The Sentinel Gallery Part 2
I trundled down to Wivenhoe this afternoon with the back of the Land Rover full of paintings for Rosie and Pru to choose what they would like to exhibit at the opening exhibition at the Sentinel Gallery. It’s all go down there, with workmen out the front paving the entrance – at least I think that’s what they were doing – and the Gallery full of cardboard boxes, and two new jewellery cases which have arrived and are now standing ready to be filled with all sorts of lovely things, and Pru and Rosie getting everything organised. It’s going to be great!
I was really pleased that they’ve chosen four paintings for the exhibition, which starts on 14th March, and runs through to 18th April. One dinghy, and three seascapes/’estuary’ scapes – Walton, West Mersea and Maldon.
I’m busy at the moment with a seascape of West Mersea, but then I’ve got three Wivenhoe paintings that will be next up – two dinghies, and a river scene with lovely reflections – all from drawings and photos that I collected in the warmer weather.
I’m still hoping for some proper ‘lying’ snow – I think it may be heading our way over the next two days – but at the same time it will be so lovely when it’s warm enough and light enough to go out drawing and getting new painting material in.
Enjoy the rest of the week 🙂