Corrin Tulk

Corrin Tulk

Inspired by the East Anglian coastline, I attempt to interpret the colourful landscape of cliff erosion, cliff top lifeboat house and big norfolk skies in oil paint. I use a technique of slowly building up layers of oil paint creating tension and contrasts in colour.

In 2019, I was delighted to be shortlisted for the Sir John Hurt Art Prize, Holt and also enjoyed being Guest artist at Artworks in Blackthorpe Barn, Suffolk.
I grew up in Australia by the sea, studied and worked in Interior Design for twenty years in Sydney, London and Perth before retraining at Westminster University in Illustration, where I increased my interest in painting. I went on to study an MA in Fine and Applied arts practice at University of Hertfordshire.

Initially, I rented a little studio in Muswell Hill, but as the paintings got bigger and the craving to live near the sea grew stronger, I decided in 2010 to move to the Norfolk Broads. In addition to seasonal art workshops, I am happy to undertake commissions in oil, watercolour, pen and ink and pastel. Feel free to drop in to one of my regular studio open days or during Norfolk open studios and sign up to my newsletter on the website.

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