1949 - ?

Richard Nejranowski

Born Ryszard Nejranowski at Blackburn, Lancashire in 1949, son of Josef Nejranowski and his wife Wanda née Gadzina. Richard studied at De Montford College, Romsey, Hampshire 1962-1968 with Fine Art training at Blackburn College of Technology & Design 1969-1970, Loughborough College 1970 and Trent Park College, London 1970-1973. He married at Surrey mid-Eastern district in 1974, Patricia A. Yates and on returning to England from Western Australia in 1976 and, together with his wife, settled in Suffolk. He then completed a post-graduate degree at Goldsmith’s College, London 1984-1985 and, after a career in Art teaching, is working as a full-time artist. His style, colourist/post-minimalism, pairs down the paintings to bare essentials and aims to move the viewer in a subjective way. His work is underpinned with references to landscape and sea, changing weather patterns architecture and memory. He has exhibited amongst other venues, at Fernini Gallery, Lowestoft; Wingfield Festival Gallery; Blackthorpe Barn, Bury St Edmund's; Time and Tide Museum, Great Yarmouth; Aldebourgh Gallery; Snape Galleries; Upstairs Gallery, Beccles; King of Heart’s Gallery, Norwich; Cut and the Open at Halesworth; Abel Gallery Raveningham; Harleston Gallery and at Ethna Dillon Gallery, Norwich. He is also a member of Suffolk Open Studios from Old Dairy Studio, Hungate Lane, Beccles.

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