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Lime Tree Gallery exhibition

‘Severn 1’. Acrylic on 14×12″ wood panel.

New exhibition  A Sense of Place opens on the 20th May at the Lime Tree Gallery in Bristol, and includes my series of paintings of the Severn and canals in Gloucestershire.

You an view all paintings in the exhibition in this catalogue link – A Sense of Place  and from there you can contact the gallery if you are interested in any of the paintings (I’m delighted to see that my painting Severn 3 has already sold!)

Thanks again to the excellent Lime Tree Gallery for showing the paintings!

Canalscapes and Severn (series in progress) 5

p1140829Today’s painting of the Severn. I’ll probably add some detailed impasto highlights to the grass tomorrow, though I’ll keep the rough feel.

I’m painting the series in twos really, so there will be another painting of rough grasses in the foreground against bands of sand, mud and water, also another painting of the Severn at twilight.