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two more paintings, unwrapped

two very small abstract paintings on canvas, created especially for the harleston gallery’s christmas art exhibition (see more small paintings created for this art show in the previous post)…

this is a very small painting measuring about 12cm square, in oxide orange-red, black, brown, grey and white textural striations. the subtly layered, mostly neutral hues (aside [...]

unwrapped, art for christmas

a short while back i was invited to contribute some small art for a christmas exhibition.

so, i made these, especially… diminutive free-standing square abstracts on canvas, which will be in the 2011 christmas art exhibition at the harleston gallery.
last year’s bumper christmas show was a great success, despite the hard times, perhaps because it was [...]

the bumper christmas art show

400+ affordable artworks by 40 artists… here are some pictures from the current exhibition at the harleston gallery…

the warm colours and energetic brushwork in this small painting in the downstairs café gallery immediately caught my eye: ‘willow tree’ by the notable painter gill levin, oil on board. gill levin trained at the chelsea school of [...]