Paton is a tutor in sculpture at the newly established NEWLYN SCHOOL OF ART 2011 and will be offering 4-day short courses in Stone carving (1), and Stone carving (2).
An acrylic painting, by this artist, German Clipper 1993, hangs at St Mary's Hospital, Isles of Scilly.
An artist who studied in the BA Fine Art programme at University College Falmouth, and who was one of five exhibitors in the 'Silent Signals' exhibition at the Crypt Gallery, St Ives (Dec 2010).
Her exhibition, all oil on canvas (20 works), entitled Elemental Truths, is composed of 'a new body of abstracted paintings that will fill Kestle Barton with a fluid sense of depth and dynamics this June' (Kestle Barton illustrated invitation card, 2011).
Payne's Universum of Pictorial World (Rickerby, Brain and Payne), published in 1847, included his engraving Land's End, Cornwall.
A painting by this artist, 'Here Comes the Sun', is part of the art collection of Royal Cornwall Hospital.
Birmingham-born artist, in the circle of artists around Joseph SOUTHALL influenced greatly by the Pre-Raphaelite tradition.
In 1945 Payne was living in the School House, Summercourt, Cornwall, when exhibiting with the Plymouth Society of Artists in their second exhibition by members in September of that year.
Massachusetts-born (Newton nr Boston) artist, aspects of his earlier life and education as well as his later life and movements, are covered in biographical material gathered for the publication of the life and journal of his friend, John Pius Boland, an Irishman and tennis player who he first met in Germany in the early days of the modern Olympic games.
Moving with his family to St Ives, he married Theresa Freeman, niece of artists Mary Winifrede FREEMAN and Charles Napier HEMY. His address for submissions was Seaforth, St Ives.
His painting Old Studio is mentioned in the St Ives Times report of the March Show Day of 1911, indicating that he had left before that date. Wood mentions a painting The Rain Squall that Pazolt had showed at the RA from St Ives in 1901. Whybrow mentions the artist in passing related to the St Ives Arts Club (1903). Pazolt took British nationality in 1934.
The exhibitor displayed 'Shetland Woollies' in the Craft section of the Summer Exhibition at Newlyn in 1928. It is not made clear whether or not this was spinning and knitting or just knitting of these intricate Celtic designs.