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.
Join artist John Dyer Waterstones Truro at 7pm on June 5th for the launch of his new book 'Painting the Colours of the World'.
We had a great time visiting the Falmouth Art Gallery and meeting John Dyer at his retrospective exhibition!
Blagdon Primary School in Somerset have been ging mad for John Dyer seagulls recently! Find out all about their work and see their paintings in our latest blog post.
"Wonder with a message. A complete privilege to be at such a joyful and life affirming opening. If only the whole world was like the Falmouth Art Gallery last night.” Dea Brkett - Founder of Kids in Museums.
We all spend a large amount of time preparing food in our kitchens and eating food from around the world from our tables. So what better place to hang a painting of an amazing food story than in your kitchen?
A first grade class in Atlanta USA benefitted from a 45 minute questions and answers session with artist John Dyer on the art and science of the Amazon rainforest.
“It is imperative that we protect time for the Arts and create opportunities for children to experiment and use their imagination.”
This summer, the King Harry Ferry is exhibiting artwork by acclaimed local artists John Dyer and Joanne Short. The series of prints, reminiscent of vintage 1930s travel posters, capture the subtropical beauty of the Roseland Peninsular. Bursting with colour, the artwork showcases the villages, beaches, and harbours that can be found on this spectacular area of coastline.
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