John Dyer is one of Cornwall's best loved contemporary artists with his acclaimed paintings hanging in many private and public collections across the world. John is one of the UK's most celebrated contemporary painters and his work has been widely published all over the world. His paintings exploring the world's most important crops have firmly placed his work at the forefront of contempory art and this has been recognised with many global painting residencies with United Nations supported NGOs and a fifteen year art residency at the Eden Project UK. John Dyer lives and works on the south coast of Cornwall in Falmouth with his wife and children and their sausage dog Digory. John shares with us his latest stories and experiences of being an artist.
On the 4th, 5th and 6th October John Dyer and his extraordinary 'Last Chance to Paint' project took over the Eden Project.
The Eden Project is hosting a unique exhibition of paintings by artist John Dyer featuring new works from his expeditions to the Amazon and Borneo rainforests.
Cornwall’s premier literary festival will once again feature a diverse range of authors, speakers, musicians, and artists including John Dyer who will be in conversation with Kate Dinn, the author of Painting the Colours of the World, the spectacular and colourful new book about the artist’s life and work.
For World Book Day 2019 Waterstones Book Shop in Truro, Cornwall focused on artist John Dyer, his colourful book - 'Painting the Colours of the World' and his new
Lanlivery School has been inspired by the art of John Dyer and produced a really colourful piece of work for their topic on Cornwall.
100s of miles away from the beautiful Cornish seascapes, Sweet Art - a children’s art group based in North London and run by Sarah Harris took on the work of John Dyer.
Join artist John Dyer Waterstones Truro at 7pm on June 5th for the launch of his new book 'Painting the Colours of the World'.
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