Based in Christchurch, Bournemouth, Dorset. Specialising in Contemporary British Art.
Anthony was born in Sevenoaks, Kent. He studied at Chelsea College of Art and then Falmouth College of Arts for a design degree. Having worked as a graphic designer for a few years in London, he was able to take up painting full-time after a couple of successful shows and is now in great demand across the country.
Anthony is predominantly a painter of the British landscape. His work is concerned with the weather, an experience and impact of a landscape. His research time is spent in heavy weather in remote locations and places that have an emotional impact. Inspiration comes from the British landscape and ever-changing climate.
Anthony regularly exhibits in London and across the country with sellout shows. He is a regular exhibitor for the Royal West of England Academy; shown work at the Royal Academy and the Royal College of Arts Henry Moore Gallery having featured on a recent BBC2 art series.
Anthony Garratt was invited in 2012 by BBC1 onto the Millennium Bridge for the Queens Jubilee river pageant to paint in situ as part of the BBC1 coverage for the event. Since then, Anthony has moved onto bigger and greater things and has become a national and internationally acclaimed artist. We continue to delight in exhibiting his stunning, dramatic landscapes.