Nearly time for the annual Art Show at the St Andrew Blackadder Church in North Berwick High Street. Now in its 17th year this exhibition features the work of around 60 local artists and raises money for the Church Repair Fund and a selection of local charities. During the show tea and coffee along with homebaking is served - even I am baking! (a rare event, if I am honest). Opening hours 10am until 5pm on Good Friday and Sat 20th, and 1pm until 5pm on Easter Sunday. Note that the exhibition is not running on Easter Monday this year, but if you still need an art fix then pop down and see me in my beach hut studio!
All my paintings in the exhibition shown below.
This very popular annual event (there are queues at 10am on Good Friday before opening!) runs over Easter weekend again this year, raising funds towards the Church Repair Fund as well as local charities. I am pleased to be exhibiting here again along with many other talented local artists. Open all Easter weekend with hours as shown in the flyer. Some of the paintings I will be exhibiting are also shown in the slideshow below.
or, working to a deadline. Not something I experience too often these days, other than when I have a commission, but having said I would produce a pen & ink drawing of the Kirk that is what I am now doing!
The Exhibition at St Mary's Parish Church in Haddington takes place from Friday 12th May through until Sunday 14th. I was delighted to be invited to exhibit at this show along with some very well known names. It will feature glass, ceramics, jewellery and prints as well as paintings and is a good chance to see the beautiful church itself. it was looking particularly fine yesterday when I went to take a few photos with lots of blossom on show. Proceeds from the sale of works will go to the St Mary's lighting project.
I am delighted to be exhibiting at Hangar Art & Framing as their 'Artist on the Wall' for the month of September. Hanger Art is located at Fenton Barns retail village, open seven days a week and has easy parking. The Preview is from 12-4pm on Saturday 5th September, all welcome to come along for a glass of wine and to view the paintings and prints.