Friday, 5 February 2010

Seaside Cafe Nos 1 & 2


Seaside Cafe No.1 (Fortunes of War) - (Oil on canvas, 9 x 12 ins.)
Private Collection


Seaside Cafe No.2 (Due South) - (Oil on canvas, 9 x 12 ins.) £190

The cold weather, coupled with the failure of the Art Club's boiler meant that when I got there yesterday, the oldsters had decided that they couldn't take any more frozen bones and gone home.


Bolbec Hall Studio

In splendid isolation, I set to and finished off the two paintings of Brighton cafes

9 comments:

Annie said...

I've sat many a time in that first window. It's a great writing spot whatever the weather. I love it up there when they've got all the windows open, but also on dark and stormy Winter afternoons.

Trevor Lingard said...

Hi Harry
Hope you are well. My apologise for not visiting your blog in some while, but I`ve been out of action. Its good to see your work as always.
All the best

harry bell said...

Annie - I wish I'd had time to go in, but we only had a day and so much to do.

Trevor - Welcome back! Sorry to hear you've been out of action. Hope all is well now.

Casey Klahn said...

I anticipate this series, which has a fine start. Your arches are recognizable, and I think a great visual device.

The little space heaters tell the story in the photo. And, since I am a man of the north, I see the reason for the sky light, too! Fun to get a peek at the club.

harry bell said...

Thanks, Casey. It may be a short series, or perhaps an occasional series - I have only one more arch to deal with at present. I'll be on the lookout for more in the future.

April Jarocka said...

I agree..nice work and nice to see the club.

April

harry bell said...

Thank you, April.

Kevin said...

They came out great!
Kev

harry bell said...

Thanks, Kev. It was a good day out.