Wayne Sleeth is a visual artist active on both sides of the English Channel. Regularly contributing to group shows in the UK, he works and exhibits permanently in France, reappraising traditional genres of landscape, seascape and cityscape through high and low-art techniques.
His recent series of paintings are inspired by Monet’s Nymphéas as well as views of Westminster echoing those of Monet and Turner.
Sleeth is currently showing his works in Metz and Basel.
To watch a TV report from France 3 on the work of Wayne Sleeth in his studio in Lorraine, France, click the image.