One down, two to go….
Light Grounding was voted Best in Show in the HACG Autumn Exhibition in Henley-on-Thames last week, chosen by the steady stream of visitors that came in for a look over the long weekend – not a bad start. Apparently Brad Pitt was seen wandering about the town as he’s filming nearby but he didn’t pop in when I was there…
Its the Reading Art Exhibition this weekend 25 – 27th October at St Josephs College – opening on Friday evening and then two days (and a huge space) of volume art to look at, related workshops and art cafe and all in aid of charity so somewhere warm and dry to make a beeline for if you’re in the region. I have a feature wall with a mixture of work at very keen prices, as I try to reclaim some storage space, so why not go and enjoy some early Christmas shopping.
Last but not least, The Yellow Window has been preselected by The Royal Institute of Oil Painters for their exhibition at The Mall Galleries – more on that as soon as I can be sure its hanging – fingers crossed please!
Loads of new work is coming up – steadily being added to the website, and another exhibition already planned for February so watch this space.