Ytene Gallery Limited Editions



As well as selling original paintings, we offer a range of limited editions of work by Claire Wiltsher, Yvonne Coomber, Steve Shaw, Stewart Edmondson, Nagib Karsan, Will Rochfort, Kate Richardson and Marie Mills.




Yvonne Coomber

Yvonne Coomber

The instant, compelling reaction to Yvonne Coomber's paintings says everything you need to understand the talent she has for capturing feelings of joy and love. Once seen, you won't forget Yvonne's striking, vibrant canvases, each filled with rainbows of flowers.

A graduate of Brighton University, her reputation has spread far beyond the environs of her studio in the gentle rolling hills of Devon. Paintings inspired by her childhood in Ireland, her travels across the world and time living with a horse-drawn community in England are now hanging in houses as far flung as California, Australia, around Europe and all over the UK.

We show Yvonne's iconic canvases all year round. Join our mailing list for updates about new work.

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How sweet it is to be loved by you

How sweet it is to be loved by you
49cm x 49cm
Limited edition of 100
£195 (£325 Framed)

Warm Love

Warm Love
49cm x 49cm
Limited edition of 100
£195 (£325 Framed)

We are golden

We are golden
57cm x 57cm
Limited edition of 100
£245 (£385 Framed)

A groovy kind of love

A groovy kind of love
43cm x 69cm
Limited Edition of 100
£245 (£375 Framed)

Loving you

Loving you
49cm x 49cm
Limited edition of 100
£195 (£325 Framed)




Will Rochfort

Will Rochfort

Born in 1985, Will Rochfort grew up in Lymington on the south coast of England. Since graduating in Illustration and Fine Art at Kingston University in 2008 his focus has been primarily oil painting.

A passion for creativity is driving force behind Will's desire to paint. Eschewing the need to communicate a message or grand meaning through his work, he generally allows the narrative of the piece take a central role: 'I like the work to be emotive through what is being portrayed'. With influences ranging from Degas and Rockwell to the films of Stephen Spielberg, Will's highly accessible work typically has a striking filmic quality.

Will sums up his approach to painting: 'I am a very visual painter and with the public being my target audience over the art establishment I always aim to depict scenes that, through the characters portrayed, I hope people can relate to and enjoy'.

Will received national recognition for his talent when, from 2008 to 2010, he was invited to work as an Official Artist for the 2012 London Olympics. He worked with Olympic Gold Medallists producing paintings in support of the Games and its associated charities.

As well as original pieces, we also carry some limited edition prints. Limited to just 50 editions, these high quality giclee prints of Will's work are signed, numbered and titled by the artist. Available framed or unframed to conservation standards, these limited editions offer an affordable way to enjoy Will's brilliant work.

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Ticket Booth

Ticket Booth
30cm x 37cm
Limited Edition of 50
£100 (£220 Framed)

The Pictures

The Pictures
30cm x 37cm
Limited Edition of 50
£100 (£220 Framed)

The Pictures II

The Pictures II
30cm x 37cm
Limited Edition of 50
£100 (£220 Framed)

Snapshot

Snapshot
65cm x 65cm
Limited Edition of 50
£225 (£400 Framed)




Stewart Edmondson

Stewart Edmondson

Stewart Edmondson trained as a Landscape Architect which combined his interests in biology, geography and art and design. His love of the environment took him to work for many years with children in environmental education. With the birth of his son Luis in 2002 the irrepressible urge to paint took over. His inspiration comes from the raw, alive landscape within a few miles from his home. He paints on location in all weather, with a fishing shelter at hand to keep the rain off and chooses whatever is most alive for him at that moment in time - fields of Buttercups at the peak of their flowering, threatening storm-clouds over the tors or the rivers. His style is energetic, which makes it difficult to paint on a small scale, scraping and splattering paint passionately in amongst more considered brushwork.

As well as originals, Ytene Gallery exhibits some selected works by Stewart Edmondson in a limited edition of 50. These works are carefully selected and published to provide an easier means of accessing Stewart's much saught after work. Produced on high quality 335gsm 100% cotton rag paper using lightfast pigment based ink, these prints are supplied framed or unframed. All sizes are approximate.

