Small is beautiful

Langley End Studio artist, Gill Ayre has been creating beautiful little landscapes – at affordable prices! For details of the individual paintings please go to the gallery pages on Gill’s own website https://gillayre.co.uk/

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I have really enjoyed making small paintings recently, and have created new ones in my ‘Elemental’ series and my ‘Journeys in Solitude’ series. Here is a taster, but to see the individual paintings please go to the gallery pages.

A selection of each of these series of paintings is available to buy in the Christmas exhibitions at both The Wynd Gallery in Letchworth and Art Van Go, in Knebworth.

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Solo Exhibition at Art Van Go, Knebworth, November 2017

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Earlier this week I had the pleasure of putting up a solo show of my work from the last couple of years. The exhibition will be on throughout November, until 2nd December.

The work on exhibition represents 2 main bodies of work:

Herts Woods – was inspired by the abundance of local woodlands in Hertfordshire, and the development of the largest newly planted area of woodland in the UK, Heart Wood.

Coastal Marshlands – was inspired by frequent trips to the East Anglian coast, with its distinctive salt marshes.

Other work on show in this exhibition does not fit into any particular category but represents more recent work exploring my constant fascination with the natural world, through different mediums. Having worked in oils for many years I am currently exploring working with different acrylic paints and inks, to enable me to work quicker and more expressively.

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‘On duty’ at the Wynd Gallery

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The Wynd Gallery has just put up its 3rd exhibition since we opened in September, and as a member of this gallery co-operative, I am taking my turn at being on duty in the gallery for the day, which is a lovely opportunity to look at the new exhibition. If you are in the area why don’t you pop in and see for yourself – early Christmas present shopping? Here’s a taster:

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