Ann Palmer

Ann Palmer is a landscape painter working ‘en plein air’ in oils in Kent and in Touraine in the Loire Valley; her subject matter includes the valleys and coasts of Kent and the Vineyards and Chateaux of France. Ann works quickly, resulting in a freshness which is impressionistic yet creates a clarity of subject and defines the mood of the day. Ann uses artist quality oils on acrylic primed MDF using both brushwork and palette knife.

Ann was born in the West Country and moved to Edinburgh to study medicine; she worked in Public Health for 40 years, only taking up painting on retirement from her work as a doctor. Ann studied part time learning from local artists and from reading and visiting Galleries. She has been inspired by the impressionists of the 19th century and by such well known artists as Crawfurd Adamson, Michael Chaplin, Bill Newton and James Willis.

Ann has exhibited with the Rochester and West Kent Art Society of which she is Chairman. She exhibits permanently with the Nucleus Galleries in the Medway Towns and Maidstone, What If Gallery in Dartford and Gabriel Fine Art in Waterloo on the South Bank in London. She has held three solo exhibitions. She has an upcoming exhibition in August in the Whitstable Framing window


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