Phil has always had a real passion for his drawing and painting; he has got a real eye for attention to detail and always strives for perfection whilst adding something special to each painting. Hestudied at Stourbridge Art College in Birmingham before moving on to his first job as a Commercial Artist working for Longley's and Hoffman.
Our gallery features a stunning, ever-changing line up of originals and editions. Within our Interior Design showroom we exhibit artists who work locally and nationally including fine artist Ron Ford,painter/ textile artist Sophie Harding and illustrator David Axtell. Choose from a framed original from our current exhibition or organise a bespoke commissioned piece made for a specific space or project. We also offer services in art package design ideal for homes, hotels and rental properties.
Malcolm Sutcliffe was born in England in 1954 and is married with two children. He went to Birmingham Polytechnic to study ceramics back in 1973 and was so drawn to the glass facility there that hechanged direction and studied glass full time. After finishing the course at Birmingham Polytechnic he set up his first studio at Winyates Crafts Centre, Redditch. During this time Malcolm was also employed as a visiting lecturer at Bristol Polytechnic and Stourbridge College of Art and Technology.
My art has brought me much joy and happiness. It fulfils a great need in me to be creative, to play and enjoy the wonders of the world around me. I appreciate the waves of the sea, laying in flowerfilled meadows and enjoying my being. Art gives me peace and stillness, fun, joy and happiness. I have lived in Cornwall for many years now and I feel very lucky to live in such a wonderful part of the world. I can see the sea from my studio window.
I was born in Cornwall and have been drawn towards Art and creative subjects ever since attending primary school. I naturally pursued this passion through my secondary school years in the southwest,and it wasn't until I attended Truro College that I became drawn toward the design elements. This led me to study interior design at the university of North London. Whilst studying my degree course I achieved a greater understanding of the drawn line, position and perspective.
Situated centrally in the historic port of Penryn, Xtrospective is an informal space in which to browse and discover an uncommon collection of art and craft work created in Cornwall. We look forwardto welcoming you in person or assisting with any enquiries by telephone or email.
Take a look inside our store and cafe! From oils, acrylics, watercolours, graphic supplies and papers, to craft kits, children's materials and gift sets, we have everything for those just startingout, right through to the Monets among you. We are artists ourselves. We use the products, have real opinions and know our stock. We are on the shop floor to answer questions and offer specialist advice, so you go home with the optimal products for your projects.
We stock a wide range of originals and prints from all historical periods, including many rare and sought after items. Many of the originals and limited edition prints carry rare historic and wartimesignatures. All original prints can be framed and matted using our professional framing service, and we offer highly discounted prices when purchasing from the website or gallery for delivery within the United Kingdom.
The Arcs of Fire Military Art Gallery and is owned and operated by professional military artist Mark Littlejohn. The gallery was previously known as Gallery 18 and has quickly established itself asthe premier military galleries in the south west of England. The gallery now offers a strong collection of military art from Mark himself and other esteemed artists such as Robert Taylor, Nicolas trudgian , Philip E West and Chris Collingwood.
Our images are produced by The St. Ives Printing & Publishing Company, an organisation with an exceptional reputation for quality. All fine art prints are available in a range of sizes and areproduced using modern digital techniques or more traditional methods such as lithography and also giclee.