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Lester ATACK

The Royal Cornwall Hospital holds a painting in its permanent collection by this artist, Trevaunance Cove (1966).

Geraldine ATKINS

The artist came to Cornwall in 1974, and has lived in Falmouth and at Carn Marth. She studied at the Falmouth College of Art and has a degree in printmaking (1994).  Since leaving college she has been working in drypoint etching.  Atkins is a member of the NSA and has shown regularly in group shows and exhibitions around Cornwall.

Helen ATKINS

A member of Taking Space, an exhibiting group of women artists.

Kathy ATKINS

Kathy Atkins' landscapes and still-lifes are inspired by the natural world.

Ray ATKINS

1937—

Born in Exeter, Devon, Atkins studied at the Bromley College of Arts both before and after National Service in the 1950s. His initial great influence was Frank Auerbach, in whose studio he worked whilst also doing postgraduate studies at the Slade. Embarking on a teaching career at Bournemouth College of Art, he moved on to Reading University Dept of Fine Art and then to the Epsom School of Art.

He came to Cornwall through a teaching post at Falmouth College of Art in 1974, continuing to exhibit in many mixed shows. At the Piers Morris Gallery in 1970 he gave his first one-man exhibition, and from that time this became his main format. In 1977 Ray showed paintings and drawing in a three-man show at NAG, with John HENDERSON and Robert MORLEY, and that same year he exhibited with the NSA to which he had been elected, in their travelling exhibition to Pont-Aven in Brittany. He was also selected for the celebratory exhibition, A Century of Art in Cornwall 1889-1989 to honour the centenary of Cornwall County Council. in London, Art Space Gallery represents his work, and his exhibitions of note are listed on his website.

Amy ATKINSON

1859—1916

Born on 9 July 1859 in Fakenham, Norfolk (GRO), and died at Royal Tunbridge Wells, Kent, she is shown as an prolific exhibitor between the years of 1884 and her death in 1916. Her addresses in this period include the following: Fakenham Rectory, Norfolk (1884), York (1889), Frensham, Surrey (1894) and London (1897). [J&G]  It is clear that for some period between York and Surrey that Atkinson spent time in Cornwall.

In the 1890 Exhibition at Dowdeswells [reprinted in Hardie 2009] in New Bond Street, the artist exhibited alongside all those described as 'from St Ives, Newlyn and Falmouth residing in or painting in Cornwall'. Her exhibition title was In the Firelight.

A recent correspondent has written with the following information:  

'I'm interested in finding out more about Amy Atkinson. so far I found almost 
nothing! I discovered the book 'In The Abruzzi' several years back. It 
contains 12 watercolours by her , see...    
http://www.flickr.com/photos/peetastn/sets/72057594126833264/
I've also got another book she did the illustrations for (Touraine, again 
with Anne Macdonell) and one watercolour. But any information on the pair of 
them is hard to come by!'

Hence, if any reader has further information about Amy Atkinson or Anne Macdonell, we would be grateful to receive it.
 

Caroline ATKINSON

Administrator of The Contemporary Gallery, Penzance in 1996, at time of her exhibiting there. In 2011 she was listed as a regular exhibitor at the Lander Gallery, Truro.

Digby ATKINSON

1942—

 

His early interest in art was developed through his interest in and collection of toys. Digby attended Lincoln College of Art with tutors: Tony Bartl, Bob Blatherwick & Hugh Robinson. He then attended Hornsey College of Art and benefited from the tutoring of Gordon House, Ron Ingles & Derek Nice. He was employed as an art assistant on the (then new) Telegraph Colour Supplement, working under the art director (who became a photographer), Hans Feurer. Together with Hans he began a further career in advertising.

Atkinson worked as an art director at Pritchard Wood & Partners, the first of six advertising agencies before joining Saatchi & Saatchi. After thirteen happy years with this company, and with a collection of industry awards, he spent a further seven years working with three other London agencies, before deciding to retire from full-time advertising.

Having discovered Cornwall (yes, people still do!), the Atkinsons moved to Cornwall, where Digby became a part-time tutor at University College Falmouth. This has returned him to painting, though he is still collecting toys.

 

Ryman ATKINSON

1950—

Born in Brighton, he studied at Brighton Polytechnic (Art and Design) and West Sussex College (Stained Glass Design and Restoration)

Felix ATTLEE

Felix Attlee works with reclaimed metal to create bird-like sculptures which almost resemble historic artefacts. He is influenced by his African childhood, and his love of finding new life in discarded objects.