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Showing posts from December, 2012

Merry Christmas

MERRY CHRISTMAS TO ONE & ALL 'Three Ships and Lighthouse' Alfred Wallis  circa 1934-38 Wintry St Ives depicted by Alfred Wallis, the man of colour, showing Godrevy Lighthouse (top right) and Seine fishing nets brimming with pilchards. © the copyright holder photo credit: Alistair Peebles

Original unframed paintings - it's December

Four paintings below - oil on board each measuring 13.5 x 13.5 cm, waiting to be framed. 'Glimmer of Light'.   SOLD 'Sky Gleam'.   SOLD 'Winter Afternoon Promise'.   SOLD 'Porthmeor, Rough and Smooth'.   SOLD Click to enlarge.  Copyright Lesley Ninnes.

November Colours 2012

'November Colours 2012' A diptych, painted in acrylic and oil (81 x 50.5 x 2 cm) on narrow canvases, held together with connecting plates, so the artwork can be hung as shown or separated and hung with a larger gap between. That's not a fire on the bottom right by the way - just to preempt any assumptions!  The colours of November provided the starting point and inspiration, the landscape is a secondary development.  November can be dark, dreary and miserable, but there are moments and even some days when the colours are so strong and bright and wonderful This will be submitted to Penwith Society of Arts Winter Exhibition so please keep fingers crossed for me.  If not included in the above, 'November Colours' will be displayed in the Christmas Exhibition at Art Space Gallery . I was pleased to find today (13 Dec) that the painting has been accepted and will be included in the  Penwith Society of Arts Winter Exhibition 2012-13 , which opens on Sa