Pop up Exhibition

pop up exhibition

Over the last couple of weeks I have had a couple of exhibitions which I have been rather worried about.  It feels like a big step to go out there to sell your work when you are so unsure of it in the first place.  It’s hard as an artist I think to really believe in your work.  It’s hard to see the good things.  Instead we see all the mistakes and where we could improve.

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I have been totally shocked and astounded by the way my work has been received over the last couple of weeks.  I have had so much positive feed back and people have been so kind.  It’s been quite a learning curve. Somehow its still so hard to believe that people like your work and want to buy it.  It’s an amazing boost and helps me to realise that despite all the mistakes I see, someone else likes and enjoys them.  Some of these paintings have been around my house for quite a while – I’m so excited and pleased that they have been sold, but I will also miss them.

Thank you very much for your support.

 

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Exhibition Time!

Ploughed Field

Morning Light on a Felsted walk – 5″x 7″ oil on board
Framed (dark wood tray frame) –  £100

I’ve been really busy this week finishing off work for an exhibition I have in Essex UK on the 24th November for a week.  Its an exhibition of Essex landscapes of which I’ve painted 10.  It’s been great working on these, I’ve really enjoyed it with the challenging light, colours and skies.  All 10 paintings are tiny – the biggest being around A5 size. It’s been a learning curve as I’ve never painted landscapes before.  I’ve taken it slowly and tried to concentrate on the good old formula of starting dark and then continuing  into the lights.  I also found out a good tip about giving the sky a wash of pink first which gives it more depth.  It definitely works.

If you are around and you can make it to Essex, I would be delighted if you came to my exhibition.  The details are below.

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