Our 2017 Bristol Impressions Calendar has hit the shelves and is already in demand! Check it out at www.artistcalendars.co.uk
I am ‘December Girl’ and my Cityscape in Snow is inspired by Bristol but with some artistic Licence! I spent several weeks limited in mobility after a foot operation in February and this painting was my therapy!
My next exhibition is the North Bristol Art Trail on 25th(eve), 26th, 27th November 2016. I will be sharing my Venue with friends Sarah Cowper and Laura Cramer.
WE ARE OPENING FOR 2 WEEKENDS
We are showing our original paintings on the Trail Weekend (our prints will be in browsers) and opening the following weekend for a show of our prints and other products - www.northbristolartists.org.uk - do come and see us.
Nearer to the time we will be showing some of our paintings on this web site.
As always my family holiday at the Hayle Towans has inspired me and I hope you will like some of the work. This painting is typical of the surprises this wonderful place offers.
The 2017 Bristol Impressions Calendar will be on sale at Trail prices for the weekend.
Come and enjoy looking.
If you wish to purchase we can take cards, cheques or cash.
If you are away at the Trail weekend, I will be making other time available by appointment so please contact me on firstname.lastname@example.org
I supply Greeting Cards to Bristol shops and any galleries selling my prints - get in contact if you are an interested trade outlet.
Green Pebble Card publishers are producing and distributing a range of my paintings both nationally and internationally - apparently my very English images are popular in Australia! Do check out the cards, now numbering 20+ at www.greenpebble.co.uk
Do look up for more information about the art on Temple Meads Platforms at www.bristol247.com
I am one of the many artists whose artwork is being hung at the new Southmead Hospital and at Cossham Hospital in Bristol. It is lovely to have feedback from people that they enjoyed the work and hope that it helps when people may be worried or suffering.