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Well, I’m back from the seaside! The exhibition, The Enchanted Earth, finished last week at the Aldeburgh Gallery.
I had some painting sales and sold lots of cards. I spent the Bank Holiday weekend sitting in the window working on a new painting and talking to people who came in, which was nice.
Here are a few photos I took during the week:
The painting I was working on is now complete:
I’m now taking a well earned rest this week, and then I’ll be back in the studio with some fresh ideas for some new paintings.
Back soon with something to show you 🙂
This weekend I went to Fornham All Saints, near Bury St Edmunds to take an acrylic + texture workshop for the lovely, friendly and hospitable 03 Art Club.
It was a brilliant day and we had fun doing a copy of a section of my painting, Under the Trees.
I was impressed with the results, and it was great to see little versions of my painting, but with the individual style of each painter.
I am hoping to meet this art group again at their exhibition in St Mary’s Church, Honey Hill, Bury St Edmunds which starts on 11 May and runs for a couple of weeks.
If you are interested in my art workshops/classes, please visit my workshop page
Thanks for stopping by – I’ll be back soon with photos of my exhibition that starts this week in the Aldeburgh Gallery.
For one week only, The Aldeburgh Gallery, on the Suffolk Coast, is proud and excited to display a selection of artworks by Deborah Eileen Burrow themed, “The Enchanted Earth”. There will be brand new artworks, alongside some favourites, featuring her autumnal trees and white birches.
The exhibition name, Enchanted Earth, has come from a solo show I did back in 2009 in the depths of winter. That show was poorly attended due to excessive amounts of snow. So we’ve decided to use the name again.
I’ve been busy this week finishing some brand new paintings for this solo show. Here is one of them:
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I’m really pleased with how this painting turned out. It is based upon a large painting I did in 2010. I was going to put a stag in that painting, but decided against it. This time I thought I’d put a pair of deer in, and it has worked really well.
You can keep up with the other new paintings here
PS Also had a fab day on Wednesday meeting up for a cuppa with fellow artists Megan Chapman & Stuart Bremner in London. Megan lives in Arkansas, and Stuart lives in Edinburgh, so it was a rare treat to meet up. Wonderful it was too – really nice people.