Martyn Brewster’s abstract paintings are strongly linked to the English landscape tradition. His paintings and drawings explore the coastal light of the south coast of Dorset where he lives and works. The drawings represent a more direct response to nature, and all are done outside, in front of the motif. The prints are the opposite and allow for a complete absorption in colour and abstraction free from any directly associated references. Drawing influences printmaking, which affects painting and each practice constantly enriches and extends the other, inspiring new work.