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Exhibition at Lyth Art Centre

The Summer Exhibition at Lyth Art Centre - - starts 1st July and runs until 31st August. The preview is 30th June 20.00 - 22.00.

I have a number of my paintings on show, including this one.

"A Farm in Snow", watercolour, 16 x 26 cm


  1. Good afternoon Keith!... Raining... again ... in Rockport, so I thought I'd get off a couple of emails to friends.

    Hope that your sales at your summer exhibition are as brisk... as this lovely winterscape is bright and crisp! A real winner Keith!

    Good luck with your enterprise!

    Good Painting... and many sales!
    Warmest regards,

    1. Thanks Bruce. Nothing like the weather in the painting now: we are in the middle of a sudden, mini-heatwave!

      All the best,

  2. I was a bit taken aback when I saw your winter painting as I know that you are in the middle of summer, and your recent paintings have reflected just that. I do hope that the exhibition goes really well - in all possible ways. Thinking of you, Diane

    1. We are having a colder summer than usual, but fortunately not that bad! Thanks for your best wishes Diane.

  3. Wishing you all the best at your exhibition Keith. The art centre looks really nice, hope you get the visitors all the way up to Wick, at this time of year it should go well.

    1. Thanks Caroline. Yes it's a nice place, and things are going well so far.


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