Hawker's Hut - pencil, 44.7 x 48.3 cm
Girl with a Towel - pencil, 23 x 19.5 cm
Rosehip - acrylic
My main interest is in still-life painting, the picture being small scale, concentrated and highly detailed, with influences from the present and past traditions. Most of my paintings are acrylic on panel, but I also like to work in egg tempera, watercolour, gouache, and occasionally oils.
I have been a professional artist since 1976. I am a Member of the Royal Birmingham Society of Artists and I have exhibited regularly in the Royal Academy Summer Exhibitions from 1983, as well as numerous other galleries and exhibitions nationally and internationally. My paintings are in many private collections worldwide, and have been purchased by West Midlands and East Midland Arts Associations.
Dylan Waldron is permanently represented by the Goldmark Gallery and his painting are for sale directly from them. Goldmark Gallery also have three short films about Dylan Waldron:
Orange Street, Uppingham, Rutland
Portrait of David Suff
Sue wearing Dulcie's Pearls
Gourd with a Peacock
A Saucer with Figs