British Paintings
British Artists
scottishart
irishart
Limited Edition Prints
sculptors
sculpture and sculptors
Reselling Artwork
Search
red rag british art gallery
about Red Rag Modern art gallery
 

To receive updates on British artist
Sam CARTMAN's art works click here

Back to British Artists Listings

Right now we are waiting for new Sam CARTMAN Seascape Art to arrive at the gallery. In the meantime, here is a wider selection of the artist's work featured at the Red Rag British Gallery.

British Artist:
Sam CARTMAN

Art For Sale

Click image for title, description, size, availability and pricing

British Artist Sam CARTMAN - 74 Corridor
British Artist Sam CARTMAN - Bothy British Artist Sam CARTMAN - Ae Fields
British Artist Sam CARTMAN - Ae, Revised 2024 British Artist Sam CARTMAN - Forest Road
British Artist Sam CARTMAN - Frost at the Shepherd's Hut British Artist Sam CARTMAN - Early Morning at the Harbour
British Artist Sam CARTMAN - Ae Fields British Artist Sam CARTMAN - Snow at the Loch
British Artist Sam CARTMAN - Into the Fold British Artist Sam CARTMAN - Towards the Loch 28
British Artist Sam CARTMAN - Cample Woods British Artist Sam CARTMAN - Ae Tracks
 


 

 

Art by Sam CARTMAN

Ae Fields
Sam CARTMAN - Ae Fields

British Art and Artists at Red Rag Gallery
Artist: Sam CARTMAN

Sam Cartman is from Shropshire in England. After living and working in Scotland for a number of years he is now back in his native County. He studied at Cumbria College of Arts and Design gaining a BA (Hons) in Fine Art.

Sam Cartman produces paintings inspired by the Scottish landscape. Typically his art works are shaped by the experience of being in a certain place at a certain time and the memory of the event. These experiences are the basis for Cartman's involvement with the paint, and from then on, his interaction with the paint takes over. The process allows Sam to show in painting, something of the place he is in or has been in, whether it’s the landscape of Shropshire, Cumbria or more recently, the urban environment of Glasgow and the landscapes of the Scottish West Coast.

Sam Cartman creates a feeling of space by the use of large blocks of paint and careful compositions. There is real skill in Sam's approach and a detailed understanding how to make ‘negative space’ work so well. The large areas of colour in his paintings reinforce the power and grandness of nature.

Talking about Sam Cartman's paintings Jan Patience (The Glasgow Herald) says: ‘There is a poetic sparseness to Cartman’s paintings of wide open spaces, in the skies or the sculpted buildings which look as if they have been there for all time. His paintings are like memories: fixed and definite in our mind’s eye but not perfect and all the better for the instinctive use of paint and the tools he applies it with’. Although inspiration for Sam's work often comes from visiting singular architectural structures in specific rural places, he primarily uses these buildings to provide a structure or form to paint within. Any illusions to representing a particular place masks what he is really interested in, which is to figuratively paint an abstract picture.

This is the Seascape art page from Red Rag British Art Gallery featuring the best in contemporary British art. Throughout the year Red Rag features British art from artists who specialise in creating fine Seascape paintings. Today is no exception you will find Red Rag British Art Gallery has an extensive collection of Seascape art and paintings by leading contemporary artists.

Human beings have always had an intimate relationship with the water. Given the amount of the earth’s surface which is covered in water and the often unpredictable and life-changing nature of the sea, it is little wonder that seascapes have been such a popular subject for so long and no surprise that seascape paintings have an important place in the history of art.

Seascape paintings have a long history in both the Eastern and Western worlds.The walls of homes have been adorned with seascape paintings since the art of the secular painting first began to overtake religious works in numbers and importance.

As a country with an extensive coastline, paintings of seascapes have always had a special attraction to British artists. All the seascape paintings at Red Rag showcase the talent of British painters and their ability to depict changing light on water and rapidly altering climatic conditions. Many of the British artists who have painted these seascape paintings are also talented landscape painters, or worked in other genres as well as seascapes, such as still life or portraiture.

To receive updates on British artist Sam CARTMAN's art and art works at Red Rag Gallery click here

or CALL RED RAG NOW on 01225 332223 or outside the UK +44 1225 332223.

 

 
 
Share |



Latest British Art News

New Steven Outram Artist studies
16 June 2024
After a break of several years we are pleased to get a new delivery of studies ...

To read more, click here

Mark Edwards Solo exhibition
01 October 2023
Our biennial exhibition of paintings by the hugely talented Mark Edwards. Nearly 30 new paintings are ...

To read more, click here

New Artist - Michael Alford at Red Rag Gallery in Bath
01 June 2022
We are delighted to announce that Michael Alford is now showing with Red Rag Gallery ...

To read more, click here

British Art Paintings art and modern art gallery - Site Map British Art Paintings art and modern art gallery - Links British Art Paintings art and modern art gallery - Artists CV British Art - Home page
Facebook Twitter Pintrest Instagram

latest british artwork | contemporary art | events | gallery | opening times | contact us | british galleries | british education | glossary | how to find us | buying | british art news | british art care | british art investment | british art lighting | british art gifts

abstract art | animals art | architectural art | corporate and business art | figures art | flowers art | garden art | home and interiors art | landscape art | marine art | naive art | portrait art | seascape art | semi abstract art | sport art | still life art | surrealism art | wildlife art |