Graham Webber ROI

Graham Webber ROI joined the gallery in 2014 and his work has hit the spot as far as our visitors are concerned! Having tried most forms of painting Graham has settled on oil painting as his preferred medium. A lot of his work is completed 'en plain air' but he also takes sketches back to his studio to work on them in more detail. Graham won the Menena Joy Schwabe Memorial Award in 2012 for an outstanding oil painter at the Royal Institute of Oil Painters' annual exhibition.

Evening Light, Pin Mill

Framed Oil on Board
77 x 57cms
£1600.00 not including shipping

Clouds over Salthouse

Framed Oil on Board
59 x 49cms
£1200.00 not including shipping

Evening Landscape

Framed Oil on Board
39 x 34cms
£595.00 not including shipping

Graham was born in North East Essex in 1980 and has always been interested in painting. After experimenting with different mediums and styles he developed a passion for oil painting. Most of Graham’s paintings are inspired by small, seemingly insignificant observations, such as a fleeting play of light or subtle changes in colour observed in the landscape. His work is completed fom life, often taking the form of plein air oil sketches or information drawings using a graphite stick or ink. These sketches influence the style and painterly quality captured in his studio work.

Exhibiting regularly in Essex, Suffolk, Norfolk and London, Graham’s work has also been shown at the annual exhibitions of the Royal Institute of Oil Painters, The Royal Society of Marine Artists and the Royal Society of British Artists at the Mall Galleries.

In 2012 Graham’s work was selected as part of the Lynn Painter-Stainers Prize Exhibition and he received the Menena Joy Schwabe Memorial Award for an outstanding oil painter at the Royal Institute of Oil Painters’ annual exhibition. He was also the winner of the Daler-Rowney Prize at the Institute of East Anglian Artists’ annual exhibition.

Graham is a member of the Royal Institute of Oil Painters.