Month: May 2010

3rd exhibition 2010, people camped outside for 3 days to be first in the queue…

2010 was the year we realised our life would not be returning to normal… and that we would be working around this rather time consuming and massive element we had in our lives… Kieron’s early career as an artist. It threw up lots of ethical, legal, financial and practical questions and at the time we …

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3rd exhibition 2010, people camped outside for 3 days to be first in the queue…

The Broadland landscape became one of Kieron’s preferred locations, although man made originally as a result of peat digging, it offers artists a landscape filled with movement, from the reeds nodding in the breeze, to the lazy sails that glide¬†past, to the wildlife that features within it, all encapsulated within the big Norfolk skies that …

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3rd exhibition 2010, people camped outside for 3 days to be first in the queue…

Kieron delighted in learning tips and techniques that allowed him to create different effects in his work, scraping a pastel to create sprinkles for example, then rolling a pencil over them to make them stick to the paper! a nightmare when trying to frame up the painting as the sprinkles have a tendency to drop …

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3rd exhibition 2010, people camped outside for 3 days to be first in the queue…

There was an honesty to Kieron’s work in that he painted the sky as it was… he didn’t tweak it to be better balanced, or chocolate boxy, which is often a temptation. He would try to get his boats to look as if they had ‘swallowed a marble!’ to remind himself to try to create …

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