October Featured Artists | 1of1 Design Pop Up Gallery

Celebrate Autumn with Landscape art from The Pop Up Gallery

The gallery hosts 14 independent local artists showing a broad range of affordable contemporary art.

Love the sea? Johanes Farhadian, who is Armenian, was born in Iran and moved to the United Kingdom in 1978. He has actively been painting landscape and seascape since a young age and has successfully exhibited his paintings in Tehran and the United Kingdom. He has sold paintings internationally and continues to sell to customers around the world.

A painting of trees.

Inspired by Scotland? Dilys Foster has painted all her life and now works as a full time artist. Her work is inspired by the scenery of Scotland and its ever changing weather. She aims to capture the drama and vibrancy of these ancient but ever-changing landscapes.

A painting.

Love London? Max Panks is a London based actor who started his career as a watercolour landscape artist in January 2017. Max creates beautiful watercolour landscape art as a compliment to the destinations that life takes him. Ealing and west London landmarks are a constant theme of his work

A painting of a street.

Want peace? Di Phelps Lister has been painting for over 30 years . Her works are a personal response to the world around us. In our increasingly busy world, the works engage us with open spaces and wide skies.

A woman standing in front of paintings on a wall.

Chasing colour? Jane Schofield works in both physical and digital media, creating beautiful images of local scenes and dreamy landscapes. Her inspiration comes from many sources and she often uses stylised bright colours to accentuate patchwork’s of fields, hedgerows and trees.

A painting of fields.

If you prefer your scenery photographed, check out the work of Tracy Florance and Raj Goshi.

City or Country? Tracy Florance takes her camera with her wherever she goes - attempting to capture the essence of the places she visits. She is drawn to strong lines and shapes and these dominate her work - whether depicting architectural subjects, urban or rural landscapes.

A photography of a field coverted in snow with long plants in the foreground.

Wild Landscapes ? Raj Goshi ,as an intrepid traveller and guide , has photographed some of the most inaccessible places on earth . So if you want drama in your landscapes ,a print of his work could be for you.

The Pop Up Gallery is open daily 11am -5 pm and Saturdays 10.30am - 6pm. Find them near Tesco.

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