E J Lazenby

The Studio at Mount Pleasant, Cawthorne Lane, Kexborough, Barnsley, S75 5DY

01226 382378
07974 404765

My work celebrates the unique relationship between human and animal. I specialise in equestrian art and work in a variety of mediums in both traditional and modern styles. Demonstrations at 1.30pm each day.

Established in 1992, I specialise in equestrian scenes and realistic portraits of horses and dogs, a large proportion of my work being on a commission basis. I am an Associate of the Society Of Equestrian Artists. My recent work shows my enjoyment of working contra-jour (against the light) and experimenting with dramatic light effects.

I also teach extensively and cover a wide variety of styles and mediums.

In 2011 I completed a personal challenge of 100 paintings in 100 days to creatively develop further my style and subject matter.

My favourite medium is acrylics, but I also produce watercolours, pastels, pencil and charcoal studies. There will be a wide variety of quality greeting cards available showing my work and a small selection of limited edition prints. In March, 2010, my portrait of the great racehorse, Nashwan, was presented in Dubai to HRH Sheikh Hamdan Bin Rashid Al Maktoum. I returned to exhibit in Dubai in March 2011 and now have work in private collections in America, Austria, New Zealand, Germany, The United Arab Emirates and Australia.

STUDIO: View a variety of original artworks in my child & dog friendly studio with home made refreshments and beautiful views.

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Open Sat 5th May Open Sun 6th May Open Mon 7th May Open Sat 12th May Open Sun 13th May

DIRECTIONS: DIRECTIONS: Sheffield-Leeds train line (via Wakefield Kirkgate), get off at Darton station. Half mile walk up into Kexborough village, take first left after White Bear pub, first house on right. Trains every hour on Saturday, every 2 hours on Sunday.

Buses from Barnsley, bus no 96 or 96A (Tates Travel) get off by Y-Pas Chippy on Churchfield Lane or at White Bear pub, Ballfield Lane, walk up road towards Darton High School 200yds, take left turn down Cawthorne Lane, first house on right with stables.

By car (M1) leave motorway J38, take A637 to Barnsley, travel up then down hill, as road swings left, take right turn (Ballfield Lane), T junction at end by White Bear pub, Go right, first left, first house on right.

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