The painting ‘End of the Day Trees’ in the New English exhibition at the Mall Galleries until June 26th came into being from initial sketches made earlier this year in Suffolk.
The painting ‘Uragaig’ came into being after a painting trip to the Hebridean island of Colonsay.
Very cheering news on a dismal rainy windy day here in Whitstable! I’m delighted to have been been invited to lead a painting and drawing course at The Watermill in Posara, Tuscany, in September 2016.
Back from the Hebrides before storm Abigail arrived and commissioned seascapes are nearly done. Very grateful to continued patience of those waiting and watching the paint dry so slowly on their works. These were begun in June, and progress has been… er… not quick.
It was a great week for those of us represented on the Russell Gallery’s stand at Battersea’s Art Fair last month, and there was a fantastic crowd as usual: a mixture of established connoisseurs and novice collectors amongst the thousands visiting throughout the week. Back to a much emptier studio now to resume work on commissions pending…
I should be finishing painting today, but instead I am dipping a toe in wordpress world.