Winner of the Turner Watercolour Prize in 2013,
Naomi Tydeman is a self-taught watercolour artist
winning awards at a national level.
Tucked down a pretty lane above Tenby Harbour, Naomi opened her own studio gallery in 1998.
The gallery is open from 11 - 5 Wednesday to Sunday (closed Monday and Tuesday) and hosts an ever changing collection of watercolours using traditional and innovative techniques.
The natural beauty of Pembrokeshire provides much of the inspiration for her work, while travels around the world have formed the subject of many solo exhibitions in London, Italy and France.
Royal Institute of Painters in Watercolours
Royal Watercolour Society
Royal Society of Marine Artists
Sunday Times Watercolour Competition
The Artsbox, Vicenza, Italy
Museum of Paper, Pabriano, Italy
Conservatoire, Reims, France
Lloyd's Register Atrium, London
Elected in 2004 Naomi is a member of the prestigious Royal Institute of Painters in Watercolours, and served on the RI Council for seven years. The RI was set up over two hundred years ago to celebrate the tradition, discipline and skill of watercolour painting and represents the best of the genre in Britain today.