In February, wanting to hibernate, I have been sitting quietly with watercolours and my smallest brushes. And then setting these paintings in pendants. Yes, an original painting you can wear! Sizes from 25mm to 30mm. The first few are now in Wold Pottery gallery, Loftus.
There is a list of the pendants on Facebook, if you want to have a look…
Clothylde Vergnes on Facebook
And now I shall pick up bigger brushes, for I have new commissions to paint: Loftus Bluebell Woods, and Hummersea, for the walls of a condo in Florida…
As the old year ended, I finished my Autumn painting, and Malcolm Burn passed away. He was my art tutor in Scarborough over 25 years ago, and we had kept in touch. Aged 90, he was still giving encouragement, support and constructive criticism to his old students. I miss him, but I am glad I knew him.
(PS. This painting is currently exhibited in Coast Gallery, Cloughton.)
Lythe Beck, near Grosmont, North Yorkshire. Down through a friend’s wood, to the little stream.
The first one was painted from memory.
The second looking at a photograph. (Mostly oak and ash, so not as orange as portrayed, but that’s artistic license…)
And the third informed by the second one.
If you bought one of my paintings this year, thank you!
I’ve prepared a limited edition surprise for you, so please tell me which painting you bought, message me your postal address, and I will post it to you.
If you would prefer not to give me your address, just tell me the title of the painting and your name, and I could leave your gift in the gallery where you bought the painting.
Please let me know by 1st December. Again, thank you!