residency at Stiwdio Maelor in CorrisĀ 


A great 3 weeks at Stiwdio Maelor

If you are interested in having some time there yourself for your art (including writing) you can email for an application form to stiwdiomaelor@gmail.com 

The 5 paintings in the top image are all also available through the same email. Funds from any sale of donated works goes both towards the ongoing costs of the residency programme and helps to fund the artist’s next residency!

The other image is of a 65cm painting on canvas that I completed on the residency which is on its way to @greenfusegallery  in Westport, County Mayo, Ireland for their next show opening mid November

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On paper

Run out of canvases and only a week to go at Stiwdio Maelor – so I’m playing on paper

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‘Trajectory’ diptych (2 x Arches paper 76 x 56cm) still taped to the table

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Another one still in progress

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Series of smaller pieces worked together – 6 bits of sugary sweetness! Largest 2 are half sheets of Arches ie 56 x 38cm

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‘All things nice… raspberry ripple?’
2 half sheets Arches – each 56 x 38cm

Ready to go

Hoping to get these 4 framed locally here in Wales. My fingers are firmly crossed that some or all of them will then be sent to Terre Verte gallery in Cornwall for  ‘ Into the West’, the summer group show I have been invited to participate in there

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‘Musing’ – 80cm sq

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‘Spirited’ 100cm x 80cm

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Skylight 1 – 50cm sq

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Skylight 2 – 50cm sq

journey inward

These are the 4 stages of my most recent largish canvas
It is on coarse unstretched (and creased badly from being in my suitcase) jute canvas about 4′ x 3′

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This was actually the second session, I forgot to take a photo of when it was all red and yellow, with a bit of turquoise,  stapled to the floor on Saturday morning

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Sunday, more sombre with shapes consolidating

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Early Monday morning – loads of alizarin crimson overlaid on the lower half and a mess in the middle and a scatty unresolved indecisive upper third

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Maybe we’re getting somewhere