28 August 2019, 12-2pm Wall To Wall Art Gallery, 112 Bridge Street, Nelson Painting the Still Life in Watercolour
Thank you to the artist who made this event very special! Many thanks to the Nelson Centre for Musical Arts for allowing us to paint on stage during the lunchtime concerts and to Wall To Wall Art Gallery for setting up this beautiful exhibition.
One of my paintings is in this fundraiser, however it's only after the event that the artists can reveal which are their paintings. Maybe if you visit the exhibition/auction you will have an idea which one is mine.
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15-16 February 2019 Baptist Church, Richmond
13 February – 13 March 2019 [email protected] Gallery, Nelson It’s all About Colour or the Chicken or the Pear "Recently I started reviewing why I like some paintings and not others. The same question I asked myself about my painting subject. Why and how do I choose what to paint? I always thought it was contrast, light and dark, but it turned out to be incorrect. What I truly like is colour and shape. Every artist is evolving during their…
22 March 2019 Nelson Women’s Center, Nelson Introductions to Watercolours
29 May 2019 Motueka Art Group, Motueka Working with the Palette Knife
14 – 16 June 2019, Stoke Memorial Hall, Stoke Painting demonstration and exhibition at the annual winter exhibition of the Art Group Nelson at the Stoke Memorial Hall.
Why “The 100-Foot Journey”? I have been a watercolour artist for many years, with intensive training in watercolours and drawing, and working mainly in the studio. About one year ago I decided to add oil as a medium, since it is perfect for painting plein air painting (meaning outside vs. the studio). Ross Whitlock inspired me to do a painting a day, well “inspired” is not the right word: “This is your homework and I want to see 60 paintings…