This is my final post on the exhibition, this one highlights some little wonderful paintings at the exhibition too. Hope I'm not boring you with this, but I also love to share what I am passionate about- and sometimes it's not only my art but those of other painters!
1. TREVOR CHAMBERLAIN ROI RSMA
Shallow Trees(SOLD)- This is a simple statement, sometimes the simpler the better!
Coppersmith, Kerman, Iran-SOLD- I couldn't believe Trevor did this on the spot, but that's a Master of plein air painting!
Trevor takes delight in placing the red dot on his just SOLD piece!
2. SUE WILLIAMS
"Happy as......" -The title made me laugh, well, I love pigs, and a smiling one added more fun!
3. LUIS MORRIS ROI
Delta-Just watch out for the lost and found edges in this rendition!
Luis with his works
4. LINDA MEANEY
Chinese Pears (SOLD)- She has won the Stanley Grimm Prize, her still life pieces are classical!
Linda with her work
5. KEITH MORTON
Silver Chain- I like it when portraiture evokes something in the viewer, this piece just does that, a well handled piece, structure wise!
6. JOHN STILLMAN
This piece won the Frank Herring Easel Award-I love the warmth of the sun on the roof on a cold snowy day.
7. JOHN SHAVE
The picture doesn't do this one justice- it's almost done effortlessly, but that's the beauty of plein air work on this scale.
8. HARRY BRIOCHE
Evening Fanfare- This is an 'explosion' well caught in the atmosphere, very Turner like!