1954 - ?

Paul Evans

Paul Evans was born in Sussex in 1954. He studied illustration and printmaking at Eastbourne School of Art and Design 1972-1976, under tutors Robert Tavener (1920-2004) and Trevor Kemp (born 1935) and since graduating, has been a professional painter. Paul commenced exhibiting at the Ralph Lewis Gallery in Brighton Lanes, when he sold everything that he could produce. After years of familiarity, enabled Paul Evans to display nature in all his glory, but it is his innate skill, which allows him to incorporate the sounds, smells and atmosphere of one specific moment which are most impressive. Paul is known as one of the leading landscape painters working today, and is widely known for his highly individual watercolours, acrylics and etchings inspired by East Anglia’s landscape and coast, Sussex Downland, the Kent Weald, Cornwall’s rugged coast and moorland. In 1991 he moved to Long Melford, Suffolk, the owner of Lavenham Contemporary Art Gallery, 70-71 High Street. He is constantly experimenting with techniques and materials, finding new ways to reflect the changing light and seasons in his work and since 1976 has had some sixty-five solo exhibitions which were attended by large numbers of collectors, sometimes selling all his paintings, he has also had numerous successful mixed shows. Many of his images have been used for greetings cards, calendars and limited-edition prints used by several large publishers such as Aquarelle, Kingsmead Publications, Royle Publications and Royal Doulton. Collectors have purchased his work worldwide including in America, Japan, Australia, and Europe.
Website: https://www.paulevans-artist.co.uk

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