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A very familiar ‘rouge’ location:

Highgate-cafe

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Glimpsed from behind the trees is a view of Alexandra Palace. Best in winter – provided the sky is bright……

AllyPally2

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In the mist the bridge looks more mysterious, so a broad brush seemed appropriate.

bridge-at-kenwood

 

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Enough sunshine to paint outside still – but even little Nell was feeling the cold. Looks like the Lauderdale House renovation will be finished in time for the exhibition in November.

lauderdale-with-steps

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The daffodils are out and so are some hardy bluebells. But it’s also great to be inside and transported to some far away art treasures through outstanding presentations by leading experts. Soon it will be Venice (with musical accompaniment) then the following month we will be off to Japan!

Kenwood-from-rivulet

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No more basements, fewer HGVs and  a rethink on the dams on Hampstead Heath. But now that Spring looks probable and Summer possible, it will be great to take a proper stroll again…

Heath-with-grasses

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Local views at a local exhibition. From Friday 5th ‘Darwin’s Greenhouse’ and ‘Flask Walk’ will be making an appearance at the Highgate Literary & Scientific Institution’s Highgate Gallery. The exhibition is on until the 18th February. Watch this space for news of several more Hampstead paintings going local!

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