Here is my work in the exhibition, poor photos I’m afraid. The two hangings are in the corner – though one is not hanging but lying flat, which won’t help it’s sale.  The exhibition is up until the 2nd April.


My oil paintings.


Still hard to get much done when I am still looking out onto this every morning.  Have been waiting 2 weeks now for the builders to start (after they said they would start).  I just want to get in and recover my teflon ironing sheet – I think everything else will be trashed now. 
The new studio will look every different – different coloured wood (“Country Living Blue” with a grey roof), french doors and the windows turned around.


Only the snowdrops are showing any new growth.  Everything is still so flat and sludge coloured. 


Before the nettles come though we are trying to tame part of the garden, not an easy job. But the sun is shinning and I am getting on with some small projects – more next time.  Must run as we are dropping DS at his art class and going for a coffee at Cragside – our local NT house.


3 thoughts on “Exhibition pieces

  • 06/09/2010 at 8:32 pm

    Hi, the exhibition looks good, we were out walking part of the Cotswold Way on Sunday and saw our first daffodils 😉
    look forward to seeing the new studio coming together. we might have moved back north and i will be able to see it in the flesh so to speak!!
    Looking forward to Easter and the Lakes but not to Bruce going away straight after, at the moment September seems a long way away………….

  • 06/09/2010 at 8:32 pm

    The exhibition looks great and I hope you get some sales.
    Nice to see a hint of spring after all the white photos I've seen on so many blogs during the past months. We, on the other hand, are happy! happy! happy! today as we have rain. Its only a drizzle but is the first rain for 5 months!!
    Looking forward to seeing the new studio. I hope it is everything you want it to be, and helps you forget all the upsets of the past few months and gives you back a smile and enthusiasm. Something to look forward to.

  • 06/09/2010 at 8:32 pm

    The exhibition looks good Helen and isn't it lovely to see some signs of Spring? Our bulbs are slowly starting to come out but some have disappeared. Fingers crossed your builders get their act together soon.

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