NORMA BURKE

Artist Norma Burke was born in Newcastle, but now lives at Whitley Bay, on the North East coast.

Since she retired from teaching 5 years ago, she's had the opportunity to indulge in her love of art.

She walks on the nearby beach with her dog most days and says she is massively inspired by the sight, sound and smell of the sea.

"The colours and mood of the ever-changing waves and light are a constant inspiration for my work."

She paints mainly in acrylic on canvas, which give versatility in the vibrancy of the colour but also the texture, which can be built up to give more depth

Her time outdoors also gives her the chance to pursue another hobby....collecting sea glass, which she transforms the pieces into cute sculptural sea glass tealight holders.

For more info email: norma-art@hotmail.com

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Norma Burke

STORMY SEAS AT ST MARY'S LIGHTHOUSE Whitley Bay Original Painting Acrylic on Canvas 20 x 20 cms £15.00

Norma Burke

HINTS OF PURPLE Original painting Acrylic on canvas 40 x 30 cms £24.99

Norma Burke

LINDISFARNE NORTHUMBERLAND (Grey) Original Painting Acrylic on canvas 30 x 24cms £20

Norma Burke

SUNRISE AT BAMBURGH Northumberland Original painting Acrylic on canvas 30 x 24 cms £20

Norma Burke

HORIZON Original painting Acrylic on canvas 30 X 24 CMS £19.99

Norma Burke

MINI MINI EASELS Small original acrylic on canvas paintings on easel Painting measures 7x7cms Selection of paintings and easel colours. £5.00

Norma Burke

SEA GLASS TEA LIGHT HOLDERS Hand-picked sea glass from the Northumberland coast transformed into tea light holders on a slate tile, Approx 3cms high on 10x10cms slate £15 each

Norma Burke

MINI EASELS Choice of original acrylic painting measures 10 x 10cms and colour of easel £10.00

Norma Burke

MINIS ON EASELS Small original acrylic on canvas paintings on easels. Choice of artwork and colour of easel.

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