423. Norman's Bay by Julian Sutherland-Beatson



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The main theme of Julian Sutherland-Beatson's work is the marking and celebration of a specific time and place, conveying the changing mood and seasons reflected in the world around him at Glyndebourne where every day is different yet carries with it a very real sense of history, activity and creativity. 

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Country of Origin Painted in Sussex, England
Media Acrylic on canvas
Subject Sussex landscape
Unframed Size H60 x W60 x D2cm
Artist Julian Sutherland-Beatson

About The Artist

Julian Sutherland-Beatson

Julian Sutherland-Beatson studied illustration and printmaking at Eastbourne College of Art for 4 years (latterly under master printmaker Robert Tavener) before embarking on a career in graphic design and illustration. Since 2004, when two paintings were purchased by the House of Lords, he has been painting and exhibiting in the UK and throughout Europe. In 2008 Julian began a year-long project painting Sussex landscapes - Sussex 365 (A year in the life), which culminated in an exhibition in 2010 of 200 of these paintings at Glyndebourne. His daily paintings are inspired by the business of Glyndebourne; opera on stage, backstage, gardens, audience, wining and dining and the landscape. Julian returns in 2019 for a ninth year, painting scenes of Glyndebourne during the Festival.