The “Bridges of Dee” Private View

After all the painting, all the planning, all the panics, and all the brilliant ideas, collectively we made it.  Setting up took a mere two hours, partly because some of the paintings are rather big, and partly because we had actually thought about it beforehand.


As you can see, we had a goodly crowd at the Private View.  It was great to see so many of my friends and to meet those I have only met on-line before.  There were many pleasing comments (well, they were my friends, after all),  and sales were healthly too!

Among our guests were the Mayor and Mayoress of Llangollen on what turned out to be their last official engagement of their year of office.  I expected a quarter of an hour visit, but they were both interested in painting and stayed for over an hour.  This photo shows the Lady Mayoress (with the beautiful blonde hair which goes with the picture) and me (in red).  The picture is called “Flintshire gold” and show the last and latest bridge over the Dee near Flint.  Just beyond it is “Inundation”  showing the Dee in Flood in Farndon.



4 thoughts on “The “Bridges of Dee” Private View”

  1. So sorry not to have made it- Working! How long does the Exhibition run? Freddie C

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