Clevedon artist to feature on Sky Arts TV show

PUBLISHED: 11:00 22 October 2019 | UPDATED: 11:00 22 October 2019

Chi-Yien Snow will feature on the Sky Arts Landscape Artist Of The Year show. Picture: Polodango

Chi-Yien Snow will feature on the Sky Arts Landscape Artist Of The Year show. Picture: Polodango

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A Clevedon artist will feature on a television show tonight (Tuesday).

Chi-Yien Snow will feature on the Sky Arts Landscape Artist Of The Year show. Picture: PolodangoChi-Yien Snow will feature on the Sky Arts Landscape Artist Of The Year show. Picture: Polodango

Chi-Yien Snow will appear on Sky Arts' Landscape Artist Of The Year episode filmed at Herstmonceux Observatory.

She moved from London to Clevedon with her husband Sasha and two children in 2017 and decided to take the plunge and follow her dreams of painting full-time.

Since filming for the show, Chi-Yien has rented studio space in an art gallery-cum-furniture re-styling shop Polodango, in Old Church Road.

She said: "I'm really excited to have been selected to be a part of the show, it has really given me so much motivation and I've met so many wonderful and creative people because of it.

Chi-Yien Snow will feature on the Sky Arts Landscape Artist Of The Year show. Picture: PolodangoChi-Yien Snow will feature on the Sky Arts Landscape Artist Of The Year show. Picture: Polodango

"It has been a fantastic first month working in the studio, getting encouragement and inspiration from the community, also joining Clevedon Art Club has allowed me to meet some amazingly talented artists."

Landscape Artist Of The Year will be shown on Sky Arts at 8pm.


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