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Chloe Jowett - Landscape & Still life painter in watercolour and gouache.

Eggs For Breakfast - Watercolour with Salt
Cove - Watercolour and Graphite
Inland Loch - Watercolour
By the Harbour - Watercolour and Gouache
Winter Solstice - Watercolour, Gouache and Salt

Biography

Chloe Jowett

Chloe studied at Stourbridge Art College before going to Edinburgh College of Art at 18 where she obtained a diploma working under Robin Philipson. This was followed by a four-year postgraduate scholarship in picture restoration with Hornsey College (in conjunction with the National Gallery under Helmut Ruhemann). She was then invited to Venice with the Art and Archive Rescue Fund to help set up a restoration unit after the floods. Subsequently she lived, taught and painted in East Anglia for many years before coming to make her permanent home in Orkney in the 1990s. She shows regularly in exhibitions and her work is represented in the Orkney Islands Council collection.

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Medium

  • Watercolour and Gouache

Location

  • Orkney & Shetland

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Recent Exhibitions

For Arts Sake Gallery, Kirkwall
MIxed Pier Art Gallery, Stromness
Mixed Waterfront, Stromness

Other Information

Chloe says "The appeal of Orkney for an artist lies in its many underlying layers of meaning in terms of history and geological time. With landscape I have always been interested in structure, by which I mean not the conventional view of a place, but rather the fundamental formation of a landscape. In this I feel a strong influence from the British artists of the 1940s, which in Orkney combines with the components of the landscape - rocks, sky, sea, fenced fields and moorland - that have caught my attention. I explore the possibilities of reassembling these in ways true to its moods and glowing colours. The 'Grecian light' of the north still often makes me catch my breath."

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