Sunday, 7 April 2013

Sunday, a day off, lunch at Quex Barn and a sketch, photos of the new exhibits at The Turner Contemporary


Art, food, sunshine, altogether a good day off today.
This is the sketch from Quex Barn, I didn’t really finish it as there wasn’t time, but I hope it give a bit of the feel of the place, pot of tea, apple juice and two steak sarnies about £18 inc a tip.

It should also be noted that they have an excellent farm shop, as you may be able to see from the pictures.

On to the Turner Contemporary, I particularly enjoyed the John Downton Awards exhibition of young Kent artists, this picture “Broken Bowl” by Laura Simmons which I am pretty sure is oil on canvas, was my favourite. I have always been interested in the area where the eye is deceived, in this case the shine on the pottery.

I was please to find that nearly all of the exhibits were working today, including the one with the typewriter.

Here is the link to the first batch of photos from my phone https://plus.google.com/photos/103118335852639233427/albums/5864154208250323601?banner=pwa


I hope you can see them I am still working on this cloud computing lark.

I don't see this interesting many people but I have added Winsor red to my travel painting box


Got a couple of the blues the wrong way round, but you get the general idea.


The trick here is not so much about being clever at mixing up the right colour as being ble to do it very fast without much water.


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