"Lynne’s paintings are very popular, her animal portraits have an uncanny ability to engage the viewer. Regardless of
subject matter her pictures are saturated with vivid colours and created with vigorous, uninhibited brush strokes. In many
of the paintings, the animals stare out of the canvas so intently that the viewer cannot help but return their gaze and, in
effect, become part of the composition"
Mike Smith - Derbyshire Life Magazine
Welcome to my Website
Award winning artist, obtained a BA honours Degree in Painting and Printmaking and also a PGCE in teaching I paint most days working from my gallery on the fringe of the Peak District. This rural environment provides my artistic stimulation, to translate my passion for nature onto the canvas I hope you enjoy my website.
Nestled in the Drone valley, Derbyshire you are welcome to call me to view my work in a relaxed and casual environment :
Lynne Wilkinson Studio
Summerley Lower Road
Derbyshire, S18 4BF
Please Ring for an Appointment 07811153705 Click here for Directions to Gallery S18 4BF
If you would like to help someone celebrate a special occasion at a distance I offer gift vouchers for any monetary amount. Select a greetings card of your choice and I will personalise and send this with your perfect message.. A gift which will keep on giving.. Please email or call me for more details..
I am here for you, only a phone call away to help with any enquiry
so please feel free to contact me
You can order online or by phone, I can deliver locally, arrange courier/postal service
or you can collect from my studio.
Should you wish I am more than happy to FaceTime and give you a virtual tour
of my studio and gallery please do let me know...
You are welcome to visit my studio gallery by appointment only,
we would of course maintain social distancing and wear face masks
My painting ‘2020’100x150cm now displayed in its new home, very much inspired by our surreal times
A Work in Progress...
A work in progress finally showing the completed commission, my customer aptly named their new painting
"A rather pheasant winters morn"