as seen on TV!…

I’ve had a fantastic response to my work after being seen on BBC One –  Home is where the art is (episode 12)
Please do get in touch if you’d like to talk further: giles@gilesdavieslandscapes.co.uk

The original artwork was auctioned and made £750 for the following amazing charities:
THE EAGLE PROJECT – run by my great friend in the youth prisons of Sao Paolo, seeking to break the vicious cycle of crime and drug abuse through ground-breaking drama workshops and building relationships.
UNLEASHED COMMUNITY DRAMA GROUP – having hired a theatre, my old college friend Martin decided to put on a show… with a cast mainly of homeless people! This amazing project is now thriving in the Torbay area, and also has a choir!
DERBY CHURCHES NIGHTSHELTER – I’ve been volunteering with this project for the past six years, during which time hundreds have been given a place to sleep and a hot meal through the winter months; and many have been helped to turn their lives around.

 

Limited edition prints also available

50 at each size. Mounted in white.

800x600mm – £135

500x400mm – £85;

p&p will be added to these prices at checkout, as follows: 800x600mm – £13; 500x400mm – £10.

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Take a fresh look at a cutting of some apple peel, and at a completely different scale, it becomes part of a hillside; or perhaps a wintry panorama can become the crest of a wave. The strength of colour and detail in printed magazine photographs is a great resource for responding to the rich natural design in a landscape. Giles works from his own photographic reference, sketching out the scene in pencil first, then searching out cuttings with the right colour, tone and texture to build his ‘palette’. Giles finds the beautiful hills and valleys close to home in the Peak District especially inspiring; also the wonderful coastline of Wales.

Giles explains more in a recent video interview