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Work available April ’19

Ric W. Horner - Painter

Award winning man of Kent, artist Ric W. Horner is one of the county’s leading landscape painters whose professional career spans more than 25 years. His work focuses on the elemental qualities of open space, the energy of weather and the expressive qualities of light.

“…His mastery of sky, light and colour is breath taking!”

“Wow! My kind of art. Absolutely stunning. Love it!! Xx

“After seeing his work for the first time it completely changed the way I saw colour in nature, but especially the sky and dark clouds. This incredible oil on canvas captures a moment where the beautiful light and detail pulls you in, so you too are involved and immortalised in the moment.” 

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Ric is currently preparing for an Open Studio Day on Sunday, 19th May 2019 with artwork on the subject of Whitstable seascapes. About 15 pieces are already finished, but more will be available. For interest in his work get in touch at tel: +44-07835294317 or email him at: enquiries@richorner.com. Prices range from £ 450 – £ 2000

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14A229 by night, 114 x 90cm (45″ x 36″), oil on canvas

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Ric W. Horner - London Paintings

 

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Ric W. Horner - Seascape Paintings

 

The large sunset below (1360mm x 1160mm) is currently at the Lilford Gallery in Palace Street Canterbury, Kent.  http://www.lilfordgallery.com. It is called Equinox.

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From Hay Tor towards Teignmouth, 28.5 x 73cm, oil wood panelTowards Teignmouth,  29 x 73cm  (28″ x 11″), oil on wood panel

 

flowers 047Dartmoor- Theatre of Light, 42 x 43cm each (approx. 126 x 43cm in total) = 50″ x 17″, oil on wood panel

 

Hard Shelter (1), 70 x 71cm, oil on wood panelHard Shelter, 70 x 71cm (28″ x 27″), oil on wood panel

 

Lost BuoyLost Buoy,  61 x 67cm (26″ x 24″)

 

Salcombe No 3Salcombe No 3,  26 x 26cm (14 “x 14”), oil on canvas (framed)

 

First LightFirst Light,  71 x 81cm ( 32″ x 28″), oil on wood panel (framed)

Prints

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There are a couple of Whitstable themed prints available. http://www.richorner.com/index.php/prints Unframed from £ 35

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Ric W. Horner - seascapes

 

Ric W Horner at the Tonic Gallery Salcombe

Salcombe Tonic Gallery

From 8th August 2017 to February 2018, artist Ric W. Horner was represented by Tonic Gallery in 30 Island Street, Salcombe, South Devon.

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This arrangement has now come to an end, but some of these paintings are still available directly from the artist’s studio.

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  • Salcombe No 1 – oil on canvas – 31 x 24cm
  • A good Day for Sailing –  oil on canvas – 20 x 20cm (sold)
  • First Light – oil on wood panel – 71 x 60cm
  • Lost Buoy – oil on wood panel – 61 x 67cm
  • Salcombe No 2 – oil on canvas – 51 x 76cm (sold)
  • Waterhead Creek – oil on canvas – 26 x 31cm (sold)
  • Across the Bay – oil on canvas – 21 x 20cm (sold)
  • Salcombe Dusk – oil on canvas – 26 x 21cm (sold)
  • Salcombe No 3 – oil on canvas – 26 x 26cm

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White Wood Gallery

 Ric has been represented by the White Wood Gallery in Ashburton, Dartmoor from November 2016 until February 2018.

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                     This arrangement has now come to an end. Most pieces on display there have been sold, but some are still available from the artist’s studio. Please see the top post on this site.

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 www.whitewoodgallery.co.uk

dartmoor-1-31……………………………………………………………Lovely feedback was received from previous buyers:

Dear Mr Horner, As a 50th Wedding Anniversary present to ourselves we purchased from the White Wood Gallery in Ashburton your oil painting entitled "Approaching Rain near Princetown, Dartmoor" (see above). My wife and I have known, loved and frequently visited Dartmoor since we were both young and we felt your painting captures the atmosphere of the Moor very well. We are generally more familiar with the eastern side of the Moor - i.e. Chagford/ Haytor/Hound Tor - and not so familiar with the area around Princetown. We wondered if you were able to give some more detail of the location from which your painting was taken?

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