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ArtLib - Artworks by Tom Ambridge - Woodbridge Library - during March 2017
Watercolours of Suffolk scenes, 'pencil painting' portraits and electronic media abstract
Views of Woodbridge, also Aldeburgh, Flatford and Southwold by Tom Ambridge
Woodbridge - Market Day on Market Hill
view towards St. Mary's Church
Woodbridge -Lower Angel Lane
leading into Bredfield Steet and Chapel Street
Further Around Suffolk ...
Signed Fine Art Prints:
mounted for 16” x 12” framing
also as blank greetings cards
from Original Watercolours
by Tom Ambridge
Telephone: 01394 385412
...and a composition using electronic media, simulating oil painting on canvas:
Also, four digitally modified watercolours, especially for Christmas Time ...
Woodbridge - The Bridewell in Snow
Woodbridge - Tide Mill and Pond -
Moonlit Winter Night in Snow
Woodbridge - Snowy Market Day at Christmas Time
ARTIST - TOM AMBRIDGE
Having enjoyed drawing as a youngster, Tom returned to art as a retirement hobby when he joined Woodbridge Art Club a few years ago. After concentrating for a while on pencil portraits his current preference is for the watercolour medium, mainly applied to local settings photographed by himself or his wife Carmel. His former occupation as an engineer and scientist has probably influenced his style which increasingly has tended to incorporate quite fine detail and has earned him a reputation at the Club as ‘the bricklayer’.
Art is just one of several activities in busy retirement, including gardening, writing, blogging and publishing WWII family diaries and striving to keep healthy through exercise in spite of MS. He is happy to allow himself several weeks to complete each new painting project during leisurely sociable sessions at the Art Club.
The images on this website cannot reproduce the true colour rendition of the watercolour prints, where generally the tones will appear more subtle than on-screen.
Full size prints of the watercolour paintings are on genuine 'Bockingford' medium.
The 'abstract' print (uniquely supplied with white mount) is on 'canvas' paper.
The prints on all greetings cards are on glossy 'canvas' paper for best detail at the smaller size.
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