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We hope that you will be able to join us for the Private View of 12@Menier on Tuesday 23rd February 6 – 8.30pm 12@Menier is an exhibition of work by twelve contemporary artists focussing on notions of representation and abstraction … Continue reading

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Drawn to Drypoint – An Egyptian Selection

A selection of Egyptian inspired etchings and drypoints are now available to buy directly from Drawn to Drypoint. Please visit adelewagstaff.co.uk for more information.

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The 2nd Upper Egypt Salon, Luxor 2014

While in Luxor recently I was really pleased to be able to view the 2nd Upper Egypt Salon at the Faculty of Fine Art in it’s last days and it was great to be able to attend the closing party … Continue reading

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New ways with still life part III – Inspired by the Arts

The final installment of this three-part series on still-life painting is now available in the August 2012 issue of Artists & Illustrators. This article takes the theme ‘inspired by the arts’, and focuses on still life arrangements which include musical … Continue reading

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Reductive drawing and tone – Life drawing: 2

The second part of my article on drawing the nude is now available in the March issue of the Artist magazine. Reductive drawing and tone discusses how this technique may be used when drawing from both the figure, and the … Continue reading

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A homage to the unknown craftman

When I first saw the exhibition Grayson Perry The Tomb of the Unknown Craftsman advertised early last year I have been very much looking forward to seeing it. Unlike so many ‘blockbuster’ exhibitions this one certainly didn’t disappoint. I have … Continue reading

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