Oil Painting for a Group Exhibition

painting of an imaginary landscape by Pat Harrison

Green Hills

A little while ago I told you about our Art Society´s plans to produce a joint painting for our group exhibition. The painting was to consist of 12 individual paintings which would have resulted in a giant size canvas of 30 x 480 cm (12 x 189 in).

When the canvases were presented we found that the style and colour scheme of our artists were so different that a joint presentation would have been impossible. We therefore decided that we would use separate corners of the exhibition hall giving every artist the opportunity to show his or her paintings in the surroundings of his own works.

We also came to the conclusion that next time we want to undertake a project like that we should work together in the same room. This would allow us to adapt the colours and details of each painting to the one to be positioned next to it in the exhibition.

The painting on display here will be one of my contributions painted in water soluble oils on a 30x40cm canvas. Please contact me via my contact page to enquire about the original or limited edition prints which are available in different sizes.

 You will find more pictures here and an enlarged view after clicking on the painting.

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About landscape painter

Painting and drawing have been my passion from early childhood. I have attended numerous exhibitions in England and Germany. Presented with the Judges Award at a show I now have one of my paintings on permanent display at a museum in Greater London with growing sales and commissions.
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