John Dyer Quotes, Sayings, Remarks, Thoughts and Speeches

John Dyer Quotes and Sayings

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    And he that will this health deny, down among the dead men let him lie. John Dyer | Refcard PDF
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    Digital media has destroyed much of the magic and mystery of the medium. John Dyer | Refcard PDF
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    During the winter when the weather is too poor to work outside, I do use drawings and photographs, but I change my work so it is not just a time and place study. John Dyer | Refcard PDF
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    I apply paint directly from the tube and with my fingers. John Dyer | Refcard PDF
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    I decided to become a painter when my first four paintings where all published and attracted a great deal of interest. I exhibited one of them and it was sold. John Dyer | Refcard PDF
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    I have been surrounded by artists and paintings throughout my life. My father Ted Dyer is an artist, and from a very early age I have spent time painting and drawing. John Dyer | Refcard PDF
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    I have improved the way in which I paint. The colours are cleaner and there is more energy in the brush work. John Dyer | Refcard PDF
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    I have lived in Cornwall from the age of 4, so I have always been aware of the artistic heritage that the county has. I feel very proud to be able to connect to this. John Dyer | Refcard PDF
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    I love the sea's sounds and the way it reflects the sky. The colours that shimmer across its surface are unbelievable. This, combined with the colour of the water over white sand, surprises me every time. John Dyer | Refcard PDF
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    I paint what I see, not what a camera would see. John Dyer | Refcard PDF
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    I realised that if I did what I wanted to do, it would work. John Dyer | Refcard PDF
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    I really enjoy squeezing out a big lump of paint directly onto the canvas and leaving it; fresh, immediate and sometimes shocking. John Dyer | Refcard PDF
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    I still take photographs for my own use, personal studies. I do not feel that I can fully express my views through the medium and this is why I have moved towards painting. John Dyer | Refcard PDF
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    I studied for my degree in London and consequently ended up spending five years away from Cornwall. I deliberately moved away from the coast to experience a different way of life. John Dyer | Refcard PDF
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    I use a wide selection of colours. It is impossible to produce work like mine using only the primary colours as they only mix a certain range of colour. John Dyer | Refcard PDF
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    I use about 20 different colours to retain the luminance in my work. John Dyer | Refcard PDF
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    I used to own a dingy and can still sail one if pushed, but I like the pleasure boats. John Dyer | Refcard PDF
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    I want to paint big, bright, optimistic pictures of the place I love. John Dyer | Refcard PDF
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    I was told I was talented when I applied to Falmouth School of Art and that I should consider skipping the course and proceeding directly to degree level. John Dyer | Refcard PDF
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    In some parts of the world there is very little tidal movement. John Dyer | Refcard PDF
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    It's a terrible thing wishing that it can be someone else's tragedy. John Dyer | Refcard PDF
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    My father is a well known artist, Ted Dyer, who has been painting for many years. Our work is very different, but growing up surrounded by paintings, paints, easels and art books does have an effect. John Dyer | Refcard PDF
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    My great love is my home county of Cornwall, I love to sit and watch people enjoying themselves on the beaches and in the harbour towns of Cornwall. John Dyer | Refcard PDF
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    My optimism for life carried through my work. John Dyer | Refcard PDF
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    On my return to Cornwall I discovered that I was living in a tropical paradise. For now I am content to explore my own home and our nearest neighbour France. John Dyer | Refcard PDF
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    Painting is really good fun, I have always enjoyed it. As long as I paint what I want with the freedom that I enjoy, I never tire. John Dyer | Refcard PDF
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    St Michaels Mount is a favourite place of mine; people will walk across to the Mount all day and assume they will be able to walk home. The spectacle of hundreds of people realising that the path they walked over on is disappearing under several feet of water is very amusing. John Dyer | Refcard PDF
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    The lifestyle that an artist can have, the freedom to wander in the landscape with no real pressure or deadlines, was a very attractive one. John Dyer | Refcard PDF
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    The majority of my work is from life. I spend most fine days from May to October painting outside. John Dyer | Refcard PDF
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    The most amazing thing to me about the sea is the tide. A harbour like St. Ives is totally transformed in a very short space of time by the arrival or departure of the sea. John Dyer | Refcard PDF
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    The paintings by Van Gough and Chagall had a big influence on me. John Dyer | Refcard PDF
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    While I was at college studying design I decided to paint. I was also greatly inspired by the colours that I had seen on my travels in the Brazilian Rain forest. John Dyer | Refcard PDF






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