Ted Dyer has been painting and exhibiting in Cornwall for over 40 years and is one of Cornwall's most accomplished artists. His work is considered the very best of Cornish Impressionism. Ted has lived for many years on both the north and south coasts of Cornwall and has a deep connection to the landscape. Ted currently lives in Falmouth where he has his studio. The artist shares with us some of his thoughts and experiences.
Ask John Dyer for a list of his favourite things in life and right up there with dogs with damp noses and stars in the sky you'll find watching his two young daughters finding their feet through art.
It is, after all, a talent that runs in the blood of every member of the family and one that formed an instrinsic part of John's own childhood.
This summer brings a real Cornish treat as three of the county’s leading artists come together to exhibit a
selection of stunning seascapes. Towards the end of July, John Dyer, Joanne Short and Ted Dyer present a vibrant array of their recent creations in Falmouth and online. This exhibition promises to be a special delight for fans of the artists and of the county itself.
Artist Ted Dyer next to his painting "Sunlight on the Sails, Falmouth Tall Ships" which has been reproduced on the gigantic arts banner that celebrates the best of Falmouth's art history.
Three generations of the arty Cornish Dyer family of artists, Ted Dyer, John Dyer, Joanne Short (Dyer) and Wilamena Dyer all exhibted their paintings on a huge public banner in Falmouth, Cornwall.
The John Dyer Gallery is delighted to have been able to support the latest public Falmouth Art Gallery exhibition “A Mixed Bunch”.
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