Not-Quite-New Year….

A burst of colour

A burst of colour


It’s hard not to be trite when writing about the year past or the year to come. So:

Last year: a rather mixed year for me and the Wolf at the Door. Still dogged by insomnia and the aftermath of building works. Nevertheless plenty of high points, and I continued to paint in fits and starts, though less consistently than usual. I organised and took part in a two-artist exhibition, Sense and Serendipity, as well as the Chelsea Fringe, and various group events plus the Affordable Art Fairs in March and October.

We have just put out a Wolf at the Door newsletter and you can find fuller details there:
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It seems more important to look ahead, and various prospects are heaving into view despite a lack of the usual forward planning.

Two of my small Brighton Glimpses are in the exhibition Deep East Winter, in London’s East End:
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And some older pieces are on sale at the Naked Eye Gallery in Hove.

Snowy Pavilion

Snowy Pavilion

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MPG gallery flyer

Two Spring exhibitions in prospect: one near home, one in Cornwall, both look like being really interesting. More soon !