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Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.
London Cockspur Street bus stop by Martin Davey
Small New Forest stream in summer by Martin Davey
Greek lady on stool portrait. by Martin Davey
London taxi near Nelsons Column in the rain by Martin Davey
Artshop owner with his painting by Martin Davey
London Brick Lane by Martin Davey
Woman Ceramicist at work in her studio by Martin Davey
Group of trees in the New Forest. by Martin Davey
London Bishopsgate by Martin Davey
London Piccadilly Circus with evening light by Martin Davey
Men at Northam Southampton boat yard by Martin Davey
London City Bank area in sunny Autumn by Martin Davey
Southampton Old Cemetery in autumn by Martin Davey
London National Gallery in the winter by Martin Davey
Passengers boarding the Hamble Water Taxi in Hampshire by Martin Davey
Girl watering horror plants by Martin Davey
Winchester Hill area in Hampshire during summer by Martin Davey
Dinosaur and son with a parasol by Martin Davey
Boat out of water with dumped parts at marina by Martin Davey
Happy Steam Punk Witch by Martin Davey
Line of trees in Hampshire during Autumn by Martin Davey
Wasp Woman insect drinking tea fantasy by Martin Davey
Village of Axmouth on the river Axe by Martin Davey
Count and Countess Dracula during Halloween evening by Martin Davey
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About Martin Davey
Welcome to the artwork and paintings of artist Martin Davey.
Martin creates visual work in a number of styles and media. On this site one can see Martin's illustration work, which is digitally painted in a traditional methods in photoshop. The subjects range from imaginative cartoon and animal subjects, whimsical scenes and horror and scifi.
To create these works a graphic drawing tablet is used throughout the painting of these images, starting from a blank, electronic canvas, to drawing the subject to finally applying colour and 'painting' the drawing, all on a computer.
But Martin does not only use computers and software for his artwork, for in addition he paints directly on to a canvas, using traditional oil or acrylic paints. The subjects are different to his digital paintings in that he pick every day scenes to paint, using animals, transport and landscapes as his subjects, captured realistically.
Martin likes all of his artwork and paintings to be as accessible as possible to a wide audience. Detail and colour are important, combined with a simple visual message for any one to enjoy.