Opening on May 5 is the 2011 show of new work at Chequer Mead's Greenstede Gallery. The venue gives an opportunity to hang more pictures, and to judge movement over time.
The title 'night song' reflects the way work is drawn from the mind's eye with the eyes closed, as one remembers visions of the night. What is retrieved from this alternative world is spread on the canvas with colours to match the felt sensations.
Having worked now for 25years I will show some pieces from the 90', such as the first oil painting 'Ette', along with the large oil 'Mike' (as in archangel Michael) being kindly loaned from a private collection. Very exciting are two major pieces that are back on the market and showing at 'night song' after a number of years , the triptych 'Large Picnic' and the oversized 'Juliet'.
The very latest oils will be shown adjacent to these in a show that I am sure will prove to be memorable.
opening times: 9.00 - 5.00 closed on Sunday
preview May 5, 6.00 - 9.00pm
finding the Chequer Mead Centre link for location and the postcode is RH19 3BS