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100 square feet [art project and exhibition]

100 square feet: my story… there were two versions. summarised over nine photographs:
[in the beginning]

the start of one hundred and one monoprints on white paper, utilising the raised grain of the wood panel. long days in heat of the summer. pastel shades.

staying in the shade, pale and interesting, printing and painting in a north-facing room.

the [...]

shades of grey, in an exhibition

today, about five minutes before the deadline, i handed in two paintings for the annual Halesworth Gallery Open exhibition. below are some photographs of one of the paintings – it is #118 in the catalogue, so there are at least 118 artworks in this art exhibition…
shades of grey is one of a series of small [...]

six abstract painters : a private view

walking past st mary’s churchyard from the marketplace towards the new exhibition ‘six abstract painters‘ at the halesworth gallery, this is what you will first see – a most charming grade II listed building, built in 1686 (or perhaps earlier). as with a lot of very old buildings they are altered and rebuilt over the centuries [...]