Covid 19 Update

Wolf at the Door, York

During this difficult time I have been continuing to make work at my studio, The Wolf at the Door.

York Open Studios came and went; the physical studios weren’t of course open, but York artists created displays of work in their windows using the hashtag #openwindowsyork2020

Brand new work, just framed

I am delighted to say I have sold quite a few paintings online through this virtual display.

The #openwindows2020 initiative originated with Artists’ Open House in Brighton and Hove. I would have been participating in this, at Art in Bloom, last May . Again, many artists presented window displays of their work, this time under the hashtag #openwindows2020.

My painting ‘Evening, Haven’ in the window at Art in Bloom, Hove

Five of my paintings are available exclusively through the Pyramid Gallery, York, via a virtual exhibition called, appropriately, ‘Strange Times’.

A selection of my new work will shortly be added to the Nicholas Bowlby online Gallery. And until normal life returns, you can see my work and catch up with news on my Instagram and Facebook pages.

I have added a page with images, details and prices of new work available through artist Matthew Burrows’s intiative Artists’ Support Pledge. (This is for work selling up to £200 only).

There still aren’t many real-life exhibitions any time soon. If you feel the need for some art in your life and your home, I am happy to send work by post, postage at cost price. (I can gift-wrap it on request.) I have sent out a number of pieces since lockdown.

‘In the Night Garden’ (just sold) and two new abstract Night Skies

It’s always a good idea to request additional images of paintings as they look when hung in a real room, in different lights, at their actual scale, etc. Small light pieces are inexpensive to send. Larger, heavier pieces need more protection and of course cost more.