Left: 'When I leave'.
Painted with two gouache colours; Ivory black
and Prussian blue.
Image size 59 x 39cm with white card window
mount with a black rule in a black beech f
Finished size 80 x 60cm.

Below: Garden Gallery,
The Oxfordshire Museum, Woodstock
web link: theoxfordshiremuseum

web link: oxfordartsociety.co.uk

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I have my new painting 'When I leave', below, selected for the Oxford Art Society (OAS) Members'
Exhibition at the Garden Gallery, The Oxfordshire Museum, Woodstock, Oxfordshire, 5th - 28th April 2019.

The painting was judged by the five person OAS selection committee for acceptance to the exhibition.

Ideas are formed from an early morning walk around the River Thames in Oxfordshire where I live and work.

Further Exhibition at Cornerstone Arts Centre, Didcot
My painting 'Early frost', below, has been selected to form part of the show around the theme of 'Woodland.
Tuesday 30 April 2019 to Sunday 16 June 2019.
web link: Cornerstone Arts Centre

My Lovely Postcards - November Exhibition and online auction
I have submitted two 6" x 4" postcard size paintings (see below) to
Sobell House Hospice online auction and exhibition
titled 'My Lovely Postcards'.

The exhibition will be open to the public from 9th – 11th November, between 10:00 and 18:00
at The Cloisters Galley, SJE Arts, Iffley Road, Oxford. All proceeds raised from the auction will
go towards Beth’s Bursary Fund, which supports nurses to receive further training and education
in palliative care
. This so far has raised £25,000 in bursaries to more than 50 recipients.

This year’s auction will take place online at the following link; givergy.uk/mylovelypostcards
Bidding will open at 10am on 1st November and continue until 9pm on 11th November.
Please bid, there will be some brilliant artwork!

More information about Sobell House My Lovely Postcards can be found here

Left: Magpie sees the moon and right, Red kite spiral.

In the meantime I have been sketching with charcoal pencils and white highlighers on coloured stock.