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FEBRUARY NEWSLETTER

FEBRUARY NEWSLETTER Welcome to February’s newsletter, this month we look at the work of four artists: Ben Hughes, Rosemary Bonney, Christine Rogers and Ann Kopka.  Their work, alongside others, will be represented in our new Virtual Exhibition of Landscapes and Cityscapes, running from February 25th-March 31st 2024.  The exhibition will be in aid of the Alzheimer’s…

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December Newsletter

Welcome to December’s newsletter. Are you starting to feel Christmasy yet? It has got colder and we have had a bit of snow. Here, at Art Gallery SW we would like to thank you for your continuing support over the last year and wish you a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! Watch out…

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November Newsletter

Welcome to November’s newsletter!  As the last month of Autumn fast approaches and there is suddenly a chill in the air, take some time to find a cosy chair and discover this month’s new selection of semi-abstract works. Kirsten Elswood ‘Earth Scented Breeze’ B.Reynell ‘Feel the Wave’

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SEPTEMBER NEWSLETTER

  Welcome to the September newsletter, this month we focus on artists that have been inspired by the beauty and diversity of British flowers: from humble verge growing wildflowers to those showy sought-after cultivars. Flowers present a unique challenge for the artist with their subtle changes in colour and their intricate patterns and petal shapes. Enjoy…

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JULY NEWSLETTER

Welcome to July’s newsletter. This month the spotlight turns to some exceptional gallery artists who are inspired by the human form. From skillful and quickly sketched watercolour scenes to detailed, enigmatic portraits and explorations of the human form in motion. This varied and interesting selection has something for all.  Martin Maxim ‘To Swim or Not to Swim’ Martin Maxim This watercolour scene was quickly sketched by…

Anita Saunders
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Anita Saunders

Anita Saunders – a passion for print As a painter printmaker, Anita spends her days creating original artwork inspired by the natural world around her, from her studio in The Cotswolds. “Even if my walks take me on the same well-trodden footpath or bridleway, there’s always something different to see. With a huge variety of…