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This shimmering sky this vast wild land

This shimmering sky this vast wild land
75cm x 75cm
Limited Edition of 50
£350 (£525 Framed)

Dancing Hawthorn

Dancing Hawthorn
78cm x 75cm
Limited Edition of 50
£350 (£525 Framed)




Steve Shaw

Steve Shaw

Since graduating in Fine Art from the University of Central England in 2003, Steve Shaw has quickly established a reputation for his playful and inspired wildlife and still life oils. In the process of creating a painting Steve employs two different techniques. He either uses brushes to generate a flat painted surface with a keen attention to detail or utilizes painting knives building up a textured surface with expressive strokes. Steve takes his inspiration from a wide range of wildlife and still life subjects.

When painting animals his intention is to capture the spirit and unique character traits of each individual. Working from photographs, he immortalises a moment from their lives on canvas.

"I perceive my artwork as a celebration of nature therefore I use monochrome backgrounds so the viewer's attention is not distracted away from the animal depicted".

By using bright positive tones Steve retains a playful and humorous edge to his artwork, which reflects his own personality.

"When someone walks away from having viewed one of my works my aim is for them to have had a positive experience and in future pay a little more regard to nature."

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Maybe its because I'm a wanderer

Maybe its because I'm a wanderer
64cm x 64cm
Limited Edition of 50
£195 (£350 Framed)

It'll be all white on the night

It'll be all white on the night
80cm x 50cm
Limited Edition of 50
£195 (£370 Framed)

Roaring Stag

Roaring Stag
40cm x 40cm
Limited Edition of 50
£150

I'm watching you

I'm watching you
40cm x 40cm
Limited Edition of 50
£150




Steve Poole

Steve Poole

Steve Poole was born in London and has been a professional photographer since 1988. Completely self-taught, he began shooting local news stories and quickly rose to shooting global stories for the national newspapers. In the mid-90s his attention turned to portraiture for magazines, where he shot hundreds of celebrities and was often requested by rock stars, royalty and Hollywood actors. This period culminated in his work being exhibited in galleries including The National Portrait Gallery in London where 5 of his shots are still part of the collection.

For the last 10 years, Steve has lived in Lymington and has turned his love of the still image towards landscape photography. His recent work takes us around the South coast of England, along the rivers of Hampshire, through the woodland of the New Forest and on the Solent.

Steve has been published in many titles across Europe including: Condé Naste Publications, NME, Tattler, GQ and The Times as well as shooting a number of book covers. Steve has given interviews to magazines and has appeared on Channel 4 TV giving his expert view on photography. To find out more about Steve read the interview he recently gave to Hampshire Life.

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Foam

Foam
55cm x 55cm
Limited Edition of 15
£270 (£420 Framed)

Sprint

Sprint
90cm x 65cm
Limited Edition of 15
£330 (£580 Framed)

Wildwood

Wildwood
60cm x 85cm
Limited Edition of 20
£300 (£540 Framed)

Flight

Flight
84cm x 57cm
Limited Edition of 15
£330 (£580 Framed)

Salterns

Salterns
35cm x 50cm
Limited edition of 15
£250 (£400 Framed)




Sandra Binney

Sandra Binney

Sandra Binney is a local artist who began her career working as a graphic designer. After attending an arts foundation course at Bournemouth College Sandra has gone on to paint full time.

Sandra is inspired by the wildlife and landscapes around her home in the New Forest and uses a variety of mediums and techniques such as collage to explore the character and essence of the subject she paints. She has a particular passion for animals and has completed many commissions of family pets.

Sandra has enjoyed success in regional art competitions and has previously had her work selected to be exhibited at the beautiful Orleans House Gallery in Twickenham.

We are pleased to now be exhibiting Sandra's work at Ytene Gallery.

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Lepe's Beacon

Lepe's Beacon
24cm x 24cm
Limited edition of 50
£60




Nagib Karsan

Nagib Karsan

Born in Tanzania, Nagib's childhood was split between his home in Dar es Salaam on the Indian Ocean and boarding school in the UK where, as a teenager, he was educated largely in Somerset. Here began his fascination with the West Country and its fishing villages, rugged coastlines and unpredictable weather, a fascination which continued throughout his life and which has provided much of the inspiration for his paintings in later years.

Although he enjoyed drawing and painting from an early age, Nagib was encouraged to pursue a career in business and has only recently been able to begin to fully realise his artistic talent. Now, with the luxury of time, he has slowly developed his technique from working mainly in watercolours to his present, loose style using mixed media and, very often, collage to capture the vibrancy and immediacy of his chosen scene. As well as continuing to paint coastal scenes, Nagib has also turned his attention to the city, responding to the bustling vistas of central London and Venice.

