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Chloë Tinsley, artwork of and in our wildscapes.   

'Your painting here gives joy every day...' Sir Andrew Okeover, Okeover Estates

Sarah Sands author and previous editor of the Evening Standard and Today Program, on receiving her commission and seeing it for the first time: 'your work gives me such joy'.

Lord Mark Poltimore, Deputy Chairman of Sothebys Europe described the work as 'striking and impactful' during the showing of the Mayfair exhibition.

 artist Chloe Tinsley stands in front of her Cornish Paintings at the exhibition at Trebah Gardens, the photo was taken by Kasia Murfet, Chloe wears Finisterre trousers and jacket, Blundstone tribe

What kind of work?

You will find different strains of my work here:


Buying art

If you have any queries about the paintings, please feel free to get in touch by email.  You can use the contact form or email me at  
My phone number is 07765 162858, you can also get in touch over WhatsApp. 
For prints and some originals you'll find the shopping carts active, so go ahead and order away.  
I'm really happy to answer any queries you might have, sometimes the prints need a new print run, sometimes you have a tight deadline or would like some advice on framing styles.  I like to foster a personal relationship with you: my clients and patrons.  You'll spy, some of these prints are hand finished... if you would like a hand finished upgrade on your print, and the option isn't there, pop me a msg.   If you see a painting that hasn't yet got a print option with it, then do enquire, it may be that the print run has started slowly, on the quiet. 
Artwork will be sent out on receipt of payment.  
Many of my inks and gouaches go out as gifts,  if you have a particular deadline for delivery you are working towards this can be discussed. Artwork is assigned on a first come first serve basis.   

With love and vibrance to you,



Certificate of authenticity

With your original painting you will receive a signed certificate of authenticity.  




QUICK ART CV: I have exhibited in London: as part of Turner Prize Winner Grenville Davey's 'Hut Eye' installation at the South Bank; collaboration with Stirling Prize winning Architect and Artist Will Alsop OBE on a concept for a main Show Garden at Chelsea Flower Show, winning Media Partnership from The Sunday Times; in Kensal Green, London at the Dissenter's Chapel; Will Alsop's 'A Few Friends' at Testbed1, Battersea; Our Autonomous Nature at Testbed1 in Battersea; Our Autonomous Nature II at Testbed1 in Battersea; Our Autonomous Nature, Seeking Slow at Testbed1 Battersea; and Our Autonomous Nature, Ultimate Pop Up, at the Doodle Bar Battersea.  The Langham Gallery Bloomsbury London, and the 'Art for Jo's' at The Herrick, Mayfair with Amelia Maxwell, and at Wandsworth.

I've also shown in Bristol: the Our Autonomous Nature, New Landscapes exhibition in Stokescroft; casual illustrative snippets at the Better Food's; Wise Beans and Partridges back in Sloane Square, London.   In Scotland; inks at the Bealach Gallery by Applecross and at The Still Life Studio Aberlour.  

Paintings also shown at the Newlyn Wet Art Auction in Cornwall, a solo show at The Poly Falmouth 'Chasing Light in Our Wildscapes', the Summer Exhibition at The Poly and the Spring show at the Bluebell Festival at Enys House for three years and Summer and Winter Open Studios at Krowji. 

In 2023 I had a solo show 'The Colour Bath, Safe Haven in Vibrance' at Trebah Gardens on The Helford River in Cornwall and three month Artist Residency.

My work is in private collections across the UK and internationally including Bermuda, Canada, Australia, and Kenya.

In the late Spring and Summer every year, I open my barn studio on a waterside farm in Cornwall, to visit by appointment.  This is at Restronguet Barton Farm, Mylor Bridge, Falmouth, Cornwall. TR11 5SP.  You are most welcome to plan this into your trip. Please call 07765 162858 or email to arrange. 

I have always painted.   I'm collected and am grateful to the my art patrons, for their passion for my work.   For living and breathing the experience of the paintings and prints in their everyday. 

Officially, an Outsider Artist.  I have an MA in History of Art from Edinburgh University, with a year studying at the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid.  I have worked in close proximity to the 'Main Stream Art World', curating, questioning, observing and collaborating with some truly enlightening artists of our generation. Perhaps it challenges that categorisation. From eleven (or younger), I had a paint brush resident in my hands, I'm grateful to those fundamental early teachers and artists who embraced my obsession, and fostered this relationship to paint and inks. 

