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Jamie Boyd

Ask Myself for Peace
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Ask Myself for Peace

oil on board
30 x 30cm
Better Man

Better Man

watercolour
42 x 42cm
£550
Birds

Birds

original screenprint 1/1
21 x 15cm
£195
Blue House (House at night)
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Blue House (House at night)

watercolour
30 x 30cm
Boat at Harbour

Boat at Harbour

watercolour
32 x 32cm
£445
Don’t Look II
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Don’t Look II

oil on wood
40 x 38cm
Everything Falls Away

Everything Falls Away

original screenprint 1/1
21 x 15cm
£195
Lake in the Valley

Lake in the Valley

oil on paper
52 x 34cm
£545
Reading IV
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Reading IV

watercolour
29 x 21cm
£395
Sit and Wait

Sit and Wait

watercolour
65 x 55cm
£645
The Harbour II
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The Harbour II

watercolour
15 x 21cm
The Harbour IV
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The Harbour IV

watercolour
15 x 21cm
The Harbour IX
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The Harbour IX

watercolour
15 x 21cm
The Harbour XIII

The Harbour XIII

watercolour
15 x 21cm
£295
The Harbour XIV

The Harbour XIV

watercolour
15 x 21cm
£295
The Harbour XV

The Harbour XV

watercolour
18 x 28cm
£345
The Harbour XVI

The Harbour XVI

watercolour
17 x 24cm
£345
The Harbour XVII

The Harbour XVII

watercolour
15 x 19cm
£295
The Harbour XX

The Harbour XX

watercolour
15 x 21cm
£295
The Harbour XXI

The Harbour XXI

watercolour
15 x 19cm
£295
The Harbour XXII

The Harbour XXII

watercolour
30 x 30cm
£495
Three men
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Three men

watercolour
36 x 45cm
Waiting
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Waiting

oil on panel
38 x 30cm

Jamie Boyd

Jamie Boyd: I was born and educated in Eastbourne where I gained a distinction in Art and Design at Eastbourne College of Arts. I then moved to Cornwall where I studied Illustration, graduating with a BA First Class Honours Degree, and then went on to achieve an MA Illustration at Falmouth College of Arts.

My work has been exhibited in various venues internationally, in both solo and mixed exhibitions. I have recently been the artist in residence at Falmouth Docks.

As a painter living in Falmouth, I paint a varied range of landscape, still life and figurative subjects, from seascapes to heavy industry, using both drawing in-situ and studio based painting in my practice.

Influenced by my own personal experiences, I creatively wish to unveil the beauty of my surroundings through the medium and poetry of painting.

Jamie Boyd is a dynamic and industrious artist. Falmouth, Cornwall remains his base since he graduated from art college there, but he travels extensively which motivates and inspires the work. Travelling has always provided major artistic input stemming from receiving a number of artistic travelling bursary awards whilst still a student and also as he began his full time painting career. Jamie has just returned from a number of months travelling through Africa. He continues to be one of the most successful painters at Cornwall Contemporary’s London exhibitions and I believe his career will continue to flourish.
Sarah Brittain, Director, Cornwall Contemporary

Selected solo shows
2012 A Little Rain, Cornwall Contemporary
2011 Cold White Envelope, Cornwall Contemporary
2010 Swimming in the shallows, Cornwall Contemporary
2009 Retreat, Cornwall Contemporary The Face of Kenya, Open Space galleries, Cornwall
2008 Embark, commissioned by CAN, King Harry Ferry, Cornwall
2006 Falmouth Docks, Poly, Cornwall

Selected Group shows
2016 Spring Collection, Cornwall Contemporary
2014 Jamie Boyd and Pippa Young, Cornwall Contemporary
2013 Making Faces, Falmouth Art Gallery, Cornwall
2011 Ruth Borchard self – portrait award, Kings Place Gallery, London Exeter Contemporary Open, Phoenix Gallery, Devon British Impressionists, Falmouth Art Gallery, Cornwall
2009 London Show, Cornwall Contemporary at the Lennox Gallery, London Columbia Road Gallery, London
2008 London Show, Cornwall Contemporary at the Lennox Gallery, London Feel the Breeze, Falmouth Art Gallery, Cornwall
2007 Still life, Cornwall Contemporary, Cornwall Curtain Call, Queen Street gallery, Hampshire Alan Kluckow Fine Art, Berkshire Kilnhanger House, Surrey St. Giles Street gallery, Norfolk
2006 Premier exhibition, Cornwall Contemporary Brunel 200, Falmouth Art Gallery, Cornwall Thompsons Marylebone, London

Selected Awards and Achievements
2013 Selected for the ‘Motel themed art prize’ by author Willy Vlautin
2012 AA2A Award, residency at Plymouth College of Arts, Devon
2011 Selected for the Ruth Borchard self – portrait award, Kings Place Gallery, London Selected for the Exeter Contemporary Open prize,Devon
2010 Artworks for The Screechy Badman’s Dinner Party radio blog
2009 National Campaign for the Arts, promotional image AA2A Award, residency at Plymouth College of Arts, Devon
2008 Embark: Ferry Art, commissioned by CAN, King Harry Ferry, Cornwall
2007 Artist residency at Falmouth Docks
2006 Creative Skills Dispelling the Myth, Travel Award
2005 Creative Skills, Travel Award
2004 The Lynn Foundation Award Creative Skills, Skills development Award
2003 Ferdinand Zweig Scholarship Fenton Travel Arts Bursary
2002 Sidney Perry Trust Award

Cornwall Contemporary

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