"Waterloo Waiting" oil painting has sold but don't panic because beautiful limited edition prints are available. They are printed by north London printing and framing workshop John Jones (www.johnjones.co.uk) in a run of 50 on Somerset watercolour paper. Framing can also be arranged.
It's been a hard year, struggling with serious health problems so I am delighted to be showing a small selection of work again at the Troubadour in Fulham on 4th November (www.troubadour.co.uk).
Katy Harvey has a new exhibition at the Farnham Maltings from July 1st to July 31st. About The art exhibition In the last year Katy has spent her time walking the streets of London observing and sketching the life within them. Her newest work is concerned with exploring the nostalga of modern life. Katy says, “In an age obsessed with cctv and celebrities the joys of the day to day minutiae of life go unobserved. A couple kissing by a cash point machine or an old man dressed in grey who walks
National Gallery in the Sun oil painting has been sold.
After the success of the January Intimate Exhibition, an exclusive February show by invite only at Lise Allen's Intimate Gallery. If you are interested, please contact Lise Allen.
I am pleased to announce that as from February a selection of Limited Edition prints will be available to buy. Please contact Lise Allen for prices and framing options.
Exclusive January show by invite only on Sat 30th Jan at Lise Allen's Intimate Gallery. If you are interested, please contact Lise Allen.
This month begins the first of the “Intimate Exhibitions”. The idea is akin to the Dinner clubs that are springing up in New York city, which offer an alternative social experience. This weekend Lise Allen will welcome a select few into her North Barnes house for a little something to nibble and sup. The artworks are hung in the house for guests to enjoy while cradling a cup of tea or a glass of something stronger. Our wish is to offer an alternative to the traditional gallery setting, creating a relaxed atmosphere where people can meet and enjoy the paintings
The exhibition at the Troubadour last week was a great success. The turnout was huge, with several hundred people enjoying the artwork. Ten pieces were sold including Oil, Charcoal and Pencil artworks.
The first showing of 'The Nostalga of Modern Life' Exhibition takes place at the Troubadour in West London this month. The new collection is now complete. It is very exciting to show this series of artwork for the first time in public.