Sold, under consideration and in the window!
Yesterday my wife, Mel, and I braved the fluctuating conditions of the M61 and M6 on a Friday afternoon to deliver fresh works to G1Art Gallery in Windermere, Cumbria. On arrival I noticed that one of a series of three misty, moorland paintings was in the middle of the gallery’s front window! I recently sold one of this series at my Winter Open Studio event and the second in the series is under consideration from a client. The third painting is currently available from G1Art..contact details can be found at ..http://www.g1art.com/
It was good to have time to catch up with Ken Burdon at the gallery and to “chew the cud” whilst he selected new work and booked them in. In the past I’ve usually dropped work off at G1Art and fitted it into a tight “delivery schedule”…the last time was earlier in the year when G1Art was my first “drop off” before heading for The Biscuit Factory Gallery in Newcastle and No.4 Gallery in St. Abbs Scotland! Yesterday I had time to take it easy and as we’d heard on the car radio that there were all sorts of problems on the south-bound carriageway of the M6 for our return home, we decided to relax over a light meal at Cafe Italia http://restaurantsnapshot.com/CafeItalia/. I can recommend this place as I’ve visited it before when I had arrived a little earlier than arranged to drop off work at G1Art Gallery and popped into Cafe Italia for a coffee and a read of the newspaper. Mel and I had a lovely meal (I enjoyed an excellent Ceasar salad…my body’s a temple and I don’t abuse the flesh of the temple!) and the staff are extremely pleasant and attentive.
If you are visting The Lakes do get along to G1Art Gallery for fine art followed by a visit to Cafe Italia (just around the corner from the gallery) for fine fare. The following works are now available from G1Art which is conveniently positioned opposite the only car park in Windermere town centre.