Peter Cameron Fine Art

PURCHASE

At petercameronfineart.com we try to make the purchase and delivery of works displayed as convenient to our clients needs as possible.

We therefore offer flexible payment terms. Payments can be made either in full at the time of purchase, or can be made in instalments over a scheduled period of time, subject to the payment of an appropriate deposit.

Although we make all efforts to ensure that images displayed on this site are as close to the original paintings as possible, we understand that many of our customers prefer to view the original artworks prior to purchase. We are therefore prepared either to arrange viewings at our premises or at our clients homes or offices and payment terms on approval.

Payment on approval can be arranged by contacting us at peter@petercameronfineart.com, or by calling 00 44 (0)7775 525833

DELIVERY

Should our clients require, we are happy to arrange the packaging and delivery of paintings purchased from this website.

Petercameronfineart.com regularly delivers works of art internationally through our established links with specialist international art shippers.

Prior to despatch all paintings are appropriately packaged and insured and can be traced up to the time of delivery.

Tim Woolcock

Wicklow Hills

Tim has enjoyed great success in recent years with repeated sell out shows in the UK and US.

He has by his own admission been greatly influenced by the great Modern English painters, such as Hitchens, Heron and Pasmore and is proving a worthy successor to their tradition.

His paintings demonstrate his clear-eyed take on the essential elements of the British landscape, in all of it’s shades and moods, using abstraction to both emphasise and reveal its grandeur, texture, scars and hiccups.

He is an unmistakably British artist in his tone and choice of subject matter, but one who is working to a consistently international standard.

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Garry Richard Gilchrist

The Queen of Spades’ Chambermaids

Garry Richard Gilchrist studied at Glasgow School of Art between 1969 and 1971.

He has spent the majority of the last twenty years living and working from his studio in London, and has exhibited extensively in both the UK and the USA.

Garry’s work specifically depicts the euphoria, the fragility, the beauty, the mayhem, and the hilarity of modern day, urban life. His poetic paintings take us on  a rollercoaster journey, via a cast of angels, princes, villains and rogues, that simultaneously ascend, swoop, teeter, swagger and stagger their way through personified, kaleidoscopic cityscapes.

His work reflects the precarious chance and the gamble of life in the 21st Century and its ultimate universal pathos. Garry delivers his message in a totally unique voice.

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Tom Moore

The Gate

Tom’s diaphanous paintings suspend  and encapsulate fleeting moments in time. They allow the viewer the opportunity to contemplate and reflect upon a sensory and emotional reaction to environments and situations, that cannot be specifically conveyed through literal, modern day media, such as photography.

His work, whilst exploring perceived notions of beauty, veers between the meditative and the menacing, the ethereal and the eerie. His ability to convey light and it’s nuance is peerless.

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Tim Woolcock

Winter Moon Glenda Lough

Tim has enjoyed great success in recent years with repeated sell out shows in the UK and US.

He has by his own admission been greatly influenced by the great Modern English painters, such as Hitchens, Heron and Pasmore and is proving a worthy successor to their tradition.

His paintings demonstrate his clear-eyed take on the essential elements of the British landscape, in all of it’s shades and moods, using abstraction to both emphasise and reveal its grandeur, texture, scars and hiccups.

He is an unmistakably British artist in his tone and choice of subject matter, but one who is working to a consistently international standard.

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