We really enjoy searching for talented artists and then sharing with you their stories and art because we find real masters in their fields! One of those who has recently fascinated us is Anita Reynolds, a British artist who captures the landscape.
As the artist herself mentions in the About section on her website, she spends a large amount of time in nature where she also creates at any time of the year. Her paintings are full of earthy colors and gestural strokes, which makes even the most abstractly conceived motif so vivid that it will completely devour you and draw you into the story.
In addition to painting, Anita creates artworks using various printing techniques. She likes to experiment in the field of printing to capture her feelings as best she can and pass them on to the audience. Her charcoal sketches which you can find on her website, as well as other works, are also very interesting.
In her work, we can also find long-term projects. One of them is the ‘Outline South West’, which ran from 2012 to 2014 and consisted of the daily creation of prints in response to nature walks that Anita did for 56 days. The entire route had a total of 630 km and led from Minehead to Poole. Based on the resulting paintings, Anita created a book and organized several exhibitions where she sold most of the work from the collection.
She is currently working on another similar project. This time it's called ‘A Year on Dartmoor’ and it involves visiting every one of the 365 square miles that make up the National Park and she aims to make a piece of work to represent every square mile.
Don't miss this interesting project and follow this talented artist on social networks. It's full of inspiration!