Friday, January 28, 2011

Bath Revisited-Competition Winner, The Review and Some paintings

Last year I set up a competition on one of my posts after meeting the inspirational Peter Brown. The question to be answered was to decode the inspirational message Peter Brown wrote on his Exhibition catalogue for me. Laurie won! She decoded the message and her prize was that she would win a 6" x 8" painting of any location of her choice. She chose the Back of Pulteney Bridge at Bath and I completed the painting and she is the a proud owner it. You can click HERE for the details of the competition. Also Peter Brown is gearing up for a wonderful Solo Exhibition at the Victoria Art Gallery in April to June-It's going to one you mustn't miss, so if you are in the UK during that period, don't miss it!

Laurie, who also happens to work at the Bath Gallery where I had my Bath Marathon Solo Exhibition has done a review from the gallery's point of view. You can click HERE to read it.

Here Below are some memories of the marathon with the paintings too.

122- THE PAINTING AND THE PAINTER. Gay Street Facing up to the Circus (SOLD)

32. THE PAINTING AND THE PAINTER. Laura Place, facing Victoria Art Gallery(SOLD)

31. THE PAINTING AND THE PAINTER. Laura Place, Facing Holbourne Museum

10. THE PAINTING AND THE PAINTER. Tree Shadows, Kingsmead Square (SOLD)

101. THE PAINTING AND THE PAINTER. Afternoon Light, Broad Street from Landsdown Road (SOLD)

190. THE PAINTER AND THE PAINTING. Cleveland Bridge at Night(SOLD)

To enquire about any of the Paintings from the Bath Marathon, please contact THE BATH GALLERY

"Focus on giants-you tumble.
Focus on God-your giants tumble"

-Max Lucado author of Facing Your Giants

11 comments: said...

Great to see your new paintings and sketches, and thanks for creating such an interesting blog, You've inspired me to create one of my own! Paul Alcock

adebanji said...

Thanks Paul!

Ola Balogun said...

Great stuff Banji. Your blog has been a thrill to browse. Thanks for the inspiring quotes, creative artwork. I particularly enjoy the paintings. Your dedication and passion is an inspiration to me and I'm sure to many others. Keep up the good work, and may the good Lord bless your efforts bountifully in 2011.

adebanji said...

Thanks Ola! I am always greatly encouraged to receive your comments and I am sure The Good Lord would do just that, keep praying for me!

adebanji said...

Thanks Ola! I am always greatly encouraged to receive your comments and I am sure The Good Lord would do just that, keep praying for me!

V. Deshmukh said...

Wow! All the paintings are beautiful. I am sure Laurie is very very pleased to win your painting. Besides, I have also taken to sketching everyday now. Thanks for all the inspiration.
Best wishes,

adebanji said...

Thanks Vinayak! That's the best spirit to cultivate!

Anonymous said...

I have only been to Bath once, that was almost 8 years ago, and yet in these lovely small paintings I recognize this wonderful city immediately. Great work! Thanks for displaying these photos. Best wishes from Bee

Olha Pryymak said...

Great continuous work here, well done! Want to comment on the box - isn't it wonderful?! I see you are using it on a tripod, that's stable enough?

adebanji said...

Thanks Olha, it is stable, but if you are going to use one -it must be a professional and sturdy one.

Unknown said...

really great works