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Quayside, Polperro

Quayside, Polperro
50cm x 50cm
Limited edition of 75
£100 (£240 Framed)

Showers, Piccadilly Circus

Showers, Piccadilly Circus
50cm x 36cm
Limited edition of 75
£100

View to Big Ben

View to Big Ben
53cm x 30cm
Limited edition of 75
£90 (£220 Framed)

Fisherman's cottages, Polperro

Fisherman's cottages, Polperro
53cm x 30cm
Limited edition of 75
£90

Dittsham, Devon

Dittsham, Devon
50cm x 50cm
Limited edition of 75
£100 (£240 Framed)

Ebbing tide, Mevagissey

Ebbing tide, Mevagissey
53cm x 30cm
Limited edition of 75
£100 (£240 Framed)




Michael Sanders

Michael Sanders

After leaving Art School with a Fine Art Degree, Michael Sanders moved to North Norfolk. At this time he painted landscapes mainly in watercolour and became a well-known local artist. As Michael began to travel more in Europe his painting style evolved and he worked a lot more in oils, He painted in Sienna, Florence and Paris and became more interested in texture and strongly contrasting light and shadow. He then spent a year living in Bangkok, working in watercolour and charcoal as well as oils. The work was vibrant, with bold strokes of charcoal, usually on paper. Michael Sanders won a prize in the Laing competition and his work was chosen for the Royal Institute of Oil Painters annual exhibition in the Mall Galleries. Michael then moved to the South of France, drawn by the light and atmosphere and set up a studio in Valbonne.

After six years of living abroad, Michael had a strong desire to return to England and put down his roots, in his words: "I felt a real urge to return to the UK where I now have two studios: one in Norfolk, and one in Cornwall. Both counties inspire me for different reasons and I enjoy the challenges both landscapes offer me. It is from my Cornish studio that new techniques have emerged, which have filtered through into my Norfolk landscapes. From the moment I could walk I held a paint brush, painting has always been a kind of spiritual crutch for me - always there to rely on. I paint almost every day - of course I take holidays but am always desperate to get back to my paints."

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Sunday afternoon, Cromer

Sunday afternoon, Cromer
60cm x 60cm
Limited edition of 50
£225

Wet beach

Wet beach
40cm x 40cm
Limited edition of 250
£115

Summer, Aldeburgh beach

Summer, Aldeburgh beach
40cm x 54cm
Limited edition of 250
£145

A bracing walk

A bracing walk
60cm x 60cm
Limited edition of 50
£225




Lesley Birch

Lesley Birch

Lesley Birch was born in Glasgow in 1958. Today, Lesley resides in Yorkshire, where she can be found painting and sketching outside, before completing her works in her studio. Her work has been exhibited in galleries across Scotland and the UK, including the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition.

Interested in conveying feeling and emotion, Lesley's paintings are notable for their sense of atmosphere and timelessness. She finds inspiration in the landscape and her responses to it, be it the wild West Coast of Scotland, the remote Yorkshire Moors, Ireland, Cornwall or Italy. Using the landscape as a starting point, her memory and imagination then takes over.

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Kylescu II

Kylescu II
30cm x 30cm
Limited Edition of 95
£115

Kylescu I

Kylescu I
30cm x 30cm
Limited Edition of 95
£115

A tranquil morning

A tranquil morning
30cm x 30cm
Limited Edition of 95
£115

Hill and water

Hill and water
30cm x 30cm
Limited Edition of 95
£115

Coastal memory

Coastal memory
30cm x 30cm
Limited Edition of 95
£115

My little boat

My little boat
12cm x 33cm
Limited Edition of 95
£115




Kate Richardson

Kate Richardson

Kate is a self taught artist living and working in Penwith, Cornwall. She is drawn to paint colourful rock faces, springtime flowers and cliff tops, hedgerows and landscapes. Her work conveys the drama of the landscape with heavy skies behind windblown trees and often captures the unique patchwork quality of English farmland.

Like many artists, her work carries an emotional element which reflects her description of the process of painting as simultaneously cathartic, meditative, explorative and exhilarating. She observes that her most successful pieces are often borne from angst or elation. She is curious about the direction of her style and gains immeasurable satisfaction from developing her techniques and approach. Her latest work increasingly features gold leaf, suggesting those special moments when the sun breaks through and the countryside glistens.

