Central to Digby’s art is the expression and arousal of emotion.
He works on portraits, still lifes and landscapes. He also has a series titled I Don’t Know What Came Over Me, a whimsical and poignant take on the theme of what it is to be human.
He works with acrylic paint, mostly on canvas board, and pen and ink on paper. He also produces mixed media prints.
Digby is self-taught. He became a professional artist in 2021. His art has been showcased by online journals and published extensively in collaboration with writers of fiction and poetry.
Before becoming an artist, he worked as a writer for many years.
He is based in Hove on the south coast of England.
These artworks are available to buy as high quality, fine art prints, all 11 ¾ x 16 ½ in (29.7 x 42 cm). Each print is a signed limited edition of 30 copies. If you are interested in buying a print, please get in touch: email@example.com
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Artworks © Digby Beaumont
As a writer of fiction and non-fiction works, Digby has been widely published.
His flash fiction and short stories have appeared in more than 100 journals, magazines and anthologies, including the international anthology, The Best Small Fictions.
His collection of one-page stories, Dancing Alone and Other Lessons, was released in 2020.
Previously, as a textbook author, he had numerous publications, including international best sellers.
Praise for Digby’s collection, Dancing Alone and Other Lessons
“This collection showcases Digby Beaumont’s incredible talent for bringing a world, a story, and its people to life. Highly recommended.” — Kathy Fish, author of Wild Life: Collected Works from 2003-2018
“Insightful and urgent encounters of love and understanding. These are small moments of the human experience that open new spaces with each reading.” — Michelle Elvy, editor and manuscript assessor, author of the everrumble
“A masterpiece of what can become out of the short story.” — Susan Tepper, author of What Drives Men and The Merrill Diaries
If you would like a PDF copy of Dancing Alone and Other Lessons, please get in touch: firstname.lastname@example.org
There’s no charge for a copy. Instead, consider making a donation to a charity of your choice.