Pauline Alldis is a Sunderland-based artist, specialising in figurative oil paintings.
After studying Art at Sunderland University, Pauline initially followed a career in graphic design. In her mid-twenties, she made the brave decision to become a full-time artist. Initially producing many wonderful wildlife watercolour portraits, Pauline shifted her focus towards the figurative oil painting. She has since produced many outstanding works of art, which have sold worldwide.
In her mid-thirties, Pauline was diagnosed with MS (multiple sclerosis). It is only recently that this has stopped Pauline from painting. She is now using her time exercising and trying to strengthen her painting hand, whilst also trying to promote and sell the many quality prints taken from her original catalogue of paintings. She is justifiably proud of her past works, and enjoys being able to share them in the form of quality giclee paper prints. Pauline hopes to be able to paint again soon.