David Brammeld is a Staffordshire-based artist whose subject matter is the ever-changing urban built environment, and also the natural landscape - particularly the infinite beauty of trees.
An award-winning artist with many years experience, David works in various media: graphite, pastel, acrylic and oil as well as mixed media. He is also in popular demand as an art tutor, demonstrator and workshop leader.
"I am intrigued by the urban built environment - the hidden histories of derelict buildings, old disused factories and houses - they all have a story to tell. I also produce treescapes - being fascinated by their shapes and character especially in autumn, winter and spring when their strength and beauty are revealed."
David exhibits nationally and internationally and his work has featured regularly in exhibitions in London - at the Mall Galleries - in annual shows by the Pastel Society, the Royal Society of British Artists (RBA), the New English Art Club (NEAC) and the Royal Society of Oil Painters (ROI). His work is shown several times a year at the Royal Birmingham Society of Artists (RBSA) Gallery.
Elected Member of the Royal Birmingham Society of Artists (RBSA)..Member of the Royal Society of British Artists (RBA). Member of The Pastel Society (PS).
This is a stunning study of a tree standing in a field of golden rapeseed plants in full flower. These fields are a stunning sight in the spring and early summer in many parts of the English countryside.
David has captured the feeling here perfectly and you can almost smell the scent of the flowers and hear the gentle rustling of the leaves on the summer breeze, the sky warning your very soul as you make your way across the field.
Painted on board and framed in a contemporary wooden frame ready to hang.
Measures 70cm x 100cm full size
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