Cornish artist Joanne Short continues to produce stunning colourist oil paintings. As one of the elite Newlyn Society of Artists she has gained a huge following over the past twenty five years of exhibiting in C...
Cornish artist Joanne Short continues to produce stunning colourist oil paintings. As one of the elite Newlyn Society of Artists she has gained a huge following over the past twenty five years of exhibiting in Cornwall & London. Her latest paintings are available exclusively on our gallery. Joanne has a unique way of working. Her elegant use of line creates beautifully composed canvases with an exquisite use of colour. As a keen gardener Joanne's paintings often feature flowers and sub-tropical plants that she grows at her garden studio for inspiration.
Joanne has been the artist in residence for the National Trust's St Michael's Mount, the island of Tresco and the Hanbury Gardens in Italy.
Collectors of her work include Alan Titchmarsh and Toyah Willcox, as well as thousands of other private individuals.
“They have that rare quality of being able to transport me to those magical Cornish places of holiday dreams, magical light and brilliant flowers.“
In this original oil painting, Joanne Short has given us the perfect view of the charming fishing village of Portscatho, located on the beautiful Roseland Peninsula. The beautiful agapanthus, planted along the coast path, set the scene, with sea thrift and daisies nestling at their feet; a Cornish delight.
Tall pine trees lean towards the water and wild flowers wave in the breeze on the headland, while moored boats bob on the river and sailing boats whizz across the water, away from the lighthouse. This is a truly spectacular original oil painting by Joanne Short which captures a Cornish summer day at its best.
This is a stunning view across the City of Wells, with Glastonbury Tor on the horizon. The amazing Wells Cathedral rises above the Somerset landscape in this oil painting by Joanne Short, as we look down upon the City from the hillside above, surrounded by foxgloves and daisies.
In this beautiful oil painting by Cornish artist Joanne Short we peer through the Camellias and Bluebells, over the top of the charming church of St. Just in Roseland, and up the river. This is the perfect location for a quiet stroll, taking in the view and enjoying the wild flowers. This painting captures the feeling of calm and relaxation perfectly.
In this beautiful original oil painting by Joanne Short, the beauty and early morning tranquility of the stunning Cornish village of St. Mawes has been captured perfectly. As we look through the spring flowers in the foreground, the small boats nestle in the harbour and the Ferry awaits its next trip across the bay to Falmouth.
A foreground of foxgloves, wild grasses and daisies create a beautiful viewpoint towards the church at St Just, on the Roseland in Cornwall. The artist's mastery of line and composition have combined to create a truly spectacular oil painting with dynamic curves of colour creating space and energy in the sea and foreshore. Elegant palms create beautiful...
St Michael's Mount is one of Cornwall's most wonderful landmarks and this beautiful view through magnolias, primroses and camellias captures the essence of the island. There are often boats around the island and small sailing boats can be seen circling the beautiful island creating a perfect picture of Cornwall.
Wells, with its beautiful architecture & scenery, is one of the only of its kind. Strolling down the oldest continually inhabited medieval street in Europe, Vicars' Close, the magnificent cathedral can be seen. Joanne Short has captured the essence of this through the Peonies in the foreground & the light used on the cathedral showing the sun shining...
Joanne Short's spectacular use of line and colour are used to great effect in this perfect oil painting of Truro in Cornwall. Wildflowers fill the foreground and we look through these to the architecture of the cathedral beyond. The blue sky and turquoise river complete this wonderful glimpse of Cornwall.
Joanne Short's painting of Lizard Point is full or wild Cornish flowers and beautiful colours. A large Cornish blue sky creates a huge sense of space and the sea swirls around the rocks and cliffs in the background. The artist's amazing use of shape, colour and line combine to recreate a unique and special painting of this wild piece of Cornwall.
The flags are out in Durgan and Joanne Short has captured the sense of fun and holidays in this new oil painting of this beautiful part of Cornwall. The artist's dynamic use of blocks of colour and strong lines combine to draw our eye into the painting through the wildflowers and across the beach to the pine trees beyond. A celebration of a perfect summer...
The Bishop's Palace gardens in Wells are some of the artist's favourites to visit and this new painting of Wells was painted from her studio in England's smallest city. Daffodils, primroses and bullrushes create an exuberant floral display and beyond the deep blue water curves around in front of Wells Cathedral. A perfect spring blue sky completes this...