March Exhibition

Image Credit: Veronica Charlesworth

Artizan Gallery, 7 Lucius Street, Torquay, TG2 5UW

01803 428626
juliebrandon@artizangallery.co.uk
https://www.art-hub.co.uk/mar2018

Friday 09 March 2018 – Friday 30 March 2018
Private View: 9 March 2018 at 6-8pm
Opening Hours: Mon-Fri 12-6pm; Sat 9am-5pm
Booking recommended
https://www.art-hub.co.uk/events-1/march-exhibition

Recent arrivals to the South Devon area, expert watercolourists, and husband and wife duo, Michael McDonagh Wood and Veronica Charlesworth, offer their first Devon exhibition since 2006, curating a selection of stunning watercolour works that the pair are internationally renowned for.

Both now work primarily in watercolours, finding the medium suits their respective focuses; for Veronica, this is capturing the natural world in vivid still life, floral works and landscape paintings, whilst for Michael, it is the capture of the fluid spaces where architecture and water meet in stunning Venice scenes that he has become widely known for. ​

Together and individually, they have exhibited extensively across the United Kingdom, Europe and the USA and supply galleries nationally with high quality, signed, limited edition prints. This exhibition offers the unique opportunity to view a curation of original works from both artists including a range of European and local scenes.

 

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