Tuesday, 24 September 2013

Upcoming show!

I would like to invite you all to my Art show "Painting the seasons" that will run on the 4-5-6 October in Bradford-on-Avon with two other local painters (Andrew Taylor and Bob Child)Do come and say hello, we will be there for the three days. There will be plenty of original paintings on sale, and also a large selection of prints and postcards. Or just come to see a heavily pregnant woman that could possibly go into labour while hanging her paintings! (that's me!)

You are all welcome to join us during the preview evening reception which will be held the Friday 4 October 6-9pm. The three of us will be present and there will be drinks, nibbles and music and plenty of art for sale! 
Painting the seasons
(Bob Child, Valérie Pirlot, Andrew Taylor)
Oil and watercolour landscapes by three local painters

Friday 4 October - Sunday 6 October 2013
The West Barn, Barton Farm, Bradford-on-Avon BA15 1LF, UK
10am - 6pm FREE ENTRY 

It is the same venue and concept as our show last year. Click here to have a look at the pictures.

For a preview of what will be on show, feel free to have a look at our websites (most of our available paintings will be on show):
For all of you who can't be there, you can reserve paintings in advance - simply browse our websites and contact me for prices and I'll be happy to help and reserve/ship work to you. 

Hopefully see you there!

Here is just a small sample of what will be in show:

Watercolours by Bob Child:

Bob Child

Tutton Hill 1 (Bob Child)

Chartres (Bob Child)

George St (Bob Child)

Watergates (Bob Child)

Oil paintings by Valérie Pirlot:
Valérie Pirlot                     image©Luca Girardini

George Street - Friday evening in August (Valérie Pirlot)

Claude Vale, Bath, in the snow, morning (Valérie Pirlot)

Hot summer day, Sydney Gardens, Bath (2) (Valérie Pirlot)

Boats at low tide, Porthleven harbour (Valérie Pirlot)

Oil paintings by Andrew Taylor:
Andrew Taylor

Cloud view from Redhorn Hill (Andrew Taylor)

Cheverell Corn Bales (Andrew Taylor)

Princes Bridge (Andrew Taylor)

Haystacks field (Andrew Taylor)