Francine Davies Artist | A Window on the Artist
Francine Davies offers a brief insight in to her motivation and thanks Mynt Media and Antheaphotography for their support.
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A Window on the Artist

A Window on the Artist

Artist Francine Davies, Francine Davies Art

As an artist there are many things that motivate me to paint and develop my work and perspective.  The following video provides an insight in to the landscape that inspires me and how i seek to interpret the scenes that surround me.  Furthermore, it provides some background in to my latest exhibition entitled: A Window on Iceland.

The quality of the filming owes everything to the skill and expertise of the talented Phill Anstice at Myntmedia ( and to the enthusiasm and expert drone control and photography of the talented Anthony Barber of Anteaphotography (  I cannot thank them both enough for their vision, patience and kindness that enabled me to feel at ease whilst doing something so personal and daunting.  Whilst the first part of the video was shot around 4.30am in the summer at Ogmore by Sea the second part was filmed in my studio.  Phill and Anthony had so many fantastic ideas about capturing sun rise and the power of studying the subject matter in its natural habitat. It is no surprise to hear that after filming me that day Phill went off to film gorillas at Bristol Zoo!

I hope you enjoy!


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