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Latheron Art Show 2014


These are the paintings that I am showing at the Latheron Art Show, next weekend, 23rd to 25th May.

"Sunset at Loch More" - watercolour - 13 x 18 cm


"Maiden Pap" - watercolour - 16 x 26 cm


"The Old Inn at Milton, Dunbeath" - watercolour - 16 x 26 cm


"Thulachan, Strathmore" - watercolour - 16 x 26 cm





Comments

  1. Well Keith , you've chosen some really amazing pieces.. If I had to choose I honestly would not be able.
    I wish you luck with the show. I welcome and thank you for all your suggestions .. Yes, that 30 min. timer sounds really good.. I sometimes just don't know where and when to STOP!
    BJ

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  2. Nice work Keith, I hope you are able to sell some Pieces.
    Cheers,
    Phil

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  3. Wish i could visit it, ... it would be awesome to see your work in real life I'll guess.

    Good luck!

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  4. They are all beautiful, but I love Maiden Pap. I really hope the show goes well, Keith; I will be thinking of you. My great-great-grandfather, James MacGregor, came from either Latheron or Keith (there is some confusion regarding his birth place), so I'm almost one of the locals...

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    1. Thanks Diane.

      ".......came from either Latheron or Keith......."
      That's certainly a coincidence, Latheron is just down the road from where I live.

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  5. Hi there Keith!..... Three winners! I like the variation of subject matter and perspectives that you have selected.

    Good luck with sales! Fingers crossed for you!

    Good Painting!
    Warmest regards,
    Bruce

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    1. Hi Bruce, glad you like the selection, I hope there are some potential buyers who agree with you.

      All the best,
      Keith

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  6. Fabulous paintings, every one ... but I particularly like the old mill. Those luscious dark tones give it real depth. I hope the exhibition went well for you Keith and that all of these are now hanging on someone else's wall.

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  7. Thanks John, I'll find out how many have sold tomorrow. One has certainly gone.

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