Agnes Tamura works in oils, watercolour, pastels, charcoal and pencils. This exhibition is very special as it is a compilation of work she has produced over the past two and a half years. The lockdown gave her the opportunity to fully concentrate on producing works of art both from reality, imagination or a bit of both.
Agnes Tamura comes from a family of creatives. She has drawn and painted all her life and always excelled in art at school. She has an international background and studied art full time at first in Sydney, Australia and then at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in The Hague, Holland, where she specialised in portraiture. She has travelled widely on the Continent especially in Italy and lived for some time in Japan. Her paintings have always sold well and are now hanging in many countries.
Agnes works in oils, watercolour, pastels, charcoal and pencils. Most of the paintings in this exhibition are in oils but there are also some watercolours and pastel drawings. She never repeats an artwork. Each are unique and one of its kind. Most of the pictures have a story to tell or the
beginning of a narrative, which then the viewer can interpret in their own way and find excitement, pleasure and mystery that gives the painting its timelessness and fascination.
You can check out her website at www.agnestamura.co.uk or her Instagram @agneschanart.