Tuesday, 26 March 2013

Cornish Paintings off to Bristol

My paintings for The Cornish Landscape exhibition have been all parcelled up and are setting off on their journey to the Lime Tree Gallery in Bristol.

Beady-Eyed Gull, St Ives (Acrylic, 5 x 7)

It's always good to see a huge pile of paintings finally set off on its journey to the show.  There's not many jobs when you have such a definitive end to a phase of work and a tangible, physical result.

The next part of the process will be next month when I see them hung in the exhibition in the gallery.  Somehow they take on whole new feel when you see them in the show - they're all big and grown up, and they're not the same as when they were just in the studio.  

Of course, they'll be alongside the wonderful new work from Euan McGregor and Peter Wileman, so all the paintings will be working in a whole new way with the others as a group.

Can't wait!

You can view the whole show HERE.

Calm Sea at Dawn, St Ives (Oil on linen, 24 x 26)

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