Alison Tyldesley paints spacious British landscapes, such as sunlit hills and moody seascapes. She recently relocated from Yorkshire to West Sussex, bringing with her an established reputation as a fine artist. She has exhibited both nationally and internationally, and her work is held in private collections in New York, Hong Kong, Singapore, as well as across the UK. She has a degree in Fine Art from Exeter; now, she dedicates herself to an art career.  

Alison’s artwork is inspired by the British countryside. She aims to create vivid light effects and soft horizons using acrylic paint on canvas. She currently exhibits with the Linda Blackstone Gallery, Hope Gallery in West Yorkshire and Workshop Wales in Pembrokeshire.

At the time of writing, Alison has a residency at the multitalented artistic hotspot of Worthing, Colonnade House. There, she met and befriended fellow Worthing and Beyonder Diane Bailey. In 2020, they collaborated on a shared landscape and wildlife painting exhibition called ‘Clouds and Claws’, which was their debut in the Worthing creative scene.

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