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Someday

Someday
60cm x 60cm
Limited Edition of 50
£195 (£350 Framed)

Joy

Joy
60cm x 60cm
Limited Edition of 50
£195 (£350 Framed)




John Connolly

John Connolly

John paints mostly on location, attempting to capture the essence of the landscape in which he finds himself. Whilst much of his work is inspired by the sweeping horizons and rugged terrain of the Derbyshire Peak District, Cumbria, and the North Yorkshire Moors, he's recently spent time in the New Forest producing the work in this new collection.

He works mainly with acrylics, combining elements of mix media, including oils and anything that is permanent, to achieve the desired effect. He often incorporates found materials and makes marks and interesting textures with anything at hand. Dried grass, twigs and fern sometimes appear in his work, connecting his paintings directly to the landscape depicted.

An art and Drama teacher by profession, John graduated from Derby University. John is also the founding member of a theatre company, a professional actor and a playwright.

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Storm approaches Poole Harbour

Storm approaches Poole Harbour
57cm x 57cm
Limited edition of 50
£175 (£295 Framed)




Jan Nelson

Jan Nelson

Jan Nelson was born in Glasgow in 1956 and brought up on the east coast of Scotland. She is a self taught artist who studied for three years through the Open College of the Arts at Leith School of Art in Edinburgh and has been painting for 20 years on a part time basis, earning a living in the world of commerce until she took up painting full time in 2008.

Jan is now happily painting from her studio on the West Coast of Scotland where work is informed by her deep love of sailing. Whether you are a sailor or not, Jan's passion for the sport is obvious from her painting, which captures the tremendous movement, thrills and glorious colours of sailing both in a scenic and racing sense. Ytene Gallery has worked with Jan since opening, and shows her work in mixed shows all year round.

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RTI!

RTI!
60cm x 24cm
Exclusive to Ytene Gallery, Limited edition of 50
£250




Claire Wiltsher

Claire Wiltsher

Claire was born in wales and graduated with a Fine Art degree in painting at Lancashire University in 1989. She trained as a lecturer in art and in 1999 while teaching in Durham, completed her masters degree in Fine Art at Northumbria University. Until 2012 Claire Co-ordinated art courses at the Henley College in Oxford as well as exhibiting her own work.

Due to rising demand for her paintings she became a full-time professional artist and set up a studio in the New Forest.

Claire exhibits widely and has enjoyed success in several prestigious art competitions. She also has paintings in the House of Lords permanent collection.

Those who love Claire’s work are absorbed into each landscape, finding that previously unseen details and suggestions emerge after careful contemplation. Often Claire’s style has been described as Turner meets Pollock due to her subtle, emotive use of colour and her spontaneous mark making.

Ytene Gallery is delighted to have regular exhibitions of Claire’s work throughout the year.

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High seas

High seas
65cm x 65cm
Limited Edition of 50
£275 (£450 Framed)

Sense of light

Sense of light
65cm x 65cm
Limited edition of 50
£275 (£450 Framed)

Scale of the matter 7

Scale of the matter 7
65cm x 63cm
Limited edition of 50
£275 (£450 Framed)

Northern Heights

Northern Heights
65cm x 65cm
Limited edition of 50
£195 (£450 Framed)




Amy Christie

Amy Christie

Amy Christie was born in Leicestershire in 1977. She graduated from the University of East Anglia with a BA Hons in Language, Literature and Art and was awarded international diplomas in languages and translation from a year studying at the University of Pascal Paoli in Corsica. She travelled extensively throughout her teens and twenties, often travelling alone or working in a country to fully immerse herself in the culture.

Amy spent the first 8 years of her career as a translator of French and Italian, with her artwork taking a backseat due to time constraints. However, a move to Cornwall in 2010 led to a shift in career to art publishing and also afforded her the time to take up her brushes again and develop her style and technique.

“Over the years, I've spent a great deal of time in Italy studying beautiful yet time-worn frescoes and paintings, which ignited a passion for recreating this ancient look. I achieve this with a variety of glazes and textures in combination with layers of colour, which are then partially removed and pulled back to reveal hidden layers. I'm drawn to bold, vibrant colours and often illuminate the piece with gold leaf, which I fragment and distress.” The overall effect is a painting that appears to have been subjected to time's ravaging hands, but has the vibrancy and clarity of a modern piece.

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Springtime

Springtime
60cm x 60cm
Limited edition of 195
£115

Colour Burst

Colour Burst
60cm x 60cm
Limited edition of 195
£115

Joie de Vivre

Joie de Vivre
60cm x 60cm
Limited edition of 195
£115