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Amanda Hoskin

Amanda Hoskin

Amanda Hoskin was born and grew up in Cornwall. After graduating from Falmouth School of Art and Design, she became a freelance wildlife illustrator, working and living in London.

She returned to Cornwall in the early 1990s to become a sailing instructor, on the beautiful river Fal estuary, through the summer months and travelling in winter. During this time she continued to paint, changing the medium from watercolour to oils. Her style became much freer and she began to concentrate on the changing skies and spectacular landscapes in Cornwall and Devon.

As always, Amanda combines technical mastery with 'fast and loose' expressive use of paint amongst the more considered marks to capture the light and atmosphere of the landscape that she knows and loves so well. Her national and international reputation continues its rapid growth.

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Original pieces by Amanda Hoskin

Light reflects upon the sand that welcomes the sea

Light reflects upon the sand that welcomes the sea
91cm x 71cm
Oil on canvas
£2500

The Artists Journey

The Artists Journey
25cm x 25cm
Book by Amanda Hoskin
£30

The subtle spirit of the moor

The subtle spirit of the moor
10cm x 22cm
Watercolour on paper
£175

Snow falls whitening this ancient landscape

Snow falls whitening this ancient landscape
15cm x 20cm
Watercolour on paper
£175

Radiant light, Tresco

Radiant light, Tresco
22cm x 21cm
Oil on paper
£595

Poetry in nature, on the road to Zennor

Poetry in nature, on the road to Zennor
26cmx 28cm
Oil on paper
Sold

A Trail of Bluebells along the Stream

A Trail of Bluebells along the Stream
28cm x 28cm
Oil on paper
£695

A perfect day on St Martins, Scillies

A perfect day on St Martins, Scillies
31cm x 30cm
Oil on paper
£695

A glimpse of surf breaking in the midday sun, Zennor

A glimpse of surf breaking in the midday sun, Zennor
50cm x 56cm
Oil on paper
Sold

On the coastal path, bluebells and wild garlic, towards St Ives

On the coastal path, bluebells and wild garlic, towards St Ives
37cm x 45cm
Oil on paper
£950