Joanna Constable Green was born in Kenya, 1962. She is a direct descendant of the artist John Constable. Joanna studied at St Martins College of Art and Cheltenham School of Art, where she was awarded a 1st class BA hons in Art and Art History. While at art school she was "Tipped for the Top" in conjunction with " The New Generation" exhibition organised by John Simmons held at Bonhams, London.

Joanna has exhibited regularly since graduating in various mixed exhibitions, including the " The Affordable Art Fair" in Chelsea, " Hanging Around" gallery in Enfield and "Ambra" gallery in Whetstone.

From 1989 to 1991 she was head specialist painter at Sudeley Castle, Gloucestershire, which involved fine artwork on a selection of the castle furniture.

I was born in Africa to an artistic family and moved to London aged 5 years. My mother aspired to a bohemic lifestyle hence I was introduced and inspired by many artists during my childhood, which also included many visits to the Tate Gallery. My particular influences are Bonnard, Matisse, Gauguin and Mary Fedden. 
My latest collection of paintings conjures up my personal positive feelings towards the coastlines of Britain, Cornwall in particular. My interpretation of the beautiful seaside villages coloured and pushed around on canvas are designed to form a kind of man made Utopia Joanna Green

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