Resident Artist

I am proud and thrilled to announce that the lovely people at The Little Mesters’ Recording Confederacy have invited me join their family as resident artist.

Please check out the website and listen and buy the fantastic music on the label. These folks are brimming with creative and artistic talent and great people as well who really deserve recognition. Please give them your support .

http://littlemestersrecords.com/

They said some nice things about me also !

Artist Keith How has joined our family!!

He paints beautiful paintings and looks like an italian mob boss, godfather and now resident artist for yours faithfully LMRC

Check out his great works on the links.

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“SATORI”

I have been thrilled to work with musician Jim Ghedi producing artwork for his project “Satori”.

Listen o Jim here  https://soundcloud.com/jim-ghedi

A inner city photo shoot with photographer Billy Bye and then a live painting at the Audacious Art Experiment . Another photo shoot with photographer India Hobson this time a rural affair out in the woodlands.

You can see what fun we had here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/lowhorizons/

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Great Longstone Art Show

Great Longstone was great fun . I was able to exhibit with fellow Yeld Arters Debbie Stone and Gary Wingrove . Happily three people have given homes to some Low Horizons landscapes.

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WOW

What a couple of weeks. Flying out to Pori Finland for my exhibition with John Rogers at Galleria Elise. A great opening night and a brilliant response.

Back to Sheffield to do “LIVE ART” . Painting while Jim Ghedi and Neal Heppleston played songs from the forthcoming album “Satori ” . I named my piece “Satori” as I painted directly on to the wall at The Audacious Art Experiment.

Coming up next I will be exhibiting in the Great Longstone Art Show .

If you have time check out http://www.flickr.com/photos/lowhorizons/http://www.flickr.com/photos/lowhorizons/

https://www.facebook.com/events/534919856570720/

to view images from Pori and Sheffield……

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” between nothingness and eternity” Gallerie ELISE 12-27 july 2013

“Between Nothingness and Eternity”.

 

Artists Notes:

“ Above the toil of life my soul

Is a Bird of Fire winging the Infinite” (Sri Chinmoy).

 

paintings inspired by the record “ Birds of Fire” by Mahavishnu Orchestra and the poems of Sri Chimnoy .

 

front cover : “The Red Thread”                           ( acrylic) .

side one

  1. ‘Birds of Fire”                                                  ( mixed media)
  2. “Miles Beyond (Miles Davis) “                         ( acrylic)
  3. “Celestial Terrestrial Commuters”                   ( mixed media)
  4. “Sapphire Bullets of Pure Love “                      (mixed media on vintage plywood)
  5. “Thousand Island Park”                                  (acrylic)
  6. “ Hope ”                                                           (acrylic)

Side two

  1. “ One Word”                                                    (mixed media)
  2. “Sanctuary”                                                     (acrylic)
  3. “ Open Country Joy”                                        (oils)
  4. “Resolution”                                                    (acrylic)

 

back cover : “Beyond Nothingness and Eternity” ( acrylic)

 

Journey’s End:  “The Golden Eye of the Supreme”.

 

The inspiration for these paintings finds me seeking to break free of former ideas and concepts . “ Miles Beyond “ (2) was a breakthrough . Inspired by the space and freedom found in the intricate music I discovered the “zen calligraphy” that echoes through nature . Branches , star clusters, bird flight , winding rivers and horizons , leaf and stalk shapes. They are all around but we often miss their beauty and message.

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safe and sound

Good news from Finland . All paintings have arrived safe and sound . Excellent service from T.N.T. Express .

In the mean time my thoughts turn to artwork for Jim Ghedi’s new album and also a rather exciting experiment .More Later !

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