Glassblowing and Oil Paintings Part 2

By Sally Pudney on 6th December 2018

So – after lunch we headed to the Mall Galleries where the Royal Institute of Oil Painters were exhibiting. This was excellent too! Here are a few that I specially liked.

The Turn-stylers Lathe by John Killens

This one reminded me of my Dad’s wood workshop – with curious things suspended from the ceiling and wood shavings on the floor, which Mum was always complaining that he brought into the house in the turn-ups of his trousers!  And it looks like the identical lathe, too!

Moorland Road by John Tookey

Sailing Barges by Jeremy Barlow

The Gardeners’ Room, Normanby Hall by David Curtis

The First Snow of Winter by Bill Dean

Summer Moorings, Norfolk Broads by Andrew King

Highland Slumber by Peter Wileman

Apologies for the wonky photos! The show is on until the 9th December and is well worth a visit!

Back in my studio I’ve been priming up some more painting boards – a useful job to get done on these dark afternoons when it’s too dark to paint!

Many thanks to those who came to the Christmas Bazaar last weekend – I had some interesting conversations and sold lots of Artstuff! Don’t forget you can follow me on Instagram @sallypudney

Hope your week is going well – Friday tomorrow! 🙂


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