I have a virtual exhibition of recent work for sale, please click here to view.
Despite Covid closing galleries and restricting movement I have been fortunate with commissioned paintings, on-line sales and working on a couple of pieces for the annual SWLA exhibition, the Natural Eye, from 28 October at the Mall Galleries in London. I also now have an eye to my next one-man exhibition in 2021 with a working title of ESTUARY. Having moved to the banks of the River Torridge I need go no further - it is Tarka (the otter) country, rich in wildlife and wild in environments...
Ducks and debris - one of my paintings for the Natural Eye - more images here:
Autumn 2020; more exploring of the Torridge estuary. I am becoming ever more watchful of the various birds that visit the river banks, from the variety gulls through to the herons and egrets, cormorants, kingfishers, shelducks and the returning waders - the melodious Curlew's call is once more heard daily while the occasional sharp tweep of the disturbed sandpiper pierces the rhythmic lapping of waves on the shoreline. The lapwing are returning too..
The Mountains exhibition at Gallery Different, Fitzrovia (watercolours and oils featuring the wildlife and landscapes of the Alps and Atlas mountains in winter and summer,) was a great success with a fabulous turn out at the preview and lots of interest during the week - thank you to all who came.
For further information please contact Lucy:
Mobile: 07710 325260
or Andrew at: Andrew@andrewstock.co.uk
The Borders Art Fair took place in Kelso on the 15 - 17 March 2019 and once again proved successful with many visitors and some good sales, especially of etchings.
Hobby in willow, etching, 8x10 ins