A Walk Round My First Solo Exhibition of Acrylic Paintings
Well – we had a blast at the opening of my first solo exhibition this morning at Skelmanthorpe Library Gallery.
Hanging the Exhibition
It didn’t take us too long to put the exhibition up yesterday . Really, we were quite well organised and Mike Roberts [organiser and curator] was pretty nifty up and down the ladders.
Update – Spring Blossom in Wales – SOLD !
The Abstract Paintings at my Solo Exhibition
I was thrilled when Mike invited me to exhibit at this fabulous gallery for the month of January. At last – an exhibition all to myself ! I was also really pleased because Mike had seen my paintings on this new website – so , quick result ! In fact , this gallery is a new idea for the Community Library and it is really well worth supporting. Just remember , the library closes on Tuesday, Saturday afternoon and Sunday.
I would really like to say a big thank you to all my family and friends for their support this morning. You know , it really means a lot. And it was great showing off my work to you all.
All for Sale at my Solo Exhibition
The exhibition is open till February 1st.
These are all original artworks , painted in acrylic on paper or canvas, with the occasional watercolour and mixed media piece. And they are all for sale, with prices ranging from £30 – £150 . Please contact me if you are interested. I’m based in the UK.
Do have a look in my gallery to see more of my acrylic paintings. There’s also a more in-depth report on my exhibition in the Exhibition section on the main menu .
I hope you have enjoyed my exhibition review .
2 Replies to “My First Solo Exhibition of Acrylic Paintings”
What a fun show! Probably feels like the “good old days” now, lol, but they’ll be back 😊 So glad you posted a link to this from your outdoor sketch post, Margaret! You’re transformations of the ordinary are really remarkable ❤️
Thank you so much , Felipe. Yes , it does seem like the ” good old days ” now ! I’m glad you are keeping optimistic and you’re right !