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Dancing On Shifting Sand
HRH THE PRINCE OF WALES
Ross Loveday's paintings I found enormously appealing and by a self-taught artist, a triumph.

A Link To The Past, Acrylic On Canvas, 102cm x 76cm

Siren

Seam, Mixed Media Collage On Paper Laid On Board, 30cm x 24.5cm

Private Passions

There Was A Time, Acrylic On Canvas, 76cm x 76cm

COSMO LANDSMAN, THE SUNDAY TIMES
This is what Ross Loveday's series of acrylic paintings manages. He takes the neglected feature of the landscape and makes it the star attraction. Something seething and full of menace suggesting not the cosy countryside but on the contrary the malevolent face of Mother Nature.
Passing Of the Shadows

Passing Of the Shadows, Dry Point Carborundum Print, 55cm x 72cm

Passing Of the Shadows

Journey, 58cm x 96cm, Drypoint with carborundum

Snape

Snape, Dry Point Carborundum Print, 60cm x 98cm

CHRIS HARRISON, BIRCHAM GALLERY
I have never watched Ross working and may be wrong, but I imagine bursts of energy resembling a tornado between times of contemplation – just like the potent stillness before and after a storm.
Thin Ice

Thin Ice, Dry Point Carborundum Print, 45cm x 60cm

Wind Of Change

Broken Dreams, Acrylic On Canvas, 91cm x 91cm

Ebb and Flow

Ebb and Flow, Dry Point Carborundum Print, 76cm x 111cm

Taba

Early Start, Acrylic On Canvas, 102cm x 76cm

Primal

Primal, Dry Point Carborundum Print, 56cm x 78cm

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Dancing On Shifting Sand
HRH THE PRINCE OF WALES
Ross Loveday's paintings I found enormously appealing and by a self-taught artist, a triump.

A Link To The Past, Acrylic On Canvas, 102cm x 76cm

Snape
CHRIS HARRISON, BIRCHAM GALLERY
I have never watched Ross working and may be wrong, but I imagine bursts of energy resembling a tornado between times of contemplation – just like the potent stillness before and after a storm.

Snape, Dry Point Carborundum Print, 60cm x 98cm

Passing Of the Shadows

Passing Of the Shadows, Dry Point Carborundum Print, 55cm x 72cm

Private Passions
COSMO LANDSMAN, THE SUNDAY TIMES
This is what Ross Loveday's series of acrylic paintings manages. He takes the neglected feature of the landscape and makes it the star attraction. Something seething and full of menace suggesting not the cosy countryside but on the contrary the malevolent face of Mother Nature.

There Was A Time, Acrylic On Canvas, 76cm x 76cm

Thin Ice

Thin Ice, Dry Point Carborundum Print, 45cm x 60cm

Wind Of Change

Early Start, Acrylic On Canvas, 102cm x 76cm

Ebb and Flow

Ebb and Flow, Dry Point Carborundum Print, 76cm x 111cm

Siren

Broken Dreams, Acrylic On Canvas, 91cm x 91cm

Taba

Seam, Mixed Media Collage On Paper Laid On Board, 30cm x 24.5cm

Primal

Primal, Dry Point Carborundum Print, 56cm x 78cm

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ORIGINAL PAINTINGS, PRINTS & SCULPTURE

Ross Loveday is a self-taught painter of powerful and very personal interpretations of landscape. Whether on a large or small scale there is an extraordinary immediacy to his paintings which convey not so much a sense of place but the essence of a particular moment.

Ross Loveday, Somewhere In Between

Paintings

Prints

Sculpture