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Glynne James


United Kingdom

10 Works exhibited on Kooness

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Works by Glynne James

Country Retreat

2018

100 x 100 x 4cm

4123,71 €

The Pumpkin Patch

2021

101 x 81 x 4cm

3729,01 €

The Sky’s The Limit

2021

76 x 127 x 4cm

4359,35 €

Fenland Heatwave

2021

127 x 45.5 x 4cm

3505,15 €

Red Hot Yellows

2021

102 x 76 x 4cm

3505,15 €

Just Good Friends

2021

50 x 20 x 4cm

612,67 €

A Giant of the Gold Fields

2021

102 x 82 x 4cm

3729,01 €

Solitude

2018

86 x 61 x 4cm

2179,68 €

Softness of an Evening Snow

2021

91 x 71 x 4cm

2927,84 €

Saved by The Rains

2018

122 x 61 x 4cm

3946,98 €

Glynne James is a landscape artist whose distinctive style captures the stoic Fenlands of Lincolnshire, viewed over hours, days, seasons and years.

Working with oil paint on canvases of all different shapes and sizes, this temporal approach to the landscape is the essence of Glynne’s work.  Comprised of multiple squares and rectangles, each ‘window’ offers a snapshot of one scene viewed throughout time.  In this regards, Glynne’s work might document the arrival of flowers in Spring, the light of a mid-summer sky, and the haze of an autumnal sunrise, all in one cohesive painting.

Whether muted and subtle, or brazen and bold, Glynne’s use of colour always creates a rich, familiar atmosphere that perfectly captures the ever changing essence of the Great British Countryside.  In this regard, it is fitting that Glynne’s work does not shy away from the man-made.  Power stations, wind turbines and pylons are often featured adorning the landscape in such a way, that industrialisation appears almost unremarkable.  This harmonious proximity between rural and industrial, invites the viewer to consider the evolution of the natural world, as humankind continues to push it’s boundaries.