Lancashire artist Elaine Mather enjoyed a successful career working in textile design for many years before becoming a full time artist. Because of this background Elaine had gained a great insight into the use of colour & texture before leaving her role to pursue a career as a full-time artist. For Many Years Elaine was Published by Solomon & Whitehead where she developed her art.
In August 2015, Elaine was selected from over 400 applicants to take part in The Castle Galleries Summer Exhibition, a showcase of emerging visual talents. Out of the 20 shortlisted artists exhibiting, Elaine’s work proved to be extremely popular with her bold, striking depictions of majestic trees making a big impact upon collectors. So much so that Washington Green Fine Arts decided to publish her work as a collection of limited edition art.
Elaine’s work is inspired by trees in nature, and she loves nothing more than spending time walking, sketching and photographing in the UK and European countryside, particularly the Italian Dolomites. Her husband is an international mountain guide who helped introduce her to the stunning landscapes which inspires her paintings.