Rob Pointon Art in Stockport – a Grand Addition to Your collection
For a great addition to your collection, Rob Pointon art in Stockport is a perfect choice. We offer a superb collection of Northern Art. Northern Art is the term describing 20th Century works of industrial and urban landscapes. It also includes men, women and children particular to the North West of England. The Northern Artists that we feature at our gallery bring the people of the region along with the cityscapes to life. Ron Pointon is one such artist. At our gallery, we feature the artwork of over 50 Northern Artists. For over 30 years, we’ve built strong relationships with both artists and collectors.
Each artist’s work is unique. In Stockport, Rob Pointon art uses a multiple-point perspective. This means that each object in his art has a separate set of vanishing points. Each of these has a variety of angles and none of the objects are parallel to each other. As such, using this perspective, his works firmly locate those viewing the art within the scene. Further, he paints only on location. First, he observes the scene for a few days before he begins the artwork. Thus, it highlights the transient life of the particular location, and results in an animated final image. Moreover, while he paints, he stands a full arm’s length away from the easel. This, he believes, allows for his expressive, fluid brushwork. Moreover, the artist has been painting since he was a child. His artist grandmother tutored him, and later he gained a first-class honours degree in fine art.
Rob Pointon art in Stockport is widely popular at our gallery. We have collectors from all over the UK who specialise in the Northern Art genre. If you would like to view our Rob Pointon artworks, contact Colourfield Gallery today. You are more than welcome to pay us a visit, where you will receive a warm welcome. View our Rob Pointon collection. This impressive artist now lives in South Cheshire, and continues to paint on location. As such, painting on location brings a special dynamic to his work. Hence, people passing by can witness the development of his painting as it happens.