Paint In Progress, work by Neville Cox

I get my inspiration from the West Country countryside. I particularly love the coast, and what could be more spectacular than the northern edge of Exmoor, or more beautiful than the rugged cliffs of the Lizard. Whenever I can and in most weathers, I like to paint and sketch outdoors. For oil sketching I keep my equipment to a minimum and use a Guerilla pochade box with a carbon fibre tripod. Most of my work now consists of finished pochade paintings and studio work based on my sketches and photographs.

I am now a member of the Lizard Art Co-operative in Cornwall. They have a permanent gallery at Trelowarren which opens from Easter to October and I am exhibiting there.

Lizard Art Co-operative

Many of my paintings can be seen and purchased at Churchgate Gallery, Porlock. They hold regular exhibitions of my work.

ChurchGate Gallery

If you wish for more information about a particular painting in the gallery then you can e-mail me ( see Contact ).