Sunday, 31 July 2011

Prospect Cottage, Dungeness

The third painting of 'Prospect Cottage', Derek Jarman's home in Dungeness, sold this month.

Saturday, 30 July 2011

Front Page News

Our press release made it onto the front page of this weeks Sussex Express 'Sculpture In The Garden' is open daily until August 7th, free admission at Lime Cross Nursery, Herstmonceux.

Friday, 29 July 2011

if: obsession




This weeks Illustration Friday topic, obsession. I have been working on coastal paintings and prints for two years, this week my next obsession is unveiled  - sleeping long dogs.

Thursday, 28 July 2011

Art Materials



I am starting a new series of Long Dog pictures.
But looking through my old sketchbooks, I can't decide which materials to use:
Black and white acrylic applied with my finger
Ink applied with a stick
Pencil
Monoprint
Collage
Pen and wash

Wednesday, 27 July 2011

Lurcher Paintings


I have dusted down my watercolour box.

Tuesday, 26 July 2011

Sketching dogs

Back in the studio  at long last, today sketching dogs.
Arts Hut 'Garden Party' group exhibition is on until August 20th.
Then a break until my solo show of Dungeness paintings planned with Hailsham Arts Festival for September.

Monday, 25 July 2011

Avocet Gallery, Rye Harbour




We dropped off some cards at Avocet Gallery and submitted a form for showing 'Red Hut' at the Rye Society of Artists, Summer Exhibition.

Sunday, 24 July 2011

Lamb Inn, Wartling



All creatures great and small, plus my paintings of Herstmonceux and the Seven Sisters are now hanging in the Lamb Inn Wartling
Apologies to the diners eating their pudding...

Saturday, 23 July 2011

Small Paintings Sale

Putting our cottage on the market has involved a good deal of sorting and tidying. For the next few weeks I will be offering smaller works online at hugely reduced prices. Starting with my still life paintings on panels. Can be hung straight on your wall or framed. Prices start at £35 here

Thursday, 21 July 2011

Seeing Red




Looking at my last post, the floor badly needed a top up. Make that two coats. The hounds are peeping over their cushions, pretending to be asleep, so I don't move their beds.

Tuesday, 19 July 2011

On The Market

Any day now, our property details will appear in my in box and we will be on the market...
The cottage is spotless, can't find a thing.

Monday, 18 July 2011

Hastings Old Town




Today was our day off.
We dropped off the dogs at 9am with our neighbour, and set off to Hailsham to collect my prints that had been exhibited at the dentist, went to the tip to recycle old TV, then onto a paint shop. Then off to St Leonards for TKMaxx. Onto Hastings to MADE to drop off greeting cards, strolled around the East Hill to see how the new Jerwood gallery is shaping up, took some snaps of the boats on the beach, then chased a few seagulls. Next Bexhill, paint shop number two, supermarket shop, followed by lunch at a burger bar... Back home by 3pm. Good fun.

Sunday, 17 July 2011

Prospect Cottage, Dungeness


People say the most extraordinarily helpful things; "What I like about your paintings is the 'suggestion' of subject..." These two paintings are a 'suggestion' of Prospect Cottage. Both just sold, the shaggy garden from Arts Hut and gold from Avocet Gallery, Rye Harbour.

Saturday, 16 July 2011

Plaristo Gallery, Rye




Whilst in Rye this week we called in at the new Plaristo Gallery, The Mint, Rye where they promote weaving for everyone. We sat amidst the looms and giant wool balls, enjoying our cookies.

Friday, 15 July 2011

Coast Greeting Cards

Available from my online shop my latest set of Coast Greeting Cards, printed on 350gsm recycled matt board by DCS Print

Thursday, 14 July 2011

Digital TV

Some say he climbs mountains
Some say he connects with outer space
All we know is, he's called The Fixer

Sunday, 10 July 2011

Blooming Sculpture







Established in 1946, Lime Cross Nursery, Herstmonceux has an enviable reputation for growing premier conifers, trees, shrubs, climbers, grasses as well as supplying an extensive range of plants and sundries for the discerning gardener. To celebrate the recent dramatic transformation of the site to include a shop and cafe, seven local artists have been invited to show their work. Curated by Karen Holbrook the exhibition is open daily until August 7th 2011.

(Mr PWP works with Lime Cross Nursery to develop their brand and I am busy promoting...)
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