Natalie Rymer has developed an instantly recognisable and distinctive approach to painting the quiet charm of the English countryside.
Her joyful canvases, filled with blocks of bright colour, interlocking shapes and dense patterns include intimate details (look for the cottages, oast houses or sometimes even washing out to dry!) which convey the human scale of the grand vistas she captures.
Natalie cites Matisse, Mary Fedden, Patrick Heron and Howard Hodgkin as influences evident in her work.
A graduate of the Wimbledon School of Art, she now lives on the Sussex and Kent borders, finding inspiration all around her.
Natalie's work is shown in many galleries throughout the UK and Australia and sold worldwide.
Natalie's designs are also produced as cards and prints for sale through Woodmansterne and Whistlefish Galleries.
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