Patricia Davidson

Abstracted mixed media paintings, prints and drawings inspired by landscape, cities and interiors.

New York was my subject matter five years ago after a very inspiring visit to America. In contrast current work is inspired by a small area of Suffolk countryside, close to home. I've been drawing and painting using this as a source and find it endlessly inspiring. It changes constantly, weather, season, time of day and farming.

I trained at Glasgow School of Art and drawing has always been the base of how I start. I also have a good visual memory. With this subject matter I worked with charcoal, monoprint and paint. Small pieces and some larger work. Some work has become more abstracted but in all of them my main purpose has been to capture a moment in time combined with a sense of timelessness.

See work at Old Dairy Studios, Beccles by contacting Tricia on : -

01502 725288   or   07875 124346

patricia_beccles@hotmail.com

www.patricia-davidson.com  

 Exhibitions in 2018

This year I have work on show at Aldeburgh Art Gallery,143 High Street, Aldeburgh IP15 5AN  with Bill Haward and Bill Ungless  19-25th April 2018 from 10am-5pm.  

The next ODS trail and show is at Old Dairy Studios in Beccles and at artists studios in Brampton from 25th to 28th May at 11am to 5pm. For details check the main ODS website and look out for brochures now in local cafes and shops..

Bill Haward and I have open studios at 14 Evans Close, Reydon, Suffolk IP1 86PU as part of Southwolds Art Festival. This is part of a trail comprising artists studios in Reydon. Concurrently there is a preview exhibition of all the trail artists at Southwold Arts Centre, St Edmunds Hall, Cumberland Road, Southward, Suffolk IP18 6JP from 1st to 30th June 2018

During Sept 2018  I will be showing work with other ODS artists and crafts workers at Craftco, 40A High Street, Southwold.

 Later in 2018 Bill Haward, Marilyn Jackson and I share the Aldeburgh gallery (details above) for an exhibition of new work from 25th to 31st October.

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