Alison Veazey & Sally Fisher

 

Friday 7 - Sunday 16 July 2017
10 am - 5 pm

Opening View: Friday 7 July, 6 - 8 pm
Admission free

 


Alison Veazey

Sally Fisher

Alison Veazey

Sally Fisher

An exhibition of painting, drawing, printmaking and sculpture.

Alison Veazey’s printmaking and painting is characterised by rich colour and striking composition. Landscape is a strong theme, with inspiration taken from the south west peninsula, the Pembrokeshire coast and the Lake District. Well known locally as a printmaker, her most recent works are on a larger scale, in acrylics and mixed media on canvas.

Sally Fisher’s portfolio spans clay sculpture and paintings and drawings of landscape, portraiture and the nude:
“The human form has tireless beauty, and in my drawings I respond to the natural flow of line, life and movement. I like to work with short poses, or a moving dance sequence where the model pauses for a few moments in each pose. This is a huge challenge and an exciting, energetic and gestural way of drawing. It requires intense looking and practice to capture the anatomical line of limb and spirit.”
Sally attends a portrait class with a two-hour sitting: “I paint in oils direct onto canvas with no previous drawing out. It is the most intense experience of looking and painting I have ever done and the concentration is like a Formula One drive!”
She currently teaches oil painting and life drawing in Oxfordshire, and regularly teaches and demonstrates in all media at local art societies in and around Buckinghamshire.
Sally has exhibited her work internationally.

www.sallyfisher.net