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  STEPHEN FARNSWORTH,
   GRIMES HOUSE,

High Street, Moreton-in-Marsh, Gloucestershire,
 GL56 0AT, England

    Telephone 07398 270342
Email grimeshouse@gmail.com

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NATALIE STUTELY


STUTELY, ORIGINAL PAINTING, DONKEY

DONKEY
Original painting  on PANEL 3"X4"

PRICE framed £495
 


STUTELY, ORIGINAL PAINTING, BARN OWL

BARN OWL
Original painting  on PANEL 12" sq

PRICE framed £1,150
 


STUTELY, ORIGINAL PAINTING, DONKEY

FOX
Original painting  on PANEL 3"X4"

PRICE framed £495
 


STUTELY, ORIGINAL PAINTING, PHEASANT

DONKEY
Original painting  on PANEL 3"X4"

PRICE framed £495
 


STUTELY, ORIGINAL PAINTING,FREE AS THE WIND

FREE AS THE WIND
Original painting   20" SQUARE

PRICE framed £1,995
 


STUTELY, ORIGINAL PAINTING, BARN OWL

BARN OWL
Original painting  on PANEL 11.5" X 19.5"

PRICE framed £1,495
 


STUTELY, ORIGINAL PAINTING, MOUNTAIN MAJESTY

MOUNTAIN MAJESTY
Original painting  on PANEL 30" X 20"

PRICE framed £2,595
 


STUTELY, ORIGINAL PAINTING, ROBIN AND ROSEHIPS

ROBIN AND ROSEHIPS
Original painting  on PANEL 12" sq

PRICE framed £1,150
 

      
Born in Bedford City General in 1972, I have had a love for horses for as long as I can remember and my twin sister Suzie Emery is also an artist with a fascination for wildlife. We began our rural life in Sparrowhall where my Father was an agricultural engineer on a farm. After the purchase of his own farm in Bedfordshire, we settled. Determined to own our own pony, we saved our pocket and birthday money to afford our first pony, Cherry and so began our adventure with horses in the real world and our parents nightmare with furious farriers, vet bills and occasional broken bones.

Growing up on the farm my Father encouraged me to think outside the box. Dad, a talented engineer, taught me basic lessons in wood work, metal work, operating machinery and how to weld! This equipped me through my teens and I was enjoying practical and technical projects through my school career. I would liken Dad's repair work on farm machinery to Heath Robinson's creations. Dad ultimately taught me don't be afraid to experiment.
I think my original motivation for painting goes back to my early childhood when I asked my mother if she would draw me a horse. I had just become aware of these magnificent creatures. Mum effortlessly sketched the most beautiful horse I'd ever seen and the curving wild lines of his arching neck and flowing mane are deeply ingrained in my memory. My Grandad painted and sculpted, drawing his inspiration from things dear to those who were dear to him. He had a fabulous sense of humour. Nana loved all things flora and fauna so he painted vibrant flowers every where... in fact they were painted over anything that was static and presented a large blank area... Their garden fence, even their summer house did not escape! He sculpted a bird bath in their garden then sculpted our beloved English Setter, Major. The birds would sit on Major's head waiting in turn for the bird bath.

It wasn't until my mid 20s that I really wanted to focus on equestrian art, after hearing about an event called "The Horse in Art". I was determined to get involved. The summer of 2013 Obsidian Art organised The Horse in Art exhibition and took the show to the "the Horse Trust" at Speen to raise awareness of this honourable charity.

Now settled in the South West surrounded by white horses carved into the chalky hillsides of Wiltshire, I draw my inspiration from this stunning and historical landscape together with my admiration for the styles and techniques of the Renaissance art and the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood. Artists from the past that have captivated me are John Frederick Herring, George Stubbs, Edwin Landseer and Eugene Delacroix.
I was invited to take my Art A level at Aylesbury Grammar at the age of 14. After studying art and design including ceramics at Amersham Art College, I worked with an Art Agent producing greetings cards/poster designs of wildlife and other trends in the 90s as well as product labelling designs. Going on to work directly with a publisher, The Annabel Press Collection, Worcestershire, producing more designs of British wildlife. I became a "Country Artist" working as a painter in Stratford upon Avon for seven years. Since then I have enjoyed working on collections for galleries as well as exclusive commission work. In 2012 my work featured in Buckinghamshire Life Magazine. I've exhibited nationally including regional art shows, Stowe School, Buckinghamshire and the Horse Trust at Speen. My paintings have sold internationally and more recently to collectors in the U.S, New Zealand and Italy.
 

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Stephen  Farnsworth,

Grimes House, High Street, Moreton-in-Marsh, Gloucestershire,
GL56 0AT
, England
Tel
07398 270342
Email
grimeshouse@gmail.com