Gary Bennett

Gary Bennett

We at The Canvas Art Studio are proud to introduce you to the work of the artist & sculptor Gary Bennett.

Gary has been commissioned by the British Legion of the Isle Of Man to produce a sculpture to commemorate the ending of the First World War. He is also the official artist for the BNTVA and his work has been extensively displayed in the UK and notably the Houses Of Parliament

All our signed Limited Edition prints are numbered and are supplied with a signed and numbered certificate of authenticity by the artist. There will only EVER be a very limited number produced and we anticipate as an investment, their value will increase significantly in the coming years. If you are seriously thinking about a purchase, then to avoid disappointment, we urge you to place your order promptly.
These fantastic pictures are produced by hand using the finest photographic quality canvas and 38mm gallery stretcher bars. We use only genuine HP Vivera Inks that with care, are guaranteed against fade resistance for up to 200 years! These fantastic and emotive canvas prints will look stunning on any wall in your home.

These will only EVER be available from us. These fantastic hand made canvas pictures are made using the finest photographic canvas and 38mm stretcher bars. We use only genuine HP Vivera Inks that with care, are guaranteed against fade resistance for up to 200 years! These very emotive and powerful images will look stunning in any home environment.

Gary Bennett prints & limited edition signed prints are ONLY available exclusively through our website. You will NEVER be able to purchase these anywhere else. Please take your time to view Gary's work. You may also visit his website to view more of his fantastic and emotive work.
Website Link: Contemporary War Art

Gary Bennett is a contemporary emotive artist, supported by the Isle of Man Arts Council, who takes his inspiration from his life's journey.
The process of art for me was continuously gathering visual information based on what I was exposed to, pre-digital recording media, during the time dubbed the "Troubles" which were etched on my mind it followed that I was inspired to produce this body of work. Art with a powerful narrative that runs through a scarcely traveled genre in the Fine Art world today.

Gary believes that creating images and sculptures inspired by how he feels about his experiences in the military, feelings from terrible loss to pride in a nation, produces a more powerful message and provokes the viewer into thought as opposed to painting from photos, merely creating a recording, as we are desensitized to violence by the many forms of media today, a recording although important in his mind, is overworked. Gary's subtle but strong images have attracted the attention of military associations and charities, one such military association, namely the British Nuclear Test Veterans Association, produced a magazine article about Gary and his work. Through having dialogue with their representative it was clear that it is that very understanding of how it feels as a soldier serving in a harsh working environment and how he translates that information into images is what makes Gary a weapon of mass communication, a window into a world of the serving soldier and one that sometimes the price of that service to all can be everything.

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