Landscape & Marine Artist

 

CAMERON WELLER
 

 

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Cameron Weller is a professional artist specialising in a traditional style of landscape and marine painting. He paints mainly using watercolours and oils, but also uses acrylics, gouache and other media. He particularly likes painting classic boats - Thames Barges, Essex Smacks, Brixham Trawlers etc., shown in all weather conditions and many of these paintings are to be found in collections all over the world. His experience of sailing a wide range of craft has helped him capture the atmosphere required for demanding marine commissions.

His landscape paintings of a wide range of subjects, including Sussex scenes and his limited edition prints have also proved very popular. He has exhibited widely but has now retired from full time painting and teaching. He was Chairman of Arundel Art Society for seven years and is currently President.

Cameron is a qualified Adult Education tutor with many years experience of teaching water colour painting, mixed media and drawing, and ran private classes in Worthing and Rustington. He taught painting and drawing at Worthing Leisure Centre for 12 years, weekend courses at The Earnley Concourse, near Chichester and was a tutor at Northbrook College (Sussex) for eleven years.

He is a great believer in the importance of drawing as a basis for landscape and seascape painting.

Cameron was educated at Wrekin College, Shropshire and gained a post-graduate Diploma in Management Studies at Brighton Polytechnic. He became a professional artist in 1991 after a career in the packaging industry - including 6 years as a Financial Director and 10 years as a Managing Director.

   109 Dinsdale Gardens, Rustington, West Sussex, England, BN16 3NT          Email: camerondwel@gmail.com  Tel; (01903) 787988    

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