The gallery includes paintings inspired and made on trips around the world, including France, Germany, Morocco, Greece, Egypt, New Zealand and time spent closer to home in South Norfolk and on the Suffolk and Cornish coast. Pictures are sold un-framed, allowing you to buy affordable art and choose the frame which best suits your home/office once you receive the artwork.
Amanda, who gained a degree in illustration at Chelsea School of Art and went on to gain an MA in Writing the Visual. She has a proven track record of exhibiting, commissions and awards.
If you wish to view work at art gallery on the green it is by appointment only - please contact Amanda email@example.com. Also watch this space for news of day workshops, of other artists who will be exhibiting an image of the moment and the occasional pop-up studio where you can visit and view work – often framed and larger pieces not normally available online.
art gallery on the green is an online gallery, based in rural South Norfolk, specialising in original, affordable artwork bought directly from the artist. Initially it is showcasing the work of its founder, author & artist Amanda Addison.
“My painting process is instinctive, more about painting a feeling, contemplation or response rather than a concrete or intellectual idea. I seek to explore how the mental and physical landscape presents itself visually, both in the moment – changing seasons and times of day - and through memory. Over the years I have returned again and again to the setting sun, the moon, fields and sea motifs which for me symbolize time passing, the transience of life, the Earth turning and returning.” Amanda Addison
"...the way a painting can better show a thing whilst never being the thing itself." Jessie Burton, The Miniaturist.
“I felt the beautiful melancholy…, captured perfectly in the setting of a sun. Because as with a sunset, to be human is to be in-between things: a day, bursting with desperate colour as it headed irreversibly towards night.” Matt Haig, The Humans.
View some of Amanda's current favourite paintings by artists past and present at Art Stack