I produced four small pieces for this show (20 x 20cm) which are enjoyable to do, they pose different questions to the medium sized work (40 x 40cm). They are selling off the wall(s) so some may be already gone, I will be re-supplying soon.
apparently this is the way to go…showing one’s work in-situ…I couldn’t be bothered witha stock photo however, and my living room is non-existent so I decided to draw (a fairly neutral) living room with one of my recent paintings on a grey wall. The painting is “Blaen Pennant-II”, 40 x 40cm in my trademark grey frame.
I’ve taken this piece, from the 2013 ACW funded filling stations project, to Oriel y Bont, Aberystwyth….nice to remember the freedom of having a funded project. The old filling station has been demolished in the meantime and, thankfully, an architecturally interesting building has replaced it serving as a shop and cafe.
Beginnings of my work towards a show at MoMA Machynlleth in February/March 2018. Possibly entitled “Celtic Fringes” I’m looking at coastal structures along Cardigan Bay especially those potentially affected by climate change. This is based upon the hut on Aberystwyth’s south beach, but it’s by no means a direct representation! 😉
BBC are in the building today filming Flog it! …keep the noise down please, I’m trying to paint! #flogit #loveaber #caruaber #scragglylines
One of my favourite pieces from this year has arrived at Hadfield Fine Art in the Cotswolds ready for their 10th Anniversary show (4th – 19th November 2017).
The farm at the end of Bolus Head, Iveragh Peninsula, Co. Kerry, Ireland…it’s wild out there.
Three boats blue-II has now gone off to Bristol to be shown in RWA 165th open exhibition. Open from 1st October running till 3rd December.