The frames arrived yesterday for our collection of prints by Grassington artist Jacquie Denby. Framed in white, black or graphite – it doesn’t really matter – they just look stunning.
Jacquie is a wonderful artist with a unique vision and distinct style; a true original whose work deserves national if not international acclaim …
… And if art is about how a work makes you feel, as much as what your eyes see, it’s of the highest order.
For now we’re only one of two galleries in the UK showing Jacquie’s prints (alongside her originals) with 11 different landscapes to choose from. For more details please contact us at email@example.com.
The Old School Muker is pleased to showcase the work of renowned Grassington artist Jacquie Denby.
Born in the Dales village of Buckden, Jacquie grew up in the Yorkshire Dales, studying at the Harrogate School of Art and at Jacob Kramer College in Leeds. Jacquie now lives and paints in Grassington, capturing the landscapes in which she lives in her unique , semi-abstract style.
Jacquie’s paintings are inspired by the work of the St. Ives artists and the Scottish Colourists. Starting with a a theme or subject in mind they develop as she paints, until, in Jacquie’s words, “The subject matter is very much of secondary importance: The main thing is the work, what it looks like., was it worth doing? Hopefully, yes!”
We have a range of Jacquie’s originals and prints at The Old School Muker. If you’re interested and inspired by Jacquie’s work, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.