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|Title||Pembrokeshire Lane, High summer. by Carol Miller|
A typical Pembrokeshire scene. Many quiet lanes adorned with flora.
|Size||14 x 10|
Free in U.k. Overseas can be arranged.
About The Artist
U3A or the University of the Third Age is a national organization devoted to encouraging activities among senior citizens. Pembrokeshire U3A is fortunate in having two art groups that meet regularly. Individuals are free to choose their subject and their medium and we have members working in oils, pastels, watercolour, acrylic and pen and ink. Most of us are self taught so we not only enjoy one anotherís company but learn from seeing different approaches and techniques.. Occasionally we have demonstrations and workshops with well known artists A number of us are interested in offering our work for sale. We are proud of our artistic standard and want others to enjoy our work and so our prices are pitched at levels that seldom reflect the true value of a painting. We try to keep paintings really affordable and for this reason, a number of us use standard size mounts that fit a wide range of less expensive standard size, but attractive, frames so avoiding the considerable cost of framing to fit.
We sincerely hope you enjoy our paintings.
Began painting in oils many years ago but \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\"She who must be obeyed\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\" finally gave up on the smell and I migrated to oil filled pastels that proved very successful. Various pressures caused me to stop until well into retirement and widowed I began painting again but took the challenge of watercolour that presently is my favoured medium, though acrylics and soft pastel are both vying for attention. Apart from the work exhibited here I paint a range of small paintings that sell quite well on behalf of the local church. I simply love painting and am happy to accept commissions that I will generaye from a photograph supplied. If you wish to contact me I am avalable on 01646 684806 or firstname.lastname@example.org
I began painting in watercolour and a little oil when I was around the age of twelve. I won in a local Eisteddfodd but with the pressures of education then working,marriage and bringing up a family, it was well into retirement that I took up painting again. My interest at present is a form of negative painting which I find very addictive but time consuming. I also paint traditionally and take commissions. All my paintings will fit standard frames of various sizes by the use of mounts and vary from 11 x 14 to 24 x 16. One mount is free of charge but if more are required there is a small charge extra. My contact e:mail is email@example.com.
Sandra T. Stephens
Born Tenby 1950. Happily married to husband Richard who encouraged her to draw and paint until his death in 1999. Sandra then went on to further eduction taking a City and Guilds course and passing with level 2 credits. Sandra has been painting for fourteen years and loves to paint in watercolour and pastels.
A self taught artist who enjoys painting as a hobby and interest in retirement. Is mainly a watercolour artist but also paints in pastels. Her subjects are mainly animals and flowers as well as some local scenes in Pembrokeshire.
Vicki also paints for pleasure and is a self taught artist. She receives commissions for her work and was once a regional winner of the television series \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\"Watercolour Chellenge\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\" going on to take part in the final. She specialises in local Pembrokeshire street scenes or landscapes.
Gwen is a prolific artist and quite modest. Gwen is retired and has enjoyed painting and drawing from a young age as a school-girl. After several years of expert tuition locally with Yvonne Mannings she held many annual exhibitions in Tenby, Pembrokeshire, where she sold to visitors worldwide.
I have always shown an interest in drawing and painting and coming to beautiful Pembrokeshire from London where I was born, I found the inspiration to continue my art. After retirement from a busy career in nursing, I attended and still do various art classes and workshops given by local artists and now enjoy an absorbing hobby. Pembrokeshire is a County that inspires artists and as such there are plenty of opportunities to exhibit art. I therefore,exhibit regularly and find it rewarding meeting up with like minded people.
Independent exhibitions for individuals in the group plus a full week annual exhibition in Carew Pembrokeshire for both groups. We have our Annual Art Exhibition jn August starting on 21st August 2012 at Carew Methodist Community Hall from 10a.m.to 5 p.m. daily until 27th August with the exception of Sunday 26th August. Parking and entrance free. Refreshments available and all welcome.
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