July has been a busy month whilst I have been exhibiting at The Artists’ Marquee for Cambridge Open Studios. This is my third year exhibiting in the marquee, and again it has proved to be a really good experience all round. I have met many really interesting visitors, welcomed customers back and acquired new customers too – all very rewarding – BIG THANKS to all!
“Spring Fields” was my first sale at the Preview Evening. This is one of Sue’s Originals collection of ink & watercolour original paintings – each ink & water colour painting being unique, highly collectable and individually signed by myself, the artist, offering the opportunity to buy original art at an affordable price!
These paintings, sold mounted and/or in solid oak frames, have again proved popular. For more information about this collection please visit the gallery page of my website.
Curating my show in The Artist’s Marquee has highlighted the variety of media I work in, which has developed into 3 areas – oils on canvas, mixed media & collage abstract artworks inspired by my response to the sea and movement of water, and Sue’s Originals ink & watercolour paintings collection of local landscapes. This painting below, “Meadow Dance”, is the latest oil painting completed for this exhibition.
The great thing about being part of Cambridge Open Studios is the people and the experience of being there with your work – to engage with the public, bringing art to everyone. I have shared my exhibition space with a lovely group of fellow artists, all of us offering a wonderful array of different artwork. The 2013 exhibition has been brilliant, and I am already formulating my ideas for Cambridge Open Studios in 2014!