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PATRIOT ART ARTIST JOHN PALLISER

  

Veteran & Artist/illustrator John Palliser  

 

 John works out of the North East of England, having travelled widely over the course of a long military service with The Royal Engineers & Royal Military Police. And has worked as an artist for over thirty years he established “Patriot Art“ in 2010. The passion that he What John has brought to his work runs visibly through each piece that he produces. Born in the South of England, John first established himself painting 3D murals in homes, Hotels, restaurants and corporate buildings, later creating paintings of the various canal-ways throughout the Midlands. For much of his early career he specialised, with much success, in depicting the evocative seascapes and views of Norfolk.

 
A great deal of his work explore the sacrifices of war, as well as its glory and its folly.it’s impact, and that the spirit of loyalty and willingness to fight in order to protect one’s values last with a serviceman until their death. John believes fervently that the greatest human values are passed from one generation to another most effectively through family and tradition. These are themes that run palpably throughout his work.  You may remember his controversial award-winning work of the 1980s, featured in Stevenage Gordon Craig Gallery, which drew widespread media attention. John, who grew up surrounded by art, dedicated  artistic life to his late father. H.H. Palliser was a accomplished Norfolk Artist his style  has greatly influenced John’s own.  John has  spent his lifetime developing a unique style, combining the contemporary-simplistic and traditional art aesthetics; a style which has greatly influenced John’s own.

PALLISER COAT OF ARMS

 

PALLISER COAT OF ARMS
 Art has always been a big part of his life.  The passion that he has brought to his work over this time runs visibly through each piece that he produces. Born in the South of England, John Palliser first established himself painting 3D murals in homes, Hotels, restaurants and corporate buildings, later creating paintings of the various canal-ways throughout the midlands. For much of his early career he specialised, with much success, in depicting the evocative seascapes and landmarks of North Norfolk. More recently, his work has taken on an increasingly symbolic aspect, with his deep-felt sense of patriotism and loyalty to his country coming very much to the fore. Along with his ardent love of Britain, John’s work celebrates the values that are central to British life and the British character, such as decency, honesty, courage and a dogged determination to succeed. John uses his artwork as a means of communicating his feelings across a broad range of issues and feels that his paintings provide the perfect medium to do this, using them as his own “voice” with which to speak  John started painting professionally from the 80s ,he took the Queens shilling and for the next nine years found himself serving as a Royal Engineer then a Royal Military Police non-commissioned officer in the British Army around the world continuing his love of art and creating work when ever the opportunity arose  ie he had a cartoon strip” Capt. Dekhlia” in the BFPS Cyprus 1980.) During this time in Germany during the cold war and on active service in the troubles in Northern Ireland.  he had contact with official war artists and it was not long before, capturing his own experiences in paint. Also Over the years he has perfected his style of combining both classical and the modern and his works hang proudly in homes and military messes all over the world. in the late 80′s He worked in the Midlands painting Murals in  restaurants, homes & businesses and later made a living painting seascapes around the North Norfolk Coast. His work has also been featured by the BBC  he was part of a documentary on Trimingham North Norfolk filmed for channel 4. His work has also been recognized by people like the Duke of Buccleuch. His work now hangs around the world  

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PATRIOT ART Events & Exhibitions

HARDWICK PARK

An opportunity to own one or more of the summer exhibition  set of four original oil on canvas paintings showing the beauty of Hardwick Park through the seasons  at a affordable price. The paintings are now housed in Hardwick Hall where they can be purchased or directly by logging your application to purchase directly Hardwick Park is a country park with a difference, a Visit England accredited attraction, and a great place to visit at any time of the year. Stroll through the historic parkland admiring the natural beauty of the lake, woodland and wildlife. The mediaeval manor of "Hardwick"   occupied this site in 1380.The present  Hall ,built in the 1750s, was   surrounded by landscape gardens and a   park. There is a temple on a hill   a castle gateway built as a ruin. The    At the Temple of Minerva we held a free six week exhibition themed on Britain at War, promoting the heritage of country parks, focusing on Hardwick Park. An exhibition of  Quality original oil paintings, photography and poems. Highlighting the opportunities for exhibitions and creative development especially for disabled people. This event with the support of Hardwick Management County Durham Council will we hope develop art opportunities not only for those involved in this event but to included future visitors to the park. Such as schools, disabled & art groups. The paintings are now being housed in Hardwick Hall Sedgefield 

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GREAT NORTH ART & CULTURE SHOW  

 

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The Mayor of Stockton Annual Charity Dinner Dance 2013

John Palliser British Patriot Art was invited to hold an exclusive private exhibition in the VIP room at The Mayor of Stockton Annual Charity Dinner Dance on Friday the 8th March 2013. Held at the Wynyard Rooms, Stockton on Tees. The comments John received about the paintings exhibited were inspiring and informative everyone enjoyed and understood it. A donated limited edition print “Fuelling the fight” raised £150 at the Charity auction. Melanie and John Palliser would like to thank The Mayor Councillor Lynn Apedaile for a fantastic evening as her guest’s, and hope that a substantial amount of money was raised for her chosen charities. Everyone had a wonderful evening even if our heads were a little muzzy in the morning.

