FIVE RIVERS LEISURE CENTRE, HULSE ROAD, SALISBURY SP1 3NR
3rd - 30th DECEMBER 2020
MOUNT COOK, NEW ZEALAND
MEADOW OF LOVE
THE OX ROW
PLAIN SKIES 1
MR BLACKBIRD & MR SPARROW
L U C Y S H A P L A N D
The UK is a treasure trove of wildlife and one of my personal favourites is the kingfisher. It requires a lot of patience to be rewarded with a fleeting glimpse of this beautiful bird in the countryside but trust me it is worth it. By capturing him in watercolour, we can all appreciate and admire this stunning bird at our leisure. I hope he will turn some heads and remind people of the beautiful wildlife we have on our doorstep.
WATERCOLOUR 21cm x 29cm
N E I L B U C K L E Y
This painting was inspired by a poem written by a WW1 soldier fighting on the western front during the Battle of the Somme…
We are your ghosts
In a game played by monkeys
Organised by lunatics… Somme 1916
ACRYLIC 48" x 21"
R I C H A R D T U R L E Y
Photographed on the Scilly Island of Tresco.
PHOTOGRAPHY 80cm x 80cm
P A U L R Y D E R
View of Mount Cook from Ferintosh, South Island in New Zealand. A rare glimpse of the peak as as it is most often covered by cloud. The painting is in oil using a palette knife.
OIL 40cm x 40cm
J A N E W A L K E R
Shady Bower on an Autumn evening.
OIL 50cm x 50cm
M A R K H A M I L T O N
My wife told me to paint flowers 6 weeks ago, so I did and still am. I just love working with depth and layers of colour to create what I hope are beautiful paintings of lovely scenes.
ACRYLIC WITH SPRAY PAINT 12" x 8"
M E L I S S A W A D S W O R T H
The buildings on the market square all have characteristic fronts, one which is recognisable to Salisbury. I chose to paint the two buildings which make up the Ox Row Inn in a tight crop as it is a focal part of the Row and life on the market square, which gives The Ox Row a special charm.
ACRYLIC 12" x 12"
T E R R Y K E M P
An acrylic framed painting on canvas of the always changing and stunning skies over Salisbury Plain.
ACRYLIC 52cm x 62cm
A N T H O N Y H A R R I S
Verre eglomise is a pre-Roman technique of gilding glass and engraving an image into the silver or gold surface. Popular in 13th Century Italy and revived by the French decorator Jean-Baptiste Glomy it is used here to create this detailed, delicate image of two our favourite garden visitors.
VERRE EGLONISE 39cm x 49cm