‘Meet the Artist, Watch & Try’ will be my involvement in this day to celebrate the birthday, and life of Beatrice Sharp, prominent member the family who were the past inhabitants of this wonderful stately home during Edwardian times. I’ll be working from floral still lifes (Beatrice had a passion for all things floral), showing the processes involved in creating a painting, as part of a day involving not only art, but live period music, guided tours of the mansion, and activities for all ages. 11am-4pm Saturday 29th February. I will also have an exhibition of paintings in the Conservatory Cafe where you can view (and buy!) my work while enjoying coffee and cake. What a full-on day!
Here’s their flyer:
A rare opportunity to work at this stunning location…
Next week, I’ll be moving into my fantastic new studio space at The Steeple, in Newburgh, north Fife, which will be another base from where I’ll soon be widening my range of classes. As it’ll be my working studio, you may also be able to see one of my paintings in progress when you come along. Also, if you want like to suggest a particular style or technique you’d like to learn (day, evening or weekend) just let me know, and I’ll look at putting together a new class. I’ll be in touch soon with an update!
The exhibition at Sproson Gallery, South Street, St Andrews, is now open, and will run until 31st March. Hope you can make it along there, then let me know what you think of my new watercolour paintings of St Andrews. There’s one in the front window and another six inside (you can see my paintings on this page: https://sprosongallery.com/collections/all?page=5).