Noel Betowski

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Noel Betowski (born 1952, Tilbury, Essex, England) is an artist living and working in Cornwall.[1][2] He studied Fine Art at the Central School of Art with David Haughton 1972-76 and art education at the University of London 1976-77.

Since 1981 Betowski has exhibited regularly and widely at many galleries throughout Britain including the Royal Academy and the National Portrait Gallery. He won the John Constable Landscape Prize, awarded at the Camden Annual at Camden Arts Centre in 1982 (3rd) and 1983 (2nd). He has also undertaken several large commissions throughout his career.

His work is in numerous private collections throughout the world.[citation needed]

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  1. ^ Ruhrmund, Frank (10 November 2011). "The best things come in threes from Noel betowski". The Cornishman (Local World). Retrieved 17 August 2014. 
  2. ^ "Enjoy a feast with Betowski at the Royal Museum". The West Briton (Local World). 3 November 2011. Retrieved 17 August 2014. 

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Memberships: Penwith Society of Arts (full member)

Publications: St. Ives 1893-1993: 'Portrait of an Art Colony' - Marion Why brow 1994. 'St. Ives Revisited' by Peter Davies 1993. Noel Betowski 1998. Behind the Canvas - Sarah Brittain & Simon Cook 2001. ‘Noel Betowski Illumination’ The Great Atlantic Galleries 2005. St. Ives 1975-2005: Art Colony in Transition - Peter Davies 2008. Noel Betowski-Triptych - Minchin 2009. Noel Betowski - Out of Nowhere - Royal Cornwall Museum, exhibition catalogue 2011.