Ann’s Studio One in Rochester is closed and exhibitions postponed during coronavirus lockdown, however she is doing lots of oil painting ready for re-opening. Meanwhile see her work on line.
I’m working at home during lockdown; my lovely Studio One is closed, so is the Halpern Gallery and Nucleus Cafe. I’m so looking forward to getting back down there, I shall set up all my latest paintings in my studio and invite all my friends and supporters to visit, see my work, have a cup of coffee.
My exhibitions have been postponed; Roys Art Fair at the Bargehouse on the South Bank will now be March next year and an on line Gallery will be up and running; The Horsebridge is postponed, when they are open I hope to have a date. Eclectic Art Gallery is closed, the will be an on line store with my paintings, so I shall let everyone know when this happens.
Ann will be exhibiting in Rochester Halpern Pop 12-18 February – oil paintings and drawings
I shall be showing two statement seascape oil paintings and some pen and ink and watercolour drawings in this Gallery Wednesday February 12th to Tuesday 18th – PV on Wednesday 12th 6-8pm all welcome.
15a High Street, Rochester, Kent, ME1 1PY open all day every day – access through the Nucleus Cafe.
I plan to be in the Gallery each day except Saturday (Vanessa is in on Saturday). If you are coming and hope to meet me please ring or e mail me to let me know
Visit Studio One – my lovely Studio is along the corridor from the Gallery past the stairs and WCs and through the fire door. There will be a complimentary exhibition wall in my Studio – I do hope you will come along.
You are invited to the Private View ofSHORELINE – a Solo Exhibition on Wednesday 13th November 6-8pm
at the Halpern Pop Gallery (through Café Nucleus) 15a High Street, Rochester ME1 3PY
The exhibition runs 13th to 28th November and is open 9am – 8pm
If you are free during the week please do come and visit Studio One, my new studio behind the Gallery next to the loos! Please let me know (07831 547811) or contact me if you are coming so I can be sure to be there to let you in!
The Smell of the Sea – Solo exhibition of seascape oil paintings in the Horsebridge Arts Centre, Whitstable – Gallery 2
25th September till 8th October 9am to 5pm daily
The Smell of the Sea at The Horsebridge Arts Centre, Whitstable – Ann’s oil paintings depict the land, sea and sky at various times of day and year, state of the tide and weathers. Her style is impressionistic, tending towards some abstraction. The exhibition presents a series of shoreline, sea and skyscape oil paintings, also sketches, cards and prints, inspired by plein air work and visits to the coast.
What excitement! Not just two exhibitions in a week, but my oil painting ‘Cornish Light’ is in the window and the second painting Cornish Seascape is highlighted in London Art News write up about this exhibition at @508gallery 508 Kings Road, Chelsea from International Art Events – many thanks to Zina Bercovici, International Art Curator
Click here to visit my gallery of latest paintings available direct from the artist. Contact me if you are interested in any of these paintings, pay by Paypal, I am offering free P&P across the UK during lockdown.
addendum 29th April 2020 – the Gallery is closed due to Corona Virus; my paintings are still available from Shoreline Partners and will soon be on their new web site – will let you all know when this is up and running
I am delighted to have been invited to join the artists in this pretty Gallery just a stone’s throw from the Turner Contemporary in the Old Town in Margate.
My paintings are now hanging, we are open from Wednesday to Sunday 11am to 4pm and I shall be in the Gallery next Saturday 15th February and Saturday 22nd February, Saturday 7th March and Sunday 29th March. This is a permanent exhibition to be updated regularly I do hope you will come along one of those days!
Visit the Gallery to see these paintings in detail at 6 Broad Street, Margate CT9 1EW
Following a successful three months at the lovely gallery in central Rome I have been invited to send a further three paintings. Visit my page on their web site and I am hoping to visit the Gallery for one of their opening days in the near future. Current exhibition at Rossocinabro Gallery