Monthly Archives: March 2011

April Painting of the Month – Ranger and Windrose chasing Velsheda

The Caribbean reagatta season begins in earnest this week, with the first gun of the St Barths Bucket on Friday 25th March. Fabulous superyachts shaking out the caution of winter for an exuberant, competitive and often dangerous melee in the … Continue reading

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Three Days Left.. Exhibition & Sale

There are only three days left of the exhibition, we have had a great response to the new site and huge support marking the big move into Watts’ Great Studio. To view the exhibition in full please click here.  

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Why Watercolour?

Watercolour, reputedly the most difficult of artist’s media always appealed to me for that very reason: give me a challenge at which I can try to excel and I will thrive. Perversely watercolour appealed for another reason: having been completely … Continue reading

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Temple of Bacchus at Baalbek – Painting of the Month

Alexander Creswell’s Painting of the Month: Temple of Bacchus at Baalbek, Lebanon As fate would have it, I had planned to be painting at Leptis Magna this month. The Roman city of Leptis Magna is in Libya. Given the state … Continue reading

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