JOANNE FINNEGAN

Joanne is a British born landscape Artist who graduated from De Montfort University, UK, with a Bachelor of Arts Hons Degree in Visual Art, specialising in Painting and Print-making. In 2007 Joanne moved to Switzerland and her relationship with the Swiss landscape began. Like most of the British explorers that arrived in Switzerland before her, Joanne also found the Swiss Alps capturing her imagination and fell under their majestic spell. Joanne's main influences are the landscapes of Ferdinand Hodler and German expressionist artists such as Kirchner and Beckmann. These along with the book written by Heinrich Harrer (The White  Spider) have influenced her creativity and inspired Joanne to use her own unique style to represent the Swiss mountains and landscape. 

In 2013, Joanne founded Simply Paint, teaching and Art mentoring business, which specialises in supporting new and advanced Artists. Joanne also offers courses for individuals with more therapeutic needs.  

2016, Joanne's Swiss map work was accepted for the Summer Exhibition at the Royal Academy in London.  

Joanne has sold her work in various countries across the globe.  She continues to be inspired by the landscape and people around her, clearly visible in her paintings, lino-prints, and illustrations. 

News: Exhibition

May - October 2019

LA PALETTA, FLIMS.

Thrilled to be represented by La Paletta in Flims.

 www.lapaletta.ch

Work is also available at:

SOMETHING DIFFERENT Craft Gallery

Something Different, Menzingen

Something Different in Zug

Art Training & Qualifications.

A level Art, A level Craft Design and Practice.

Art and Design Foundation Course, University entry 12 months. 

Diploma of Higher Education in Visual Arts.

BA (Hons) Degree in Visual Art.

HNC in Multi-Media and Web Design 

Intermediate Certificate in Art and Design Ceramics.

 

2012  Member of the Guild of Swiss Mountain Painters.

2013  Founder of  Simply Paint, 

2015  Bergwasser, Bromer Art Collection, GSBM

2016  Royal Academy of Arts Summer Exhibition, London.

January 2020 all images copyright @Joanne Finnegan

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