Oil on canvas, painted ‘en plein air’ on Whitstable beach just before a, storm. I enjoyed the very different way I had to paint, not much underpainting and completed rapidly before the storm. The local colours also took me into a palette that I don’t usually use and which I liked a lot.
Watercolour, painted on Saunders Waterford so it’s mounted to show the deckle edges. Simple black frame as customer wanted.
Although this is a bit sad, Nucleus Arts are trying to find another week for me. In the meantime I will post up a ‘virtual exhibition’ of work that’s available to buy online and you can find the sizes and prices in the ‘my work’ >’catalogue’ links on this site. I am putting up a little video here of Christmas cards and blank greetings cards available to buy from me online. Contact me if you want further details.
Finishing work so there’s enough time for it to dry before the exhibition @halpernpopgallery Rochester on November 4th. I’ve been adding details to the larger canvas and developing the mini.
Three of my pieces displayed together as a group, thank you Luna Zsigo for organising this and the amazing hard work of the team putting it all up
One of these or possibly both are about to go into the Lockdown Art exhibition in the Rochester Art Gallery (downstairs at the Huguenot Museum and in the Tourist Information Area). Exhibition runs from August 15th to September 26th. This exhibition has been organised by the energetic, tireless artist Luna Zsigo who runs the wonderful workshops #exploreanddraw.
These three are at the Summer Exhibition @halperngallery Chatham until the end of August
This is finished now.
I added a bit of hope and light around midnight a few days ago. It’s Acrylic on canvas, 70×70 cms.