Artists everywhere need support to carry on their practice. This could be through a purchase of their work, a print or simply an art card. Making a purchase can help and artist fee the confidence to develop their practice work further. Over these last few days at Arundel Gallery Trail, I may not have madeContinue reading “Supporting an artist by a small purchase”
Added some more work to my display for the last three days.
20-29 August 34 venues and 90+ artists around Arundel, Walberton & Ford. I’m in venue 1 (Victoria Institute) with some other great artists.
Well, the studio is sweltering at the moment, so on a mission to get some air flow! Spent some time getting some paintings sorted and a bit of studio organising this afternoon.
Day 3 of the art trail, and, although we are very quiet (thanks to the scorching weather and Wimbledon tennis finals), we have had some lovely conversations with very interested art lovers and some sales. I’ve taken the opportunity to do some painting in my space. This is great way of engaging with interested peopleContinue reading “Bognorcoastalarttrail”
2/3 & 9/10 July A sunny day heralds the start of this wonderful art trail. 25 artists in various artists around town. I’m in venue 17 with http://www.whitecroftpottery.com
This week heralds the lead up to two months of art trails. Three of my new paintings are featured in a preview exhibition, promoting the brand new Bognor Coastal Art Trail. The first two weekends in July, I will be exhibiting with Tim Bartell in his lovely home. Throughout July, I will be taking partContinue reading “Art Trail Season”
Apologies for lack of updates, it’s been a busy few months preparing for a number of exhibitions and art trails, with family and other commitments in between. Bognor Coastal Art Trail runs in various venues across the Bognor Regis area, over the first two weekends in July. This preview exhibition held at POP! (Opposite theContinue reading “Prepping for trails & exhibition”
A new year brings fresh challenges but the same issues of finding the right balance between working to pay the bills and creating art work. However this year, I feel I may be able to find more time to create the art work needed for exhibition and sales. I hope the new owners of theContinue reading “2022 – new year, same challenges”
It’s been an extremely challenging year for us all so, like many others, I am taking a break until 2022; having said that I will probably pop into the studio midweek to escape and finish some work off! I have some plans forming for the New Year, although family health issues will take president overContinue reading “Happy Christmas”