Winter Riches at Yarmouth Gallery
I just finished arranging some of my paintings on the walls of Yarmouth Gallery and hope that you might visit the gallery, in Yarmouth High Street, sometime soon; it is open until Xmas Eve and will reopen on Wednesday 27th at 11am. The paintings were photographed last week and some will be reproduced as limited edition giclée prints.
'Jays in the Fig Tree' will fly digitally to the USA where it will be printed, full size, to be hung in a Philadelphia home; the original to remain hanging in the Yarmouth Gallery, it is an oil on a stretched canvas 100 cm square - rather larger than my usual size. Another painting that size is 'Rain' of which we have had plenty this year. Inspired by a walk at low tide, late day on Compton Beach, it is an acrylic - each is priced at £2400.
'Blackthorn' was inspired by Newtown Creek and the blackthorn blossom, symbol of renewal, growing among the winter seagrass of the estuary. The bird hut, just visible, is the one out on the Clamerkin Lake that is reached by a narrow causeway approached through the National Trust woodland path a mile beyond Newtown. 'Blackthorn' is priced at £1200 and measures 80cm w x 70cm h. You can also view these and more paintings when you visit www.annetomsartist.com