Sunday, 14 September 2014
Figure 8 Exhibition
Short notice, I know, but the Preview is Monday 15th September (tomorrow!), from 6.30 to 8.30 . Hope to see you there.
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Labels: exhibitions, Figure 8, private view
Thursday, 11 September 2014
Mud on the Tyne
Pat and I went for a walk up the River Tyne today, on the Gateshead side. It was a lovely sunny day and the tide was just on the turn, the river flowing upstream. There were gulls pecking in the mud and one sat on a tyre and disappeared upstream until it was out of sight.
We walked as far as Dunston Staithes where I took this picture of the mud (the Staithes are in the background). Apparently the nearness of the moon at the moment is producing very low tides and more mud than usual is being uncovered. I think it's rather beautiful. If you like mud, that is.
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Labels: Dunston Staithes, Gateshead, River Tyne
Wednesday, 10 September 2014
Montezuma (Oil on canvas, 15 x 18 in)
I last looked at this boat painting in 2008 and although I've shown it once, I never felt it was finished. Now it is, even if what I did to it wouldn't be noticed by anyone but me. Now it's framed and ready for a show coming up (more on that soon).
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