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John Scott Martin PPRBSA FRSA

John Scott Martin is Past President of the Royal Birmingham Society of Arts and a Member of the Royal Society of Arts. He is a painter and printmaker of all things marine and his work was exhibited at Royal Society of Marine Artists at their exhibition in 2015 which is where we found him.

JSM3

Elena in the Med

Framed Watercolour
42.5 x 42.5cms
£325.00 not including shipping


Afternoon Calm ST TROPEZ

Afternoon Calm St Tropez

Framed Watercolour
42.5 x 42.5cms
£325.00 not including shipping


JSM2

Homeward Bound

42.5 x 42.5cms
Framed Gouache
£325.00 not including shipping


JSM1

First to the Finish

42.5 x 42.5cms
Framed Pastel
£325.00 not including shipping


J Class pencil

J Class Yachts

Framed Pencil
36 x 48cms
£185.00 not including shipping


P1060019

Maldon Town Regatta

Framed Pencil
48 x 36cms
£185.00 not including shipping

TURNING AT THE MARK

Turning At The Mark

Framed Linocut Print
37 x 38cms
£195.00 not including shipping


SPINNAKERS

Spinnakers

Unframed Linocut Print
34 x 34cms
£170.00 not including shipping


Helford River 2

Helford River

Unframed Linocut Print
34 x 34cms
£170.00 not including shipping


Brightlingsea sunset 2

Brightlingsea Sunset

Unframed Linocut Print
34 x 34cms
£170.00 not including shipping


MALDON BY MOONLIGHT 2

Moonlight over Maldon

Unframed Linocut Print
34 x 34cms
£170.00 not including shipping


mariette-sails-by-moonlight

Mariette sails by moonlight

Unframed Linocut Print
34 x 34cms
£170.00 not including shipping


Cutters and Dragons

Cutters and Dragons

Unframed Linocut Print
34 x 34cms
£170.00not including shipping


race-to-the-line

Race for the line

Unframed Linocut Print
34 x 34cms
£170.00 not including shipping


titania-takes-the-lead

Titania takes the lead

Unframed Linocut Print
34 x 34cms
£170.00 not including shipping


fast-and-furious

Fast and Furious

Unframed Linocut Print
34 x 34cms
£170.00 not including shipping

John Scott Martin
John is a past President of the Royal Birmingham Society of Artists and a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts .

After graduating from the Nottingham College of Art, John has always continued to draw believing that drawing formed not only the basis but also the most important element of his future work.

He ended a long career in graphics, printing, photography, and design management, returning to his first love, painting. Initially images of Cornwall, particularly the mining landscape of West Penwith. During this time he worked extensively with the National Trust, also working on underground mining imagery in West Cornwall.

For the last fifteen years John has become increasingly drawn to sea, sail and ships. He is inspired by classic yachts and sailing barges also encompassing craft of all shapes and sizes.

If they are on the sea they can be inspirational. Working from his own photographic imagery is a vital part of John’s creative process. Living and painting in Warwickshire, about as far from the sea in England as you can get photographic reference material is essential. Structure, texture and content determine his choice of media. John works in oils, acrylics, watercolour, pastels and inks .

In addition to his paintings and drawings, John has produced a large range of mixed media lino-cuts on marine subjects. John always tries to communicate his own personal impressions of light, atmosphere and weather when painting a specific event.

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