Midsummer Breeze, Bawdsey, Oil on panel, 16" x 24", £1650
Robin Hood's Bay, Oil on panel, 16'' x 24'', £1,650
Sails at Burnham Overy Staithe, Oil on panel, 16'' x 24'', £1,650
Towards Porlock, Oil on panel, 20'' x 30'', £2650
Along the Orwell, Oil on panel, 20'' x 30'', £2650
River Blyth, Oil on panel, 14'' x 20'', £1250
Summer Grazing, Oil on panel, 20" x 30", SOLD
Maldon, Oil on panel, 16'' x 24'', SOLD
Over the River Orwell, Oil on panel, 30'' x 45'', SOLD
Boats at Brancaster, Oil on panel, 20'' x 30'', SOLD
Herefords by the Colne, Oil on panel, 20'' x 30'', SOLD
Aldeburgh, Oil on panel, 16'' x 24'', SOLD
Pin Mill Looking East, Oil on panel, 12'' x 16'', SOLD
The Lifeboat Station, Mersea, Oil on panel, 12'' x 16'', SOLD
River Landscape, Oil on board, 20'' x 30'', SOLD
FORTHCOMING SOLO EXHIBITION:
GRAHAM WEBBER ROI IEA
22 August - 9 September 2020
REGISTER INTEREST WITH THE GALLERY
Graham Webber was born in Colchester, near to `Constable Country` in 1980 where he lives with his wife and two young sons. He is a self taught artist who paints in oils and often paints on location around Mersea Island, Flatford and Dedham.
Working quickly, Graham applies broad sweeps of colour and tone to a panel to establish shadows and highlights. More time is then spent adding details and pulling the work together. Graham finds it is necessary to work in this way from life as the light can change so quickly and when it does, the subject becomes completely different. He uses the same approach in the studio by relating back to his plein air painting experiences which helps keep a freshness to his work. Inspiration often comes from the shapes and tones created by light rather than the subject matter itself.
Graham won the Menena Joy Schwabe Memorial Award for an outstanding oil painter at the Royal Institute of Oil Painters annual exhibition in 2012. In 2013 he won the Daler-Rowney Prize, IEA Committee`s Choice at the Institute of East Anglian Artists Exhibition.
Graham`s paintings are in many private collections around the UK and some further afield in the USA and his work is in the collection of the Albert Sloman Library, University of Essex. Some of these have included the annual exhibitions of The Royal Society of Marine Artists, The Royal Society of British Artists, The Royal Institute of Oil Painters and the Lynn Painter-Stainers Prize Exhibition.
Graham is also a member of the of the Royal Institute of Oil Painters (ROI) and the Institute of East Anglian Artists (IEA)