Roger Turner Artist
Art in light and colour
Roger Turner is an artist who creates contemporary fine art largely in the form of traditional paintings. Working largely in oils and also acrylics, watercolours, pastels and graphite or charcoal. Rogers art covers a wide range of subjects such as landscapes, seascapes, cityscapes, both urban and industrial and also portraits.
“For me, visiting my artistic ability is like coming home. I get a great sense of satisfaction in creating a unique piece of artwork, particularly when it is appreciated by others. .”
View Towards Lake Windermere: 8 x 10 inch acrylic painting using predominantly Atelier Fine Artists acrylic interactive paints which I had not used before. Looking forward to using them on a larger painting.
Gibsons Jigsaw Puzzles Use Roger Turner Oil Painting Of Whitby
Delighted to that Gibsons are using one of my oil painting of the Bark Endeavour Departing Whitby for one of their new jigsaw puzzles in in 2020. Endeavour Whitby Gibsons Jigsaw
OPEN EDITION SIGNED PRINTS
I am now offering an in-house signed open edition giclée printing of many of my original works of art. The paper used is Canon’s Photo Paper Pro Lustre, which has a smooth lustrous texture for a professional finish, outstanding, vivid colour reproduction with sharp detail, exceptional image quality. I use Canon ChromaLife100+ dye based inks for my in-house prints. The majority of the prints currently available are printed on A3 or A3+ size paper. All prints are signed either on the front or back and come with a Certificate of Authenticity.
My painting "Lakeside Days" was accepted for the Artists Category of the Patchings Festival of Art, Craft & Photography 2015 and exhibition. The open art competition is organised by The Artist and Leisure Painter magazines in partnership with Patchings Art Centre.
Roger At The Mall Gallery
Artists & Illustrators Artist Of The Year Exhibition 2014 at the Mall Galleries in London. I was privileged to have my painting ' Mevagissey Harbour At Low Tide' included amongst the 50 shortlisted works of art.