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Visitors Favourite Painting.

Visitors to my recent solo exhibition in Stamford voted “Reflections III : Summer” their favourite picture in the exhibition.
This painting is the third from a series in which I looked at the effect of light and water during the different seasons of the year. They were painted in an abstract, free style and I shall be returning to the theme and style again. In future paintings I hope to expand the series introducing new themes, ideas and experimenting with an even wider range of materials.
To see the painting take a look at the Contemporary Colour section of my website where some of the series are displayed.

Exhibition From Here To The Coast : Then and Now

Take a look at my exhibition page to view a selection of the (approximately) 50 pictures which will be on display, in April, at the Willoughby Memorial Gallery , Corby Glen. Lincolnshire.
From time to time I shall add or rotate some the paintings, on my online gallery page, which you will then be able to see and purchase from the actual exhibition at the Willoughyby Memorial Gallery, in April.
I hope the exhibition will show the changes and development of my style, painting techniques and increasing experimentation with differing media over the last 3 years since I last had a solo exhibition. The natural world, land and seascapes, flora and fauna still play an important part in my work as I continue to explore colour, abstraction and an ever increasing use of different painting methods and materials.

Recently completed commissions.



Both paintings have been recently completed and are now resident with their owners! For information about commissioning a painting or to join my ‘Commissions List’ please email me and I shall get back to you as soon as possible.

New Today.

The new Winter season card pack is here! A pack of four different cards, hand-tied, labelled and left blank ready for your own seasonal greetings to send to family and friends. Take a look in the Cards & Prints section of the site.


Back in the Studio.

The last couple of months have been so busy. After the fun and success of the Stamford exhibition it has been quite a change of pace to return to the relative peace of the studio and my “real” world of canvas and paint. It was lovely to see so many family and friends and to meet so many customers both old and new. The people of Stamford were very welcoming and supportive so I look forward to exhibiting there again.
At the moment I’m working on commissions which will keep me busy into 2017 but I always welcome new enquiries and keep a “commissions” waiting list for interested clients so anyone considering commissioning a painting please do still get in touch.
The new range of open edition Giclee Prints on Cotton Canvas are becoming available now. So far they are proving really popular and selling quicker than I can restock!
Keep a look out for brand new prints, re-stocked favourites and of course new original paintings which I shall be uploading soon.

A Brush With Nature

Stamford exhibition is up and open for visitors. It’s looking good (photos to follow) and very exciting!

Many thanks to all the Arts Centre staff for their warm welcome and help. Also a big thank you to the Jess Fuller Art team, you know who you are!

Exciting Times.

New website and working hard for solo exhibition in Stamford. 6 weeks to go!

310.Peacock Butterfly

                  “A Brush with Nature”

For her fifth solo exhibition, established Lincolnshire artist Jess Fuller brings her unique style of painting, use of colour and view of nature to Stamford Arts Centre, St. Mary’s Street, Stamford, PE9 2DL. All welcome – admission free.