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Martin Garwood art gallery exhibition, Tyland Barn

Tyland Barn Art Gallery

Creative Mash Ups - Lynsey Hyland

Lynsey Hyland is a freelance artist living and working in Faversham, Kent

After finishing at the Kent Institute of Art & Design in 1999, she was lucky enough to land on her feet and straight into a contract at The Maidstone Studios, as an Art Researcher on CITV’s ‘make and do’ art programmes Art Attack and Mister Maker.

The creative flare for sculpting in paper and card began to grow!

When Art Attack came to an end, a career change soon followed and the art took a back seat for a few years. But after missing the creative buzz, Creative Mash Up’s was born in 2014.

She now work as a freelance artist working in a range of mediums, predominantly sculpting in news paper and papier mache and sculpting in wool 3D needle felting.

She creates a wide verity of colourful and unique pieces which include stags, hares, cats and dogs to mythical creatures, altered books to private commissions.

I run workshops in newspaper sculpting & papier mache and felting, as well as crafting parties in your home.

 

 

Lynsey Hyland - Creative Mash Ups - Otter

Lynsey Hyland - Creative Mash Ups - Otter 

Romney Marsh Gallery

Rachel Beckett Is a UK artist based in Kent. Her work is now slowly beginning to receive wider public attention and acclaim. She donated works to the “Splosh” open air art experience at the Leas Pavilion, Folkestone in 2017 specifically adapting her usual precise style to create two advertising hoarding sized works. In 2018 her talents received wider recognition when she was shortlisted as a Finalist in the Prestigious International ‘Wildlife Artist of the Year’ Competition, when this work was exhibited at the Mall Galleries in London, alongside renowned wildlife artists such as David Shepherd and Alan Hunt, the public reacted enthusiastically and hers was one of the first pieces that sold, within only hours of the pre-exhibition sales viewing commencing.

She combines her love of the arts with a lifelong passion for wildlife, scenery and the Animal Kingdom; creating pieces featuring all things feathered, furry or scaled. Her works cover a range of genres and styles from detailed, realistic fine art through to imaginative and colourful abstract imagery. She also doesn’t shy away from employing a variety of different mediums within the creation of a single artwork in an effort to capture the essence of the animal. She stated that: “the natural world is so glorious in its diversity, that it seems foolish to restrict myself to one style or medium, in the expectation that it would be able to adequately capture the whole reality”.

 Her speciality is giving each animal true expression and personality and when working on Pet portraits her ability to convey character has rendered delighted clients speechless and often happily tearful when they first glimpse their much loved family pets captured on canvas.

Rachel works from a home studio in Ashford where her main focus currently is commissioned works generally Pet portraits or wildlife paintings produced from photography that clients have taken whilst on exotic holidays.

For further information or to enquire about availability in 2020 please contact Katie.Gurdler@kentwildlife.org.uk for Tyland Barn or for Romney Marsh please contact Visitor Centre Manager Elizabeth.Grant@Kentwildlife.org.uk 
We are now booked up for the 2019 galleries