Tessa McIntyre lives and works in North West Dorset. She trained at the Bournemouth College of Art from 1954 to 1958 and again from 1962 to 1963. For the following 30 years she taught art in Secondary Schools in Southern England and at various Adult Education Centres.

Her work may be described as strongly graphic representations of landscape – free flowing, with a bold use of bright vibrant colour as well as cleverly subtle colour. Methods of work include oil, watercolour and mixed media in addition to traditional lino cut and screen print methods. Commissions can be undertaken by prior arrangement with the artist.

Tessa has exhibited previously at the following locations:

Bankside Gallery – London

West of England Royal Academy – Bristol

Poole Printmakers – Poole

Guggleton Gallery – Stalbridge

Shaftesbury Arts Centre – Shaftesbury

Laurence Mitchell Gallery – Isle Of Wight

Dorset Art Weeks (DAWS) – Dorset

The Copyright for all images displayed on this website and work produced by the artist belongs to Tessa McIntyre. No reproductions of the website content and/or work produced by the artist are permitted.

Copyright

Artistic works made since 1 August 1989 are given uprated protection by the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988.

Copyright belongs to the ‘artist’: Copyright arises automatically in UK Law and requires no registration or other formality. All ‘artistic works’ are protected against unauthorised reproduction, publication and commercial dealing.

Length of Protection: Works made after 1989 are protected for the artist’s lifetime plus 50 years after death. The ‘artist’ has the exclusive right to prevent or to authorise reproduction, publication and commercial dealing.

Infringement of Copyright: Action can be taken in both the civil or criminal courts. Criminal remedies include an unlimited fine or up to two years in prison. In addition the court may order payment of compensation plus payment of legal costs.

Note: ‘Artistic works’ can include, amongst other things, graphic design, illustration, photography, animation, writing, digital artwork, photocopies and proofs.