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Thursday, 18 June 2015

New English Art Club's Annual Open Exhibition 2015

On Wednesday I attended the Private View for the New English Art Club's Annual Open Exhibition 2015 at the Mall Galleries.

I was there at the invitation of Paul Curtis, who is exhibiting flower studies painted at St Ives. These share a quality of light with the work of Winifred Nicholson and have a similar interest in contrasts and movements between the interior and exterior.

Paul lives between London and Sheffield whilst painting full-time and delivering workshops and courses on painting and drawing throughout the UK. He is the resident curator of artworks for the Blue Moon Cafe and gallery in Sheffield and in 2011 was elected a Life Member of the New English Art Club.

I also enjoyed seeing the work of Louise Balaam, Michael Cooper, Julie Held, Peter Kelly, Salliann Putman, and William Selby, among others. Bob Brown, Charlotte Halliday, Anthony Morris and Charles Rake have all contributed paintings of churches, while Paul R Gildea has included Saint Boy and John Whitehill Jacob's Ladder.


Robert Plant and the Sensational Space Shifters - Rainbow.

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