Ann Ardron specialises in landscape painting, focusing on light and mood. She concentrates on evocative scenery including forests, water and mountains.
Ann started painting seriously in her late teens, and has been a professional artist since 2008. Using a range of media, she mainly portrays the natural world – seeking to capture the emotional essence of a scene.
Much of her work reflects her lifelong enjoyment of walking in the UK countryside, and many paintings show the local landscape in its various moods through out the year. Trees and forests are a frequent subject, often featuring a hint of the path ahead. As she spends more time in the Lake District, much of her more recent work reflects that region’s mountainous scenery and atmospheric weather.
Ann’s passion for travel is also an inspiration, so the almost bucolic local scenes mingle in her studio with vivid portrayals of tropical seas and more distant scenery. In recent years she has also started to focus on water as a subject, concentrating on the details of surface reflections from the unseen landscape above.
Please contact an if you would like to commission a bespoke painting from her. She is happy to work from photographs of a favourite landscape, and also takes portrait commissions.
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Not exhibiting in 2021
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Ann paints the natural world, exploring her own sense of the landscape using light and drama. Forests and mountain scenes are particular favourites.
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