email:  fay@faycollinsart.co.uk 

Pools of Light. Wastwater. Oil on board, 80 x 70cm SOLD
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Summer 2020

My studio gallery is open 11-4pm Thursday to Sunday and other times by appointment. If you are making a special trip please contact me before travelling a long distance.

Wyresdale Park, Snowhill Ln, Scorton, Lancashire, PR3 1BA




 “LAND – SEA – AIR”  – Arteria Gallery23, Lancaster

My paintings feature in group exhibition – Land-Sea-Air – A celebration of nature’s abundance: This show is packed with local & national art and craft delights that acknowledge the Earth’s remarkable recovery during lockdown

“The works I have selected for this exhibition were conceived whilst visiting estuaries and lakes where flora is found in abundance. I am interested in observing evidence of natural erosion and the survival of plant life at the coastline, river’s edge or lake side. The interface between water and land is subject to constant change and is perhaps one of the most dynamic places of all. Where prevailing weather systems and tides wreak havoc with the fragile ecosystems that exist there, we can observe life and death precipitated by wave action, drought and flood. Washed up or eroded forms transported by the force of nature abound, and when discovered, allow us to contemplate a sense of loss and gain through their own journeys” Fay Collins


Lost to the Sea, oil on board, 69 x 49cm



Autumn 2020

19th September – 3rd October 2020


Old Courthouse Gallery, Ambleside, Lake District UK


A Bid For Freedom, Loughrigg 2020, oil on board

 My new body of Lakeland landscape work will feature in the ‘Chambers’ gallery upstairs. Most of the pieces have been produced during the unprecedented circumstances of lockdown; a visual journey of recalled experiences moving through landscapes local to Ambleside and beyond. Feelings of entrapment at home predominate; unable to explore the fells and a longing to be witness to the wild, unpopulated paths and vistas of our beloved Lake District. More details to follow..