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- Excited to say I had 4 works selected as part of this 'Auction of Contemporary Investment Art (curated by @chinwerussellart)' with @chalkwellauctions - due to take place on Tuesday 9 March, 2021 at 6:30pm. Auction catalogue is live on the websites of @chalkwellauctions and @the_saleroom - my profile is at lot 77 with my works at lots 78-81.Lovely to be part of a celebratory exhibition by @scarthinbooks of Cromford. Looking forward to being able to drop by this unique independent bookshop on the edge of the Peaks in the hopefully not too distant future. I've really missed visits to Scarthin Books over these last 12 months and couldn't resist offering up a painting for their Lockdown Art Competition. Even more delighted to have it selected for an 'honourable mention' alongside so many splendid submitted works.Just finished framing this Cambridge triptych which is off to its new owner shortly - 'Lutyens Bridge from Laundress Green, Cambridge'. It was completed in an afternoon session as part of a Paint Out Cambridge event along the river Cam. I became interested in a sliver of water trapped between the #Lutyens Bridge and the parapet wall of the weir bridge, seen from Laundress Green. This is also one of the punt stations on the river and a popular grassy area to sit as well as a watering hole with the @anchorcambridge pub nearby – its white walls cut into the dark tones of the view from the right. People were quite interested to see what I was doing and in particular I was visited repeatedly by a friendly fellow who closely resembled a character from a Terry Pratchett novel.Looking back and looking forward again - this is from a field trip in the ‘before times’. I am so missing the freedom of a spontaneous day trip to beautiful locations such as the Peak District. It can be physically testing to convey too much around this rugged 'Duke of Edinburgh Award' terrain, and so watercolour sketching is often my medium of choice. The two sketches are of the Stepping Stones at Dovedale and a view above Milldale. Each one measures approx 27x46cm and is available at £280 unframed + p&p.This was the oil painting of Charlestown Harbour that emerged from the first sketch in my last post.
Category Archives: Bath Contemporary
Amongst my paintings at the Bath Contemporary exhibition is this view, just below Pulteney Bridge. The riverside path at this point presents a very inviting set of compositional elements, from the seventeenth-century colonnades in the background and Pulteney Bridge itself, … Continue reading