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Oxford Art Fair

[caption id="attachment_1288" align="alignnone" width="300"] Impressionist rowers[/caption][caption id="attachment_5" align="alignnone" width="222"] Crossing over[/caption]And so it was!! Summer madness has come full circle and this weekend is the last event planned for the next few weeks. Its a time to consolidate and make future plans but first a weekend of meeting people with a love of art. I'll be bringing a range of work. Cyclists for the tour de France set (or is that the new golf?) Rowers as you can get more appropriate for a town that is world famous for its rowing and some more traditional landscapes to keep it interesting. The weather looks a bit dodgy but there is shelter in the cafe and I have my waterproof  covers ready!...

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Artists are a bit touched... well maybe in my case!! Painting in the rain

          If you think that the countryside is quiet think again! I have spent the morning outside reading, which is a rare pleasure. I have been so busy painting and organising exhibitions that it was good to just take a breather. The sheep baaing and the Red Kites whistling overheard and the drone of a bumble bee all surprisingly loud but this all seems to quieten down in the midday heat when a lull goes everything except the sounds of human intervention on the landscape. You will often find me including a little figure or some form of mans presence on his surroundings when off painting out doors. I also love capturing movement I feel I...

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