All posts by Jean Dollimore

Andrew wins 1st Prize at Windsor painting event

Andrew recently won 1st prize at the 2017 Windsor and Eton En Plein Air painting event.  Participants had to paint a scene within the grounds of Windsor Castle.

Impressions from Engine Court, Windsor Castle

Andrew’s picture is shown here, a 24 x 30″ acrylic on canvas called ‘Impressions from Engine Court, Windsor Castle’.

The 1st prize painting is presented to HM The Queen, to become part of her collection.

 

 

Marion at ‘Not the Royal Academy’

Marion says:

The Llewellyn Alexander Gallery accepted three pictures from me this year for their annual ‘Not the Royal Academy” exhibition, and when Jillian phoned to tell me which they had chosen, she made a point of saying “Oh, we want the London ones!”, so good news for us all, I guess!

The exhibition started on June 13th and my “Embankment” painting sold on the first day hurrah!  No news since then, but I’m still crossing my fingers for another sale (or two!) before the exhibition ends August 19th

(see also at www.llewellynalexander.com ).

 

Andrew at the Buxton Spa Prize

Andrew took part in the Buxton Spa Prize 2017 painting event.  The exhibition of participants’ work is on at the Green Man Gallery, Buxton, Derbyshire until 31st July.

The image shown is one of Andrew’s two pictures in the exhibition, a watercolour of the interior of St. Anne’s Church, Buxton.

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Andrew the RI 2017 exhibition

Andrew has had a picture accepted for the Royal Institute of Painters in Watercolours Annual Exhibition.  The title of his watercolour is ‘The evening jogger, Blackfriars’.

6th – 22nd April 2017 at the Mall Galleries, London (closed all day 16th April, for Easter Sunday)

Open 10am – 5pm (closes 1pm on final day)

Please contact Andrew if you would like an invitation to the Private View on 5th April, noon to 8pm.

Stuart and Les at Street Gallery

An exhibition of 9 artists from the Society of Graphic Fine Art.
Founded in 1919, the Society promotes fine drawing skills in both traditional and contemporary media.
Private View (all welcome)
6.00pm—7.30pm Thursday 2nd February 2017

Exhibition dates
2nd February —22nd March 2017
The Street Gallery, University College Hospital, 235 Euston Road, London NW1 2BU

RSVP:guy.noble@uclh.nhs.uk  020 3447 5451
uclh arts and heritage have been generously funded by UCL Hospitals Charity

The above image is Worthing Lido  by Stuart Stanley

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Jean with Camden Printmakers

Town and Country

An Exhibition of Prints by

12 PM (Twelve Printmakers)

Carl Borges, Al Brown, Sally Freer, Mel King, Terry Kubecki, Kit Leese, Kitty Reford, Anthony Searle, David Stone, Bryan Whiteley, Alan Woods and Julia Vezza

Camden Printmakers

Robina Barson, Joan Dannatt, Glenna Devlin, Carole de Jong, Jean Dollimore, Jenny Furey, Henry Hagger, Hilary Hanley, Barbara Herrmann, Joan Hodes, Caroline Kalberer and Barbara Webb

At

54 The Gallery, Shepherds Market, London W1J 7QX, Tel. 0207 491 7322

Dates

6 – 12 March 2017, Open 12.00 noon until 8.00 pm (3.00 pm Sunday)

Private Views on Tuesday 7th March and Thursday 9th March 5.30pm – 8.00pm

 

The above image is “Bermondsey Glassblowers” by Jean Dollimore

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Meetings 2017

This page is for images of drawings and paintings made by the members of our group at each of our meeting places during the year 2017. Roll your mouse over the thumbnail images to find out the month, location and author of each one. Or click on an image to see an enlargement and then view all of the enlarged images  one by one.

Jenny Furey joined us this year.

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Lightbox: originally used ‘Lighbox Gallery’ but the image numbers clashed with the titles.

Dec 2016. Changed to ‘Simple Lightbox’

 

Featured image size 1260 x 240 images against years

2003: Marion

2004: Bill

2005: Marilyn

2006:Shelby

2007: Les

2008: Jessica

2009:Marion

2010: Bill

2011: Jessica

2012: Wendy

2013: Ivor

2014: Wendy

2015: Clare W

2016: John Crane

2017: Bill

 

Bill Aldridge at Discerning Eye

Bill has two paintings the  Discerning Eye exhibition at Mall Gallery SW1 (Thursday 17 November – Sunday 27 November 10-5 admission free).

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Nunhead Cemetry by Bill Aldridge
Nunhead Cemetry by Bill Aldridge

The selectors are two critics, two artists and two collectors. My ‘Nunhead Cemetery’ (below) was selected by Sacha Craddock, art critic for the Guardian. My other piece ‘Autumn leads to Spring’ (mounted on aluminium) was selected by Celia Imrie. The photo shows her choosing my painting!

This is the 25th year of Discerning Eye. There is always a very good selection of work, and everything is for sale. More info on www.discerningeye.org