Wednesday, 6 December 2017

Christmas Exhibition

Because of the nature of what I do, I don't generally exhibit my work, but all of a sudden that is changing and it's rather exciting.

As well as the tree paintings I have had on show recently at Yellow Arch Studios, as part of the Sheffield Tree Action Group's mixed show, Fallen Boys, Standing Trees, I also have my Coffee House piece in a Christmas exhibition called Unique Beauty at the Cupola Gallery in Hillsborough, Sheffield. It's another mixed show, with a really wide range of artists, showing work including print-making, ceramics, glass, jewellery, sculpture and, well, all sorts, as well as the painting, drawing and of course textiles. There are all sorts of interesting things there to see and maybe a Christmas present possibility for someone (or yourself...).

It's open until January 6th, so get yourself down there.


Shoshi said...

CC I absolutely LOVE this painting. I love how the figures are subtly suggested, both in colour and line. It's a triumph! The colour are absolutely fabulous too! And well done being exhibited. You are extremely talented!

Thank you so much for your visit and your sweet comment on my blog. Yes, we are definitely going through it at the moment. Not only the stuff I have already mentioned, but today we have heard that my mum is going downhill fast and the end is not far off now. I am glad for her though because she's had enough and her quality of life at 96 has diminished so much. It's just one more thing to deal with, though, and also my hubby was told today after his leg was X-rayed that it's not mending as it should and on Sun. a.m. he's having an operation to have it pinned. Never rains but it pours... Somehow we'll get through all this.


Lynne the Pencil said...

Thank you!

My goodness, it does sound as though you are going through a difficult time. It is never easy saying goodbye to a parent, no matter how long and rich a life they have enjoyed, but you're right - it does help a little to know that the time is right. I wish your poor husband well too and hope the op and post-op all goes to plan this time. Perhaps Christmas will give you both a chance to reflect on the good things you share, as well as the difficult ones. Here's hoping things are brighter for you in 2018 x