Saturday, 26 January 2008

More Historic PE

Another batch being prepared for the coming exhibition... only 1 big one...

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Title : aftermath of the 1902 gale
Size 1100 x 900 mm
This is another of the large storm paintings, taken from a vintage black and white photo.

......and the rest are very tiny canvasses this time, unusual for me but i am enjoying them.

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Title: 78 St Patricks Rd

Size: 150 x 150 mm
Title: 40 St Patricks Rd
Size: 150 x 150 mm
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Title: 44 Sherlock Street

Size: 150 x 150 mm
The next 3 depict the historic museum at 7 Castle Hill, which is the oldest residence in PE still in working order. It was built in the mid 1820s and is furnished with fascinating items from that period, including a wonderful dolls house. In the courtyard, the old water pump and built in sandstone benches are still there.
Title: 7 Castle Hill
Size 150 x 150mm
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Title: 7 Castle Hill, courtyard
Size 150 x 200mm
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Title: 7 Castle Hill, water pump
Size 150 x 200mm

7 comments:

Pamela said...

Very nice.

I especially like the one of 78 St Patricks Road

dunesza said...

Hi there - as avid browser of your art work, I thought you might be interested in this:

http://oneworldevent.blogspot.com/

It's a totally selfish request on my part to perhaps be lucky enough to win a South African painting to hang on my wall:)

:) Caren

PS: Perhaps you'd like my offering in this give away? It's posted on my blog! Have a great day!

Suzi-k said...

hi Pamela, thanks.

cool Caren will check it out.

Sandy Carlson said...

It's always a pleasure to stop here.

Sharon said...

These are all wonderful! They seem so calm.

ImperfectNerd said...

The ship! The ship! My fortune for the SHIP!

Suzi-k said...

Caren, sorry, with all that's been going on, I see I missed the deadline. Imperfect Nerd (love the name) luckily you fortune is safe, the ship is very reasonably priced! Glad you like it.
If you are interested to see the original vintage photo that it is based on, you will find it at
http://arty-fartying-around.blogspot.com/2008/01/romance-of-bygone-era.html