British Plein Air Painters – Inaugural Exhibition

British Plein Air Painters – Inaugural Exhibition

In October I had the pleasure and privilege of being part of inaugural exhibition for the British Plein Air Painters at the Menier Gallery in London. The show feature more than 200 original paintings by 27 contemporary British artists who work ‘en plein air’. As one of the founding members of the group I have been heavily involved in the preparations for the exhibition over the past year and the collective efforts of everyone involved enabled us to put on a great show!

Some of the work I exhibited is shown below, along with some pictures taken during the show. Despite all the hard work it was well worth the efforts with lots of visitors, sales and positive feedback. We very much hope to be able to have a similar sort of show at some point in the future.

Creek at Port Navas

Creek at Port Navas

High tide, Bedruthan Steps

High tide, Bedruthan Steps

Evening light, Trebarwith Strand

Evening light, Trebarwith Strand

Surfers at Polzeath

Surfers at Polzeath

Bright and breezy, Cley Mill

Bright and breezy, Cley Mill

Heavy snow, Mill Lane, Stony Stratford

Heavy snow, Mill Lane, Stony Stratford

Late afternoon stroll along the River Ouse

Late afternoon stroll along the River Ouse

Warm sunshine, Everdon

Warm sunshine, Everdon

High tide hustle and bustle, Morston

High tide hustle and bustle, Morston

A shot of me outside the gallery

A shot of me outside the gallery

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