Hilary Roper is a professionally trained northern artist, having trained at Lancaster College of Art and Design and Leeds University. She has had work recommended by Prince Charles to the National Trust where she has exhibited. She has held several major Art exhibitions and been reviewed in several newspapers including The Guardian.
She has to date published three children’s Books which she has written and illustrated and written 1,300 fairytales for Buttercup Publishers. She shows at several galleries, trade fairs and is about to publish her fourth book.
Hilary paints now in oils with a palette knife.
Her oil paintings are semi-impressionistic, vibrant, and still shows her skills for pattern and colour, even though the brushstrokes are broader and not as clearly defined with the linear patterning, that is easily recognised in her illustrative fine art.
She has covered subjects such as the River Wharfe, The Lake District, Barcelona, butterfly wings and moorland trees near to Haworth.
She follows her own mind and her own feelings and her concepts, albeit common enough are executed with an original vigour, and unique exuberance always displaying colour and pattern.
She is moved by weather patterns, landscapes and seascapes.
Hilary is available for commissioned works.
Albeit some paintings are larger most are about 80cms by 100cms and beautifully framed. They are priced at from £1,950 to £2,900.
They are painted in professional oils on canvas.
Further costs will be added for delivery to Northern Ireland, and globally. But all deliveries within the UK can be delivered free of charge.
Please contact Hilary by email: email@example.com
- ‘Danaidae’ Tropical Asian Butterfly
- Barcelona Bronze
- Barcelona City Square
- Boat on Windermere
- Gaudi’s Sagrada Familia Cathedral Interior
- Indian Goddess
- Looking Back Down From Hellvelyn
- New 1
- New 2
- New 3
- New 4
- New 5
- New 6
- New 7
- New 8
- Stravinsky Fountain Barcelona
- Surtsey the Cat
- V&A Bronze Lady
- Winter Landscape Haworth
- Winter Trees in the Dales
- Yorkshire Dales, Storiths Winter Trees