Monday, 14 January 2013

Writtle Art Group paints in the Style of Ray Campbell Smith

Ray Campbell Smith paints in a distinctive style that stresses the use of tonal contrasts, limited pallet, and the use of white unpainted paper.  The paintings look simple but inevitably contain a lot of watercolour techniques.  We looked at his style and then attempted a typical Kent scene.

To see more of the work click here.

You can see more of Ray's work by clicking on the link on the list of Good Art Links (right hand side).

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I started to paint on retirement and enjoy painting in a variety of styles. Although willing to have a go at most scenes or objects the classical East Anglian landscape scenes is my favourite. I am a member of the Writtle Art Group and The Griffin Art Group of Danbury and show at local exhibitions