Barenbrug brochure cover artists

As a British company, supporting and working with British farmers we want to keep that theme in all our work, that is why we work with local artists to produce the beautiful designs on our catalogues.


Find out more about the artists on our covers.

2023 Brochure Cover Artist - Guy Warner

"I am in love with the ancient landscapes of the British Isles and in particular my local countryside in the Cotswold Hills.


I love to capture the countryside through changing light, weather and seasons and the vibrant colour palette I use is my way of conveying the joy I feel being out in nature. I take great inspiration from the art and design of the early twentieth century and I enjoy incorporating something of that style into my work.


In February 2022 I took the exciting step of moving to a new studio, with an adjoining shop, near my home in Winchcombe, Gloucestershire. The shop part evolved to become a showcase for over twenty local artists and artisans and has become very popular locally. Visit: & Swift Studio, Bull Lane, Winchcombe GL54 5HY" 

Discover more of Guy's work and his passion for the British countryside here: Guy Warner Artist 

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"Afternoon Heat on the Meadow"

2022 Brochure Cover Artist - Angela Davidson

Unlike the cover artwork, Angela Davidson is better known for her animal and livestock compositions set on all black backgrounds.  Early in her career, despite being turned down by some of the UK's largest fine art publishers, she was convinced a print range of her work would sell, so she decided to publish her own work.  The rest, as they say, is history.  Some of Angela's more successful limited edition prints now change hands for several thousand pounds.



2021 Brochure Cover Artist - Kate Simpson

The breath-taking backdrop of Northumberland’s unspoilt countryside inspired Kate to paint the animals which inhabit England’s border county. Kate has turned her talent to capturing the character of the animals that live and work on the farm. Her original take on livestock and domestics animals has made Kate’s work very collectable.


"Here Come The Girls"