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'Abstract' Art Workout 18th June 2020

Updated: Jul 2, 2020

Mike Squires - 'Charlie' - Digital

Angela Musil - Abstract One - Acrylic

Clive Dand - Figure in the Studio - Pastel

Clive Dand - Bowl of Roses - Collage

Angela Musil - Abstract Two - Acrylic

Mike Squires - Marilyn Monroe - Digital Illustration

Angela Musil - Abstract Three - Acrylic

Ali Kilby - Meadow - Acrylic on 300gsm watercolour paper

"Inspired by my dog walks in the Kent countryside"

Ali Kilby - Watergarden - Acrylic on canvas

"I used our family names as a start (written all over the canvas) I was inspired by the colours in my garden and it just developed from there."

Pamela Hudson - Into The Blue - Watercolour

Sally White - At Hole Park Garden - Watercolour

Gunda Cannon - Shed No Tears - Watercolour, Pen and Ink

“The present time has thrown some things into sharp relief – all the things we liked, loved and took for granted. Sometimes we would like to cry like a little child about the hope and certainties lost. But nothing ever stays the same, anyway, even if we think it does. There is always evolution and often, with hindsight, bad things have a way of bringing about good. So shed no tears, everything will be alright in the end.”

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Alison Chandler
Jun 20, 2020

Full of admiration - abstract art is not easy, as those of us who have tried and failed know!!


Jun 19, 2020

Some great paintings, I am Most unsuccessful at managing an abstract so I am full of admiration for the colourful and imaginative work on show. Congratulations to everyone!

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