Gwen Fulton

"I like to combine the elements of imagined landscapes with mazes, exotic plants, birds, and animals in order to create images that can be thought-provoking and/or dreamlike."

Ice House, Oil on linen 48 x 58 cm

"I work mainly in oils producing unique decorative paintings that encompass a diverse range of subjects. I like to combine the elements of imagined landscapes with mazes, exotic plants, birds, and animals in order to create images that can be thought-provoking and/or dreamlike."

Fight or Flight, Oil on linen 49 x 59 cm
A Thicker Skin, Oil on linen 39 x 49 cm
Cracks in the City, Oil on linen 49 x 59 cm
Glasshouse, Oil on linen 63 x 48 cm

Contemporary Scottish Artist, Gwen Fulton studied at Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art, Dundee, Scotland. She graduated in Illustration and Printmaking and was successful as a book illustrator in Scotland and England. Gwen has exhibited her artwork in various shows with Portal Painters, London, with whom she exhibits regularly at art fairs and gallery shows. After spending nearly ten years living and working in Canada and various parts of the United States, Gwen is now re-established back in the UK, based in Surrey, England.


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