Salcombe Art Club Summer Exhibition ends Saturday
Doesn’t time fly?
It seems like only yesterday when the Salcombe Art Club Summer Exhibition opened. Now, we have only a few days to go before the gallery is transformed back into a classroom for the winter months.
Last chance! My paintings on display in the Salcombe Art Club Summer exhibition
On display in the Loft Studio, there are five of my paintings.
On the left, from top to bottom:
- 136 Sunset at Start Point II
- 137 Longstone
- 140 Noss Mayo Sunset
On the right, from top to bottom:
- 139 Watching the Merlins Race
- 143 Yawls at Salcombe Harbour Hotel (featured above)
I’ll be stewarding on Wednesday 26 September. Pop in and say hello?
The plan for the winter months
I’ve signed up for my usual two courses:
- Michael Hill’s Tuesday class, for watercolour and acrylic paintings – more details here
- Ian Carr’s Friday class, for oil painting – more details here
I’ve also put myself down for some portraiture workshops and still life, too. It’ll be a busy winter!
SHAF Arts Trail: 13-28 October
As soon as the Salcombe Art Club Summer Exhibition has been taken down, I’ll be focusing on getting ready for the SHAF (South Hams Art Forum) Arts Trail. My home, gallery and studio will be open to the public for two weeks 13-28 October.
I am delighted that, this year, Michael Hill will be exhibiting with me at Beacon House Gallery.
I hope to see many of you during the Arts Trail. We have wheelchair access and plenty of parking. And there will be cake!