From 2011, I was curating and producing a large scale pop-up gallery in Testbed1, Battersea, a warehouse space and arts community that I had the privilege to be involved with, and sadly no longer exists.  Working with many artists across many different mediums, all within the bounds of environmental consideration and the title theme 'Our Autonomous Nature'. It was an exciting time, impactful for many of us and wonderful to get to know the works of so many artists.  Thanks can be spread to those who attended and collected also.  It was a great 'scene' to grow. 
Important to mention here, my key mentors and enablers have been Artist and Architect Will Alsop RA OBE, and Turner Prize Winner, Artist, Sculptor and Professor, Grenville Davey, such extraordinary people who are, dearly, dearly missed. Grenville's memorial was in September 2022 at the Tate Modern in London. I'm still trying to fathom how to put anything into writing. Thank you to both, I will endeavour to do the time you put into me and my work and creativity to justice.  

Where do I paint?

Outside, mostly, even in winter.  I just wear more clothes and have become very comfortable with amazing thermals. Painting if it's already raining is harder.  Clear light days, tend to be the ones I seek out to paint on.   I paint all over, across the country.   I have series in development in Cornwall and the West and East Coast of Scotland.  In Scotland a lot of my work is produced over on the Angus Cliffs above Lunan Bay, and over on the West Coast at Torridon on the Ben Damph Estate. Ferroch on the shores of Upper Loch Torridon has beautiful views, a ramble straight onto the hill and it's full of CHLOË originals and prints.  

I have found my idyll in Cornwall with a gorgeous old Dairy Barn Studio at Restronguet Barton Farm by Mylor Bridge, on the Carrick Roads.  Many of you have found me here already.  Do get in touch if you are heading South West, I often have a hot flask of coffee to share. 

More often than not, I walk to paint, challenging myself physically and allowing my mind to move away from the hubbub of the everyday and focus on the present moment.  I find spots that are, mostly, the breathtaking ones, the ones that do demand more than a second look.  With painting outside come various challenges, and I have found that I am naturally becoming more adapt to finding varying degrees of shelter within the scape.  I might choose a particular spot on a headland not just for the way the land folds one into the other, or the way water might lick round a creek, where the light will drop onto the water but also to find a position where the wind might dip over my head instead of pulling up the canvas. 

Where am I based?

My studio is on the beautiful Dale's farm above the Carrick Roads at Restronguet Barton by Mylor Bridge, just up from the Pandora.  Studio visits are currently by appointment only.   Postcode is TR11 5SP which may help you plan your trip.  There are beautiful cottages to stay on the farm and some great stay options with a Shepherd's Hut and Tiny House onsite. 

Do I work to Commissions?

Yes.   I'm always honoured to.  I do these for both my paintings and drawings.   These are always particularly special to produce.  The commissioned paintings in situ are exciting to work on and unique to the experience of the place.  I can come to you, or you can choose somewhere for me to go to.   

How are they priced?

The works are all priced individually.  You will see a correlation between size and style within the pricing.   Commissioned work sits at 25% above the standard pricing structure (original plein air paintings £1200 - £10000).   If you would like to know the price of a particular piece please do get in touch and I will send you the details.


For original works on canvas:  I work with a joiner who makes the frames in his picturesque workshop just by my studio, they are bespoke and specific to my style.  These frames are hand-made, and then finished off, and sanded back by me, and painted.  Working with wood even just a touch, is one of the most satisfying things to do.   These are made in Cornwall and for the stretched canvasses, not from a shipped moulding.  For specific commissions, if needed an elaborate, gilded scroll frame might be considered, all things can be achieved and to the highest of standards. 

Occasionally if the work has been produced on unstretched canvas, a mounted solution behind glass is available as an option.  


For inks and gouache, and for prints I can recommend framers and I have wonderful ones that I can pass you over to but I do not sell these framed myself. I have recommended framers in Cornwall and up country. 


Unframed drawings and prints are sent through the Royal Mail special delivery, I include this in the price for UK patrons.  For international postage, this is not included, please get in touch.  

For moving paintings from my Cornish Studio to your home, I use a specialist Cornish Art Logistics firm where possible.  


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