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.
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
Visit my me at work page on Art Finder to see all my latest news including this picture from my Open Studio last summer. Both paintings – Towards Dover and Towards Margate are available on my Art Finder web site
Towards Margate – Botany Bay 30″ x 24″ oil on canvas
Towards Dover – Botany Bay (Kent, UK) 30″ x 24″ oil on hand stretched canvas
This is a very exciting event with up to 17,000 visitors. My Gallery is E8 and G3 (nearby). Tomorrow is hanging day and the Private View. I am taking 15 paintings all seascapes and my latest work. If you are coming to the Private View (7.30-9.30pm) and haven’t got a ticket please mention my name at the entrance. You don’t need tickets for Saturday and Sunday just come along! Come in the main entrance and find me on the right hand side. Can’t wait to meet everyone!
Here’s a glimpse of my work over the past few days as I enjoy the autumn sun here is France. I have bee working on several versions of the Whitstable seascapes attempting to become more abstract. I’d love to know what you all think of these paintings?