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”
Our family had an awful start to the new year with a bereavement to someone extremely close to me. This has inevitably had a major impact on my ability to find physical and mental space to create artwork. Some artists can channel grief and trauma through to their artwork, I personally have not been ableContinue reading “Not a great start”
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”
Among paintings for sale at Clifton Road Gallery, I have mounted original drawings and Giclee prints available. The drawings have been taken directly from field sketch books and show my art process; mark making, composition, perspective, line, space and interplay between objects. Plan to make more drawings available for purchase in the near future. IContinue reading “Drawings & Giclee prints”
A chance to step back and take stock. Look at creating some new work for 2022. Uploading images of work for online sales. Make sure stock is updated and ready for potential Christmas sales at Clifton Road Gallery in Crafters Corner.
More photos of the Clifton Road Gallery art exhibition at Arundel Museum.
Clifton Road Gallery exhibition at Arundel Museum is now on until Monday 18th October. Spent the afternoon setting up my work and helping others. Exhibition looks really lively and vibrant. More photos of exhibition to come. For updates log on to Facebook and Instagram.
Been busy sorting out work for the upcoming exhibition, and planning to get some prints done of my paintings and drawings. it’s all go…
I have a new group exhibition to get ready for in October. Currently finishing off some large paintings, one of which will be displayed here, along with prints of drawings and paintings.
Finding new venues to exhibit and sell is often a challenge. I’m now additionally selling my small paintings at The Craft Cabin, Chalcraft Lane, Bognor Regis PO21 5TS. A lovely, unique creative venue, full of crafters and artists selling their work to the general public.
Always important to refresh your current exhibitions if you get a chance. Prevents your display feeling stagnant to potential buyers who have come along more than once. Sometimes a balancing act because you don’t want to take a painting off the wall that has attracted someone to come and visit again; but if your showContinue reading “Refreshing exhibitions”
My artwork is in a window display for a couple of weeks, at Jan Bennett’s Norfolk Road art studio. Love this little studio and the fact that the window is available to all in the community who pass by.
Lots of fresh paintings on display at Clifton Road Gallery (Crafters Corner, Clifton Road, Littlehampton).
I’m currently exhibiting at Arundel Museum along with 11 other artists. The exhibition was organised by Clifton Road Gallery.
The last thing I want is for this post to be really negative but I think it’s important to be truthful and honest with oneself, in order to move forward and plan positively for the future. Selling one’s artwork is difficult at the best of times but in the present climate, unless you already haveContinue reading “Gallery & selling”