EXHIBITIONS

 

Lord Robert's On The Green

June Exhibition from Friday 1st June 2018 for one month only at
LORD ROBERT’S ON THE GREEN
19 Upper Woodcote Village, Purley, Surrey CR8 3HF
Monday - Thursday 8.30am - 4.30pm
Saturday: 8.30am - 1.00pm

 

 

A BEACH AT SUNSET
(14" x 18")
£500.00

 

 

 

FLOWERS OF JAIPUR - GOLD LEAF
(8" x 15.5")
£500.00

 

 

 

THE MAPLE TREE
(8" x 8")
£120-00

 

 

 

BEACH IN KERALA
(12" x 24")
£500.00

 

 

 

MY 3 OLIVE TREES
(8" x 15.5")
£300.00

 

 

 

QUIRKY BOATS -
(8" x 8")
BACKGROUND 22 CARAT GOLD LEAF
£150.00

 

 

 

RAJASTHAN COLORS
(14" x 18")
£550-00

 

 

 

SPRING IN A VASE
(16" x 16")
£650.00

 

 

 

RAJASTHAN
(12" x 24")
£500.00

 

 

 

 

COMMISSIONS AND MURALS


2 HOUR ART LESSONS FOR ADULTS - BY APPOINTMENT

(CARSHALTON) MAX 4 PEOPLE PER LESSON

 

CHILDREN'S ART AND COLLAGE LESSONS 90 MINS ON SATURDAYS 11 AM £6 PER CHILD ( 4 - 14 YEARS ) - EXTRA LESSONS IN SCHOOL HOL'S

 

 

 

 


INDIA'S RICH DIVERSITY


PRIVATE VIEW 13TH NOVEMBER 2017 - 6.15 PM - 8.30 PM


THE NEHRU CENTRE
8, SOUTH AUDLEY STREET-LONDON W1K 1HF
8 MINUTES WALK FROM GREEN PARK TUBE
15TH, 16TH and 17TH NOVEMBER 10.30 AM - 5 PM
PLEASE PRESS THE CORRECT DOORBELL - THERE IS SECURITY

SPECIAL THANKS

THE NEHRU CENTRE

PHOTOGRAPHER - DARRYL RIXON

DEBORAH HURST FOR CO HOSTING THE PRIVATE VIEWING

COX AND KINGS FOR A SPECIAL PROMOTION

MIRIAM MARGOLYES FOR OPENING THE EXHIBITION

 

COX AND KINGS - THE WORLD'S LONGEST ESTABLISHED TRAVEL COMPANY CELEBRATES ITS 26TH ANNIVERSARY IN 2018 AND ARE THE ORIGINAL INDIA EXPERTS - THEY KNOW THE COUNTRY INSIDE AND OUT AND IN THE YEAR 2018 THEY WILL INTRODUCE THE NEW INDIA COLLECTION - COX AND KINGS HAVE ADDED SOME NEW SIGNATURE EXPERIENCES WHICH WILL INCLUDE AN OIL LAMP LIT PICNIC IN RURAL RAJASTHAN AND VARANASI WHERE YOU WILL EXPERIENCE THE GANGA AARTI CEREMONY AND ALSO THE SUNSET OVER LAKE PICHOLA ANY MANY OTHER DELIGHTS




IMAGINISM EXHIBITION


Penny Smith's background tells us something about her paintings. Her use of vivid vibrant colours for example speaks of her childhood spent in India.

Penny's choosiness when it comes to materials is instructive - the canvases she uses are of natural linen. As well as oils, egg tempera and 22 carat gold are favored friends – the touch of the gold leaf in some of her painting lends a magical quality – and there are times when she also uses French, Indian and Japanese hand made papers which give her work another dimension.

Penny never makes preliminary drawings on the canvas preferring to paint directly building up fine layers of oil paint this can give a luminous quality to her work.

Penny has held exhibitions in Cornwall, Italy and London, her last work was seen at the Royal Over Seas League in Central London 2017 - The title of the exhibition was “IMAGINISM“

Article by Neil Pearson - Actor / Producer