Graham Webber ROI AIEA EAGMA

Born in Colchester in 1980, Graham still lives and works in the area. He paints on location around Mersea Island, Flatford and Dedham and into Suffolk.

Graham works quickly, initially applying broad sweeps of semi-transparent colour and tone to a panel using a cloth to wipe out highlights and establish shadows.
He then adds details and brings the composition together.

Graham likes to paint direct from life, in order to capture the light there and then. Inspiration often comes from the shapes and tones created by light rather than the subject matter itself.

Graham has exhibited at the Royal Institute of Oil Painters annual exhibition, the Royal Society of British Artists exhibition at the Mall Galleries in London, and at the Lynn Painter-Stainers Prize Exhibition.

Awards and Prizes

2014 Winner of the Frank Herring Award (Royal Institute of Oil Painters)

In 2013 Graham won the Daler-Rowney Prize, IEA Committee's Choice at the Institute of East Anglian Artists Exhibition.

Graham received the Menena Joy Schwabe Memorial Award for an outstanding oil painter at the Royal Institute of Oil Painters Exhibition in 2012.

Graham's paintings are in many private collections around the UK, Europe and some further afield in the USA. His work is also in the collection of the Albert Sloman Library, University of Essex.

In 2013 Graham was elected an Associate member of The Royal Institute of Oil Painters, a candidate member of the East Anglian Group of Marine Artists and an Associate member of the Institute of East Anglian Artists.


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