I am really thrilled to announce that I have been invited back to Brantwood to exhibit my paintings this summer (more details on the exhibitions page and to follow). 2019 is the 200 th anniversary of John Ruskin’s birth and there are exhibitions and events not only in this country but across the globe, so to be part of these celebrations even in a small way is extremely exciting.
Currently, I have new watercolour studies in ‘Ebb & Flow’ - the Spring show at Arteria with Gallery 23, Lancaster. This little gem of a gallery / shop has just won Retailer of the Year in the Bay Business Awards, a just reward for their vision and integrity and sheer hard work. The theme of the exhibition this time is particularly close to my heart as I am fortunate enough to see the ebb and flow of the tides in Morecambe Bay from my window – from dramatic storms to serene sunsets, this view is ever-changing and awe-inspiring.
After a year’s break, I am taking part in the Maiden Bridge summer exhibition (details to follow). This year is a momentous one for the owners David Davies and Hannah Smeds- Davies – both celebrating their 80 th birthdays and still tirelessly promoting the arts.
The giveaway to win a 35cm (14’’) limited edition giclée print is ongoing. All that is needed is to like and share my facebook page – Patricia Haskey Fine Art. The winner will be chosen at random when the likes for my page reaches 500.
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