Barry Freeman

Barry Freeman has been a professional landscape artist for over 20 years. He works in oil, gouache and pastel enjoying the particular attributes of each. His work tends to border on figurative semi- abstract. This group of pictures display his love of the Downs in Sussex. He has exhibited with all the major art societies – N.E.A.C, R.O.I, R.B.A., Pastel Society and has won numerous awards and prizes for his paintings.

Art Training
St. Martins School of Art
Morley College

Membership of Art Societies
Pastel Society (1995-2005)
RBA (1995-1999)

George Barnes Award for Pastels
Dicker Cup for Oil Painting
Willi Hoffman Guth Award for picture best depicting quality of light (Pastel Society 1995)
Highly Commended Award by Daler Rowney (Pastel Society 1995)
Great Art Award (Patchings 2005)
CAS Award 2007
Frank Herring Award 2015
Sennelier Award Patchings 2017

Solo Exhibitions
Fairfield Halls, London (1985-1992)
Anna-Mei Chadwick, Chelsea, London (1994)

Mixed Shows
Royal Academy Summer Exhibition
Rowley Gallery
Walker Gallery
Chelsea Art Society Summer Exhibition
RBA (Mall Galleries)
Pastel Society (Mall Galleries)
ROI (Mall Galleries)
NEAC (Mall Galleries)
Russell Gallery, Putney
Riverside Gallery, Barnes
St Barbe Open, Lymington
First View Gallery, Stourhead
Richmond Hill Gallery

Works published
The Encyclopaedia of Pastel Techniques
Painting the Effects of the Weather
Beginner’s Guide to Oil Painting and Pastels
Sketching and painting landscapes
Beginner’s Guide to Watercolour Landscapes
Painting the female nude
Life Class