This month’s newsletter includes an introduction to artist Pip Shuckburgh and her paintings of houses which feature in the popular TV series Downton Abbey, and a great selection of new artwork by Peter Adderley and Dominic Davison.
MGL are pleased to announce the signing of new artist Pip Shuckburgh. After graduating from Art College, Pip embarked on a fruitful career within illustration and commercial art, landing her first complete book to illustrate at the age of 21. Pip has had wide success working largely with watercolour and gouache, illustrating books for numerous well known publishers.
Pip lives in the village of Bampton, the home of UK TV program Downton Abbey, and has gained a widespread reputation for her idyllic paintings of the local landmarks. Her work is now available for homeware, gift, textile licenses and more.
Please click here to view Pip’s collection of Downton Abbey inspired paintings and London landmarks.
Peter Adderley recently submitted a new collection of English seaside inspired paintings to add to his popular portfolio. Originating from England’s rural county of North Staffordshire, Peter Adderley began his career as a freelance artist and card designer. In 2004 his outstanding talent won him a place in the final of the DeMontfort New Artist Competition. This took his status as a professional artist onto a whole new level.
Peter’s artwork can already be found on a range of licensed products including canvases, homeware and greeting cards. We are actively looking for partners to add to his existing product ranges.
Scroll down to view a selection of Peter’s work in the MGL showcase at the bottom of the page.
Our landscape artist, Dominic Davison, has submitted a number of beautiful new images. Dominic creates striking scenes featuring cottages, rural landscapes and cities. His images are beautiful, calming and rich in detail. We are looking for more partners to cover key product areas such as stationery, calendars, cards and more.
Please click here to review Dominic Davison’s full image collection.