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Roadside flowers East Dean Road

A landscape artist in London: Meet Pennie Cunliffe-Lister


For an artist who truly captures the essence and beauty of landscapes, you can trust me to do just that. With an undeniable passion for art, I've been creating landscape artwork amongst other artwork for years. I have a deep appreciation for the natural world and I express this through my art pieces. 

Over the years, I have created countless pieces for people, all with different stories. I believe each painting tells a story, evoking feelings of awe, peace, and wonder. I work with pastel, both soft and oil, acrylic or watercolour, whichever I find best to truly bring out the beauty of my subject. Every detail of my work is filled with love and dedication, as I pour my heart and soul into each piece. 

As a landscape artist in London, I am privileged to immerse myself in the breathtaking beauty of nature and translate it onto a canvas. With each stroke of my brush, I strive to capture the essence and spirit of the landscapes that surround us, inviting viewers to experience the wonders of the natural world through my art.

It's not just landscape art I create

I create more than just landscape artwork. I also create pet portraits and have created plenty over the years for a variety of different clients. I have created portraits for dogs, cats, rabbits and more! Moreover, I've also created pet portraits with the owner included. You can see more of my pet portraits here

As well as pet portraits, I have also created art pieces based on woods, galaxy artwork, portraits, water and so much more. If you have any questions about my artwork then please do get in touch with me. I would be delighted to have a chat with you regarding artwork. 

But where do I work?

I work out of Gallery@42 my own Gallery in South Street Eastbourne BN21 4XB. If you're looking for a landscape artist in London with an abundance of passion in what they do, I sincerely hope that you'll choose me. 

Lanscape painting of small girl in pink at the beach
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