Welcome to Rhian Field ART   

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Rhian is a science-trained practicing artist who has been painting with oils since 2010, following her graduation in  July 2010 with a First Class Honours Degree in Coastal and Marine Environment Studies. She also received the Coastal & Marine Award 2010 given by the Pembrokeshire Coast National Parks. Her DEEPWATER paintings which have been exhibited recently at the National Assembly for Wales in Cardiff, have proved extremely popular and won her a commission by the RSPB Cymru to paint Ramsey Island in 2012.  Two further oil paintings supporting the RSPB project F.A.M.E. (Future of the Atlantic Marine Environment) have been on exhibition in the Kelvingrove Museum and Gallery in Glasgow, Cardiff and the Orkneys. The oil paintings on stretched linen depict Guillemots and Razorbills diving off the Island of Colonsay, Scotland. They can be viewed in the Deepwater Gallery. For more information about future exhibitions use our Contact page or telephone 07985 227951

This website presents 'The ART of Science' and reminds us of the obvious and close relationship through the ages, between artist and naturalist. Rhian is currently conducting PhD research at Aberystwyth University which examines the influence that art and science working in collaboration can have on human behaviour within climate change adaptation. As part of her field research she uses her skills as an oil painter to create a series of paintings, specially designed to explore how people engage with art within a context of climate change.

All paintings and special reproductions are available for purchase, either from exhibiting galleries or direct from Rhian Field ART online. Visit the Events page to find out where Rhian's work can be viewed.

Please contact Rhian via the Contact Form, Facebook Page or phone 07985 227951

direct email: info@rhianfield-art.co.uk