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Land and a Cow

Land and a Cow
6th September - 27th September 2014

Land and a Cow


Exhibition Pics

(Click on thumbnails to view. Images record the full catalogue shown during the exhibition dates.)

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Anne Campbell

Born and brought up on the Isle of Lewis, Anne Campbell studied painting at Edinburgh College of Art before returning to the island to live. Her interest is in place: the land itself and the relationship between the land and the animals, birds and people who live on it or pass through. The paintings shown here are based on notes and sketches made while walking and working outdoors. The subtlety of light and variance in the seaso ... Read More

David Greenall

David Greenall was born on Merseyside in 1947, left school at 15, and worked in the Building and Fishing industries before taking up painting in his late twenties.

His paintings and drawings are infused with a knowledge and understanding of light and its happy accidents. His use of colour within a simple compositional framework points to the innate gifts of one who, like Gauguin, abstracts from nature while dreaming before ... Read More

Ruth O'Dell

Ruth O’Dell graduated from Winchester School of Art with an Honours degree in 1986 and worked with her partner David Greenall, also a painter, at their studio in Sandgate, Kent, until the birth of their first daughter in 1989. Moving in 1991 to the Isle of Lewis, a second daughter was born in 1992.

Working from sketchbook studies in pencil, the work is then carried forward in the studio using a variety of mediums including ... Read More

Simon Rivett

“One’s destination is never a place, but a new way of seeing things.” – Henry Miller

Simon Rivett has been painting landscape since 1988, from his days as a student at Goldsmith’s College, London painting the declining industrial landscape of his home in Newcastle, to the last twenty three years spent living in and exploring the unique rural landscape of the Outer Hebrides.

He says "I like to take tim ... Read More