Artist Profile - Tony Purser

Gateway Tree, Study II (Pen & Ink on Canvas, 40x40cm) £200 Plus Delivery
Gateway Tree, Study II (Pen & Ink on Canvas, 40x40cm) £200 Plus Delivery

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Biography
Artist Statement

Gateway Tree, Study II (Pen & Ink on Canvas, 40x40cm) £200 Plus Delivery Trees II (pen & ink on canvas, 60x60cm) £300 Plus delivery Untitled (TP69 paper colour pens framed 36 x 36cm) £150 plus delivery Paper Fold Study III TP77 (folded Paper, pen, ink framed 24.5 x 24.5cm) £70 plus delivery
Paper Fold Study II TP76 (Folded Paper framed 24.5 x 24.5cm) £70 plus delivery Floating Squares (TP67 paper colour pens framed 36 x 36cm) £150 plus delivery III Tatto Pattern (TP70 paper framed 36 x 36cm) £150 plus delivery Study I TP74 (folded Paper, pen, ink framed 18 x 18cm) £45 plus delivery
Comic Book (TP65 paper framed 36 x 36cm) £150 plus delivery Trees, I Love You (41cmx33cm, acrylic ink) SOLD Mountain (TP66 paper colour pens framed 36 x 36cm) £150 plus delivery Zig Zag StudyTP79 (folded paper framed 24.5 x 24.5cm) £70 plus delivery
I Love Paris cropped (TP68 paper framed 36 x 36cm) £150 plus delivery ii Two Oaks Study (pen & ink on canvas, 41x33cm) Sold Zig Zag No. 1 (TP72 paper colour pens framed 36 x 36cm) £150 plus delivery Oak Trees (pen & ink on canvas, 50x50cm) £250 Plus delivery
Two Moons (pen & ink on canvas, 60x60cm) £300 Plus delivery Paper Fold Study I TP75 (Folded Paper framed 24.5 x 24.5cm) £70 plus delivery Gateway Tree Study I (pen & ink on canvas, 40x40cm) £200 Plus delivery Paper Study II TP74 (folded Paper, pen, ink framed 24.5 x 24.5cm) £70 plus delivery fr (2)
Woodland (pen & ink on canvas, 60x60cm) £300 Plus delivery Falling (pen & ink on canvas, 50x50cm) £250 Plus delivery Paper Study III TP78 (folded Paper, pen, ink framed 18 x 18cm) £45 plus delivery Any Which Way (pen & ink on canvas, 50x50cm) £250 Plus delivery

Biography

Tony was born in Tremadoc North Wales. He studied Design at Loughborough College of Art and Textile Design before teaching Textiles and Drawing at Shrewsbury School of Art for 31 years. He retired to concentrate on his own work in 1996 and has since worked in all aspects of the visual arts; including being Chairman of Shrewsbury & District Arts Association between 1999 and 2003.


Artist Statement

I just love drawing, the excitement of making a line; giving it meaning and life. Ideas come from places and situations. I find myself drawing, from simple observed studies I enjoy the process of breaking down images towards abstracted conclusions.I have been influenced by Piper, Spencer, Nash and more recently by Rowland Hilder and the English Watercolour Tradition.