Thursday, 12 March 2009

Maeve's work in exhibition

Maeve (my wife) has got two of her art works in a local exhibition. It's an open exhibition at the View From The Top Gallery, Nottingham. Unfortunately, this is the last open exhibition to take place at the gallery as it is soon to close.
The exhibition theme is (appropriately) views of Nottingham. Maeve's two pieces are based the buildings and market of the Sneinton area of Nottingham.

Cornering the market (Sneinton)
Mixed Media
8.3" x 11.7"

Market connections (Sneinton)
Mixed Media
8.3" x 11.7"

The exhibition runs until 21st March. It had its preview last night and there were lots of people attending. I sampled the wine and some splendid spicy sausages - Oh! and looked at the paintings - some highly original interpretations of the theme.
The night ended with Maeve selling one of her pieces (Market connections).

Win one of my original paintings
See this post


Amy Lilley Designs said...

WONDERFUL...very folk art feel to EXCITING for Maeve to have her work in an of luck...:))

storybeader said...

Congrats Maeve! I know your paintings would be even more fun if I knew the stores and streets!

And for you, John, I am awarding you the Kreativ Blog Award, because I love your watercolors and the chance to look at all the beauty of your work. It all started over here....

Rita T. said...

I love the colors, very pretty.

Unknown said...

Like these paintings very much - the colour is exploding. It brings a smile to my face and I like that too - LOL!

Unknown said...

A big thank you all from Maeve for your comments.

Mel Avila Alarilla said...

I love the art works of Maeve. They are so vivid in color. You have different styles of paintings and both of you are exceptional painters. Thanks for featuring the paintings of your wife here. God bless.

Rina Alcantara said...

I like this one! I enjoy colorful pieces.

Marian Fortunati said...

WOW.... two wonderful artists in the same family!!
Congrats... Must be nice to share a common interest.
Love the colors in both of your work!

Unknown said...

Thanks Mel, Rina and Marian from Maeve and myself.