New Original Paintings For Sale
The lovely Ruth at Limited 2 Art, has 5 of my original paintings available in her gallery.
All prices are inclusive of VAT and UK delivery.
My first contact with Ruth was a long telephone conversation. She’s a lovely warm woman, with a fun personality. Most importantly she loves my artwork, viewing it with empathy and insight. In that first phone call, she said “all of these women are you, aren’t they?”.
When I said yes, Ruth, replied, giggling “you change your hair colour a lot then, don’t you?”.
She is warm, fun, incredibly in touch with art, personally and professionally.
The day these 5 paintings were delivered to Limited 2 Art, Ruth contacted me to tell me they are beautiful, she is very happy with them and how peaceful she feels looking at them. (an unusual human touch for a gallery owner, believe me!)
In the last 2 years (while I have been mostly unable to work, due to severe depression), I have been approached by an agent (to represent my work for licensing) and 2 art galleries.
Of course, I was approached, as they recognised my art as a commercial commodity that will sell (they are business people, this is what they do). I spoke with them on the phone, I checked out their websites and the other artists they represented, they were all professional nice people, but… none of them ‘felt’ right.
There wasn’t any warmth, humour or interest in my art (or me) at a personal level, during my conversations with them.
My artwork is a product of my heart & soul, of my Gentle Self. These 5 paintings are a part of me. Of course I am careful about who handles them for me.
I want my work in a gallery as it deserves to be seen in person. That has always been important to me.
Throughout my time as an artist, I have only put my work in galleries that feel right. Of course a gallery owner will see my art as a commercial product. Yet I need them to also connect with it and me.
Seems like I have achieved that.
I am a Resident Artist at Limited 2 Art.
It is the best buzz to be included, in what is predominantly, a Washington Green gallery.