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View and buy original figurative paintings by Cherylene Dyer at The Biscuit Factory

Cherylene Dyer

Cherylene Dyer is a Scottish artist based in Glasgow. She moved to Glasgow to Study Drawing and Painting at Glasgow School of Art ,and has lived there ever since.

Cherylene's work has always been centred around the human form. Her subjects appear mysterious and ambiguous - complete in their own worlds. Cherylene's models are singers, dancers and actors which are evidently reflected in her work. She is concerned with emotion and atmosphere which creates an expressive but realistic style.

 

'The World Changed whilst I was Sleeping 2', a figurative oil painting by Cherylene Dyer at The Biscuit Factory. Image shows a blond woman on a beige background from mid torso up wearing a pink floral and a tall gold crown. She faces the left, reaching out her arms to the edge of the canvas

The World Changed whilst I was Sleeping 2

£1,750.00
'Morning Rituals', a figurative oil painting by Cherylene Dyer at The Biscuit Factory. Image shows a painting of a man with a bare torso wearing a red swimming cap. His eyes are closed and his mouth is open as if shouting. Small brown birds surround him in varying stages of flight. The background is a pale yellow.

Morning Rituals

£3,100.00
'Keeping up Appearances', a figurative oil painting by Cherylene Dyer at The Biscuit Factory. Image shows a painting of a woman on a dark background wearing a white slip dress standing to the side with her facing over her shoulder and wearing a yellow crown

Keeping up Appearances

£1,750.00

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'In the Place of Rituals', a figurative oil painting by Cherylene Dyer at The Biscuit Factory. Image shows a section of an oil painting - a black background and a pale circle floor upon which stands 3 topless men in white and black striped trousers and white crowns. Each man is wearing a different expression, two clustered to the left and another separated to the right.

In the Place of Rituals

£4,200.00
'Based on Folklore', a figurative oil painting by Cherylene Dyer at The Biscuit Factory. Image shows a section of a larger painting or a woman in blue lacey dress with her arms stretched out above her head and crossed at the wrist. Around her hands and travelling to the right edge are 6 newspaper planes in varying sizes and motion

Based on Folklore

£3,700.00