On the 25th September 2019 the 158th Exhibition of the Society of Women Artists opened by Soraya French with presentation of awards by Princess Micahel of Kent. Inspiring art was on display, created by members and non members. As usual the exhibtion private view was well attended. You can find out who won the awards […]
These are my choice for each month in 2018. Looking back on 2018 these are my choice of the best Art of 2018. Some of them will be familiar, others I’m sharing for the first time. It’s curious how I have some months where there are several to choose from. Yet others I struggle to
Globe light Painting Reflections The first thing you noticed is the patch of yellow orange at the top of the light. The Globe light is one of those outside the Houses of Parliament. Large globes of intricate iron work, delicate yet solid and with a capacity to bring light. But, a light is only useful
Does September make you feel like new beginnings? There’s a feeling of new beginnings. Maybe it’s because I still have children at school or past memories of starting a new school term in September, but things always seem to change around now. This year even more so. A number of exciting developments happened recently. A
Last Sunday I took part in “Brush with Fame” It was the launch of Bucks Open Studios and participating artists were asked to take part. I volunteered as I felt I needed a challenge. Painting a portrait in 4 hours. For a landscape painter who normally takes days, it was not going to be easy.
The Private View – 205 years of the RI Wednesday 5th April was the Private View of the Royal Institute of painters in watercolour An historic society with Royal Patronage which has been held at the Mall Galleries since the 1970’s. This is my first year exhibiting with the RI, and it’s an honour to