Six pieces of work from my Winter Series will be on display at The Calder Gallery from 16th November 2007 until some time in January 2008. All work was completed using a combination of ink and coloured pencil and each piece is mounted and framed using solid oak frames and UV filter glass.
The gallery also shows some excellent landscape paintings by resident artist, Phil Withersby and superbly crafted boxes with intricate inlaid detail by John Prescott, amongst lots of other great work. The attractive little town of Hebden Bridge is well worth a visit if you're in the area, and there are lots of places to eat and drink, many of which are open on Sundays, including an excellent fish and chip shop (I speak from experience).
The gallery opening times are as follows:
Wednesday to Saturday 10 am - 5.30 pm Sundays and Bank Holidays 11 am - 5.00 pm
Here's the work which is currently on show along with a few photos of the work displayed in the gallery:
I'm very grateful to Lisa and Juliette for taking photos of my work at the Weekend Gallery. Lisa took some photos at the opening and Juliette took a couple of window from the outside in daylight. Despite awful weather for the opening, I was fortunate enough to sell three paintings including my husband's favourite - the Hydrangea in the vase (in the window). By the way, the dogs aren't mine, they're the work of Kerry Jameson.