Online Exhibition 2020

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26 FPAA members have submitted 51 works to this year’s exhibition – which is being held online due to the Coronavirus retrictions.

Please use the links at the bottom of the page to download a catalogue, send us a comment, vote for your favourite work – or to express an interest in buying something!

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6.40pm Storm

Felicity Brown

Acrylic

61cm x 66cm

£155

Don’t Touch the Bear

Anna De La Mare

Acrylic

28.5cm x 32.5cm

£95

Birds

Susan Fenables

Pastels

28cm x 38cm

£30

The Edge of the Wood

John Frederick Black

Oil on board

61cm x 61cm

£Negotiable

Corinna

Paul Hill

Pencil

30cm x 22cm

£NFS

Bananas

Mike Juhasz

Oil on canvas

30cm x 30cm

£45

Evening Walk, Kinewell Lake

Marlene Snee

Watercolour

34cm x 24cm

£165

Betws-y-Coed (Snowdonia)

Marion Smart

Watercolour

40cm x 30.5cm

£80

Cockerel

Linda Jackson

Oil

51cm x 40.5cm

£80

My Garden

Glenys Ingram

Pen & ink

21cm x 15cm

£NFS (prints available)

Hibiscus

Jonna Andersen

Watercolour

48cm x 36cm

£105

Sarah-Jane

Paul Hill

Pencil

30cm x 22cm

£NFS

Sunflowers

Annabelle Paramour

Gouache

28cm x 23.5cm

£60

The Circus is Coming to Town

Brenda McKetty

Acrylic / mixed media

50cm x 50cm

£375

Standing Stones X

John Frederick Black

Oil on canvas

51cm x 41cm

£Negotiable

That’s My Chair

John Bailey

Pencil

59cm x 42cm

£50

Comma

Charlotte Sinfield

Graphite

20cm x 25.5cm

£NFS

Old Sea Dog

Jill Smith

Graphite & charcoal

23cm x 16cm

£NFS

Mum in her Final Year

Jennifer Patel

Oil on canvas board

20cm x 20.5cm

£NFS

Gabriel in the Mist

Jean Daker

Oil

40cm x 40cm

£NFS

Reclining Model

Graham Plant

Pastel

40cm x 58cm

£100

Rose

Chris Poole

Pastel (soft)

30cm x 30.cm

£NFS

Trafalgar Square Before Lockdown

Brenda Hargreaves

Oil

50cm x 40cm

£100

Indian Boy with Parrots

Jane Young

Oil on primed paper

42cm x 30cm

£500

Kari Trees in South Western Australia

Glenys Ingram

Watercolour

21cm x 15cm

£NFS (prints available)

Kings Lynn Harbour, Norfolk

April Booth

Oil

51cm x 40cm

£140

Small Tortoiseshell

Charlotte Sinfield

Graphite

20cm x 25.5cm

£NFS

Portrait of a Friend

Anna De La Mare

Acrylic

29cm x 29cm

£500

Spring Garden

Susan Fenables

Pen & wash

28cm x 19cm

£25

Contemplation

Brenda McKetty

Acrylic on canvas

50cm x 50cm

£375

Ross-on-Wye

Marion Smart

Watercolour

42cm x 29.5cm

£80

Between the Posts

Sharon Ingram

Mixed media

52cm x 42cm

£120

Lighthouse, Newhaven

Mike Juhasz

Oil

50cm x 60cm

£130

Coral Magic

Marlene Snee

Watercolour

35cm x 35 cm

£185

Bonsai

Jonna Andersen

Watercolour

51cm x 42cm

£105

Sir Tom

Linda Jackson

Watercolour

30cm x 28cm

£90

Two Redheads

John Lynch

Pastel

42cm 27.6cm

£NFS

Sea Shore

John Lynch

Pastel

42cm 27.6cm

£NFS

Nasturtiums

Diana Black

Mixed media

29cm x 21cm

£100

Begonia Beleaf

Annabelle Paramour

Gouache

27.5cm x 37cm

£50

Evening Light Over Antibes

Brenda Hargreaves

Oil

28cm x 35cm

£80

Just in Reach

Sharon Ingram

Acrylic, ink & pastel

29cm x 34cm

£85

Summer

John Bailey

Mixed media inks

61cm x 61 cm

£100

Dandelion Clock

Jill Smith

Coloured pencil

19cm x 22.5cm

£30

Seated Model

Graham Plant

Pastel

57cm x 41cm

£100

Venice Lagoon

April Booth

Oil

40cm x 51cm

£140

Path to the Beach

Jane Young

Oil on canvas

35cm x 25cm

£300

Rosemary

Jennifer Patel

Oil

20cm x 20.5cm

£NFS

Bertie

Felicity Brown

Acrylic

46cm x 35.5cm

£NFS

Sugar

Diana Black

Charcoal  & pastel

20cm x 15cm

£NFS

Evan

Chris Poole

Pastel (soft)

30cm x 30cm

£NFS

Visitors book

“We enjoyed looking at the online exhibition on the recommendation of our friend who is a member. We have several pieces of her artwork and we love it, brings us so much pleasure.”

“Congratulations to all concerned.”

“We enjoyed looking at this, especially as our niece has 2 paintings in the exhibition
and we are very proud of her talent.”

“A great way to exhibit, in view of the circumstances, and I can keep looking back until I choose a favourite!”

“Lots of talent on display, and a very impressive website – well done to all concerned. It is lovely to have art to see, even though we are all so restricted at this present time. It certainly lifts the spirits and enables art to be available and accessible to so many more people.”

“I loved the inclusion of poetry and being able to hear it read by the poet. Although I have chosen my No.1 piece of visual art work, my overall favourite work is by Tony Roberts – his incredibly moving poem, “Nunc Dimittis”. Thank you.”

“What a lovely collection of work – and what a smoothly working website! Having the exhibition on-line makes it possible to really look at each piece without distractions (and in comfort), and to keep going back to look again and again. Whatever happens next year, please also have it on-line!”

“What a splendid and easy to navigate website. I enjoyed both the pictures and the poetry.”

“Very nice works in the exhibition, and I love looking online. I will return and look again.”

“I have known about this splendid website for a long time – but never before spent so much time exploring it. There is so much to find. The details about your Featured Artists, plus their pieces, is very good to spend time with. Also the Featured Poets, their backgrounds and their work. I will take much time, in the future, to make sure that I discover all that the site offers – and to keep up-to-date!”

“Extraordinary work. Thank you.”

“I am hugely impressed with the diversity of artwork in the exhibition. It is easily accessed and clearly displayed. So much so that choosing a favourite is a nightmare, they are ALL so good. Well done to all involved, an excellent exhibition.”

“A lovely collection. I loved the landscapes and the dog pictures. Bertie has such wonderful warm eyes. This is a great way to see the exhibition, thank you!”

“What a treat. This brings a smile to my face, midst the darkness of the present pandemic restrictions. It is wonderful to see the artwork and to read – and listen to – the poetry in such a well-displayed way. Thank you.”

“I’m not very good on my computer but this was very easy to navigate. I loved the art especially the landscapes.

“Personally, I prefer to see the paintings on the website, rather than crowded together with other paintings nearby, and sometimes with others milling around. I shall spend an enjoyable time examining them whilst sitting in my chair with a cup of tea!”

“I am astounded by the way you have displayed this exhibition. Well done! It is a pity that you couldn’t display at the museum this year – but, in some ways, this is even better.”

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