Copper Beeches

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I’m delivering this tomorrow,

deer park smallalong with this…

cold bolton abbey smallTwo new big paintings off to Wetherby for Art in the Priory. There will be framed prints on display too, along with prints, cards and lanterns in the gift shop. I’ve never been before and I’m quite excited. Everyone tells me that it’s the most beautiful place.

The exhibition is open 10 til 4 at Syningthwaite Priory, Friday 17th – Sunday 19th January 2014.

7 thoughts on “Copper Beeches

  1. Hi Kate – Have just got home from a lovely day out with The Priory Art Exhibition as the focus of our day. (Thank you for your e-mail telling us about this). The exhibition was wonderful & in such a stunning setting too. Absolutely loved your Bolton Abbey picture. – what a pity it was sold!
    I had hoped to be able to buy a Whitby lantern but unfortunately there weren’t any. Are you likely to be making any more sometime soon?
    With every good wish – Veronica

  2. Thank you Veronica! I’ll email you about Whitby Lanterns. I should have them back in stock next week.

  3. Hi Kate – have been reading my latest Homes and Antiques (delivered late as I live in Tasmania, Australia) and am very taken with your art work, particularly Copper Beeches. Is it possible for me to purchase a print of this artwork anywhere (on line obviously, – we were in the UK earlier this year but it is unlikely we will be back there in the next few years). I absolutely love your work and this one in particular appeals to me – the colours, the peace and the ‘wetness’ of the water. I hope to hear from you.

    regards Dianne Scetrine

  4. Hello.
    My husband (Tom Russell)has just ordered copper beaches a print. It looks amazing.
    I know this may sound silly but where was your inspiration for this? Where is copper beaches?
    All your work is simply wonderful.
    Thank you

  5. Thank you! It’s a view accross the lake in the Deer park at Fountains Abbey in North Yorkshire. We didn’t seem to get much of an Autumn last year, but 2013 was pretty spectacular and i sat under a horse chestnut tree (in the rain actually) and did the drawings for this one. It is a beautiful place. I’m be gilding the print tomorrow, so hopefully it will be with you by the middle of next week.

  6. My son bought me a Whitby Lantern and I was delighted. I lived there until 1962 when I got married there 54 years ago sit is very special as well as a beautiful and very realistic piece of work. Thank you and Good Luck for the future
    Win Taylor

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