Friday, December 19, 2014

Pop-up show in Rio Vermelho, Florianopolis

 Here are some photos from a pop up show, held last night at  Jonathan Heald's elegant place in Rio Vermelho, in the North of the island:











 Flowers



 Some Bolivian pochades







The evening was a pleasure and it gave me a chance to look over my work from 2014.


Many thanks to all who came, and to J. Heald for his fine hospitality. 

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Tuesday, December 16, 2014

A day on the continent

 Palhoça, a view, oil on card, 18 x 14 cm




 Aguas Mornas, a field, oil on card, 16 x 18 cm




Aguas Mornas, houses, oil on card, 14 x 19.5 cm




A day trip to the continent: I am slowly getting things ready for a longer excursion to Lapa, in Parana, and back again, between christmas and New Year.


Monday, December 15, 2014

Corrego Grande, street

Corrego Grande, street, oil on card, 16 x 17.5 cm

Monday, December 8, 2014

Possible pre-selection for a pop-up show



This is a possible pre-selection for a pop-up show up in Rio Vermelho, at a friend`s house, on the 18th. 

It`s important to show work, if only to give oneself a notion of what one has acheived. I`m going to be showing some pictures from this year- a selection of about forty altogether- and I`ll include work from Bolivia and London, though mainly they`ll be from Brazil. 

I`m fairly happy about the general standard- inevitably, there are repetitions and the odd dud, but I managed to maintain a fair momentum across the months, and after selection the display should be reasonably good.

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To buy work, please email me: Tadeusz5@hotmail.co.uk 

All the pochades cost 120 pounds sterling plus 20 pounds post and packing (this covers up to five pochades). I accept the equivalent in other major currencies. 

Pictures take up to 21 days to arrive.


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Santo Antonio, fields in December

Santo Antonio, fields in December, oil on card, 14 x 16 cm


Thursday, December 4, 2014

Rio Vermelho, nature

Rio Vermelho, nature, oil on card, 15.5 x 17 cm





Rio Vermelho is one of those relatively obscure parts of the island which, like Ratones,  I love to visit.

There is something mysterious about it that invites a sort of painting, derived from Corot (a French master whose work, once so famous, is falling into obscurity) and which concerns the secret.

Wednesday, December 3, 2014

Canto da Lagoa, large tree on a ridge

Canto da Lagoa, large tree on a ridge, oil on card, 15 x 18 cm





Painted close to the where other "ridge" paintings were exectuted: there is a lot of interesting subject matter here: the road curls and undulates happily and there are still small farms despite the encroachment of suburban developments nearby.