Palliser Melanie and John were invited as guest’s of the Mayor of Stockton on Tees Councillor Lynn Apedaile charity dinner dance at the Wynyard Rooms on the 8th March John was honoured to exhibit at such a prestigious event. It was a fantastic night and every one had a great time, and from what we saw a lot of money was raised for charity.

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Castle Eden Masonic Art Exhibition

Castle eden Masonic Exhibition 

WW1 Exhibition in Newton Aycliffe Town Centre

supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund

Phil Wilson, M.P., and Mayor Wendy Hillary visiting Aycliffe Village Local History Society's WW1 Exhibition in Newton Aycliffe Town Centre.

Phil Wilson, M.P., with John Palliser and his WW1 painting.

Poppy tableau from St. Mary's Church, Newton Aycliffe.

Crosses of the 68 men who died and showing where their names are commemorated.

David Lewis showing Phil Wilson men commemorated on Aycliffe War Memorial.

Mayor Wendy Hillary with John Palliser

Mayor Wendy Hillary withDavid Lewis.

Phil Wilson, M.P., viewing book written by Vivien Ellis.

Displays of WW1 memorabilia.

David and Vivien Ellis talking to Phil Wilson, M.P.

Shop in Newton Aycliffe Town Centre given free of charge for the week by the Town Centre management

Shop in Newton Aycliffe Town Centre given free of charge for the week by the Town Centre management

 

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Joanna Lumley – Proud owner of “The Gurkha”Painting by Artist John Palliser

Dear John, What a marvellous painting and how proud I am to own it! a thousand thanks, and many congratulations on such a remarkable achievement.

Actress Joanna Lumley

11-1-2012 


Capital Growth project for a new centre called the North East Centre for Autism Based in Newton Aycliffe. This Centre will serve as a central hub from which they can offer support to children, young people and adults who have autism to get the best out of life”
John & Melanie Palliser Patriot Art presenting a cheque to Liza Taylor at the Site of the New North East Centre for Autism in Newton Aycliffe
The North East Autism Society.

 

EAS.NEASNEAS

Dear John Palliser

On behalf of the Society, thank you for your support in nominating us as one of the beneficiaries for the Great North Arts and Culture Show, it was a fantastic event and it was a great opportunity for us to showcase the work of our students. Our service users came along to the event with their families, this was a big achievement for them as it was the first year our school has done GCSE level art.Thank you again for all your support.”
Kind regards.
Lisa Taylor
Marketing & Promotions Officer NEAS.

 

 

Patriot Art raising money for the NE Autism Society

Just to pass on our thanks again for he weekend, Those people who didn’t come ment loads of people missed something awesome.
We also had three sets of parents enquiring about the school and I passed information about our holiday club and out of school activities to three professionals from Durham who’s service users have no support in the holidays…. This is potentially worth hundreds of thousands to the NEAS, this means that as more people beyond NEAS use our services, we can provide more for our own pupils.
In addition to this (and I think the most important thing that could have come from any event), the lads at Veterans at Ease were speaking to a visitor who turned out to be a serviceman in desperate need of help, he signed on as a new client on Sunday Your event had a massive impact John.”
Thanks again
Ian Burke

Dear John On behalf of the North East Autism Society, thank you for your support in nominating us as one of the beneficiaries for the Great North Arts and Culture Show, it was a fantastic event and it was a great opportunity for us to showcase the work of our students. Our service users came along to the event with their families, this was a big achievement for them as it was the first year our school has done GCSE level art. Kind regards, Lisa Taylor Marketing & Promotions Officer “
North East Autism Society

 

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Veterans at Ease 
“Dear Mr Palliser,
I would like to thank you on behalf of everyone at Veterans at Ease in nominating our charity as a beneficiary at the Great North Arts and Culture exhibition. The venue was outstanding and very appropriate for displaying artwork and craft wares, the light was excellent. As well as raising awareness of our charity and what we do we also had the opportunity to meet with the Mayor of Stockton on Tees and were also able to provided access to our services to a number of new beneficiaries. It was a pleasure meeting the other exhibitors and chat with the members of public who came along to what can only describe as a successful event. We are looking forward to working with you again in the future.”
Best wishes,
Garreth Murrel CEO VAE

The Mayor of Stockton on Tees

Presentation To The Mayor of Stockton on Tees at the The Great North Arts & Culture Show

At The Great North Arts & Culture Show a Presentation was made to the Mayor of Stockton Lynne Apedaile to raise money for” SSAFA, “The Dogs Trust “and “A Way out”By John Palliser of Patriot Art
Brighton council
“Alan Pocock Brighton Rotary Club Thank you for the free uses of you image for charity I have produced our poster and it is on our District website and on our club site the picture will also be on the official programme”.