie.fordham@gmail.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 
 

Statement

 

I am a full-time, degree educated (Fine art) practicing artist with a studio on the edge of Dartmoor National Park, with many sales in the UK, USA, China and Australia


I live and work in a beautiful part of the country, and take inspiration from that. I choose to interpret this, not necessarily by painting the topographical, but instead finding the ordinary to describe the extraordinary. I like to explore these, they are often far from being simple and uninspiring. I find there is a natural poeticism, look closely and you will find a complex tapestry of colour, texture, light and shade.

 

 

 

Biography

1994-1997University of Plymouth (Exeter Campus) BA (Hons) Fine Art. 2.1 (with Bridget McCrum Award)
1992-1994Plymouth College of Art & Design. BTEC National Diploma (Distinction) General Art & Design.

I am a full-time, degree educated (Fine art) practicing artist with a studio on the edge of Dartmoor National Park, with many sales in the UK, USA, China and Australia


I live and work in a beautiful part of the country, and take inspiration from that. I choose to interpret this, not necessarily by painting the topographical, but instead finding the ordinary to describe the extraordinary. I like to explore these, they are often far from being simple and uninspiring. I find there is a natural poeticism, look closely and you will find a complex tapestry of colour, texture, light and shade.