In amazingly, gorgeous, blazing sunshine, I've just delivered my paintings to the Strathearn Gallery in Crieff, ready for the opening of the 'Crackling with Colour' exhibition which kicks off on Saturday.
The gallery is stripped bare ready for the hang, which is always exciting. Emma Davis's work is already there, and Anne Morrison will be delivering her wonderful pots and sculptures on Thursday. Between now and the opening on Saturday, it's a case of seeing which work complements which, and making an exhibition which reads within the space.
Anne and I have been working together closely on the show, exchanging ideas between my paintings and her ceramic work.
Blue Sail on Derwent Water, Autumn (Oil on linen, 16 x 16)
Anne Morrison, Echoes of the Cleared (Ceramic Sculpture)
Dark Hill with Orange Grasses, Argyll (Oil on linen, 24 x 26)
Anne Morrison, Red Smoked Pot with Forked Wood (Ceramic and wood)
Heather and White Sand, Camusdarach (Oil on linen, 16 x 16)
Anne Morrison, Pink Pot with Wiggly Wood (Ceramic and wood)
Moon over the Sea (Oil on linen, 24 x 26)
Anne Morriosn, Harvest Moon (Ceramic)
Sunset over the Sea (Oil on linen, 12 x 12)
Anne Morrison, Copper Leaf Urn with Driftwood (Ceramic and wood)
Sweep of the Bay (Oil on linen, 32 x 48)
Anne Morrison, Enfolding (ceramic and wood)
See you on Saturday!