Archive for April 2012

Spot the difference!

The two Sarahs

Lucky Chris… he now has not one but two Sarahs to keep him in order! But he’ll have to watch out… all those random jottings on bits of paper will be a thing of the past if we get our way! I’m the one on the left, Sarah Ware. I will continue to organise exhibitions … Continue reading

What next after the exhibition?

Grosmont Giant crop

Thanks to everyone who turned up for Chris’s Easter exhibition at Pickering… or who couldn’t come but viewed the ‘Virtual Exhibition’. The sale of originals was really encouraging for Chris. It gives momentum to his love of landscape and seascape painting… so watch this space. Considering the economy, this was a promising start to a … Continue reading

Read all about it… and see the originals too!

Yorkshire Post 11Apr12

News of Chris’s latest exhibition is spreading… following on from last week’s Dalesman feature is an article in today’s Yorkshire Post by Nina Swift. Both write-ups have already drawn visitors to the railway and exhibition. The article heralds the Virtual Exhibition which we’ve just added to the website… a catalogue of all the exhibition works to … Continue reading

On show in Pickering…

pickering & nymr web

What a busy week! Filming, framing and finishing the final painting ready for the spring art exhibition at Pickering Station… It started last Sunday with Chris being interviewed by Cal Stockbridge for the new Pickering Town blog… do click on the link to see the video, filmed and edited by Gareth Jenkins, who also runs … Continue reading

In this month’s Dalesman

Dalesman blog image

Chris is ‘top of the bill’ in this month’s edition of the popular Yorkshire Dalesman magazine, with a 4-page article by reporter Andrew Gallon. “There are two main themes running through this month’s magazine – transport and art,” writes editor Paul Jackson. “And one of our stories features both topics as we meet an artist who … Continue reading

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