James Hart Dyke’s work is centered on ‘narrative’ landscape painting which he started at the age of eight after seeing a study by John Constable. His landscapes vary from the domesticity of country house paintings to the drama of remote Himalayan mountain scenes.
During the last seven years his work has become eclectic. A series of projects, including working as ‘artist in residence’ for The British Secret Intelligence Service MI6, working in war zones embedded with British Forces, traveling with HRH The Prince of Wales, working with the producers of the James Bond films and just recently working for Aston Martin has allowed James to experiment with other forms of painting. He has introduced a more graphic side to his work, partly influenced by his time as an architectural student at the Royal College of Art.
Courtesy of the artist’s website.