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On Air

It is early morning in the South Luangwa National Park (Zambia, Africa), and the animals did not sleep. The light is warm and the air is fresh, itching the nose and eyes weeping a bit ‘. 246 more words

Wildaim

World

hope you like my world.

My world is in watercolor. 6 more words

Drawing

bGallery exhibits Iain Grant's beautiful artwork

I started painting a long time ago, as a way of relaxing during a busy working life in emergency medicine. Initially I worked in oils almost exclusively, but being in the Navy at the time, this was difficult at sea for a lot of reasons, not least that everyone complained about the smell. 269 more words

The Art Of Faith

The others that are to follow me, the ties between me and them,
The certainty of others, the life, love, sight, hearing of others…
A hundred years hence, or ever so many hundred years hence, 70 more words

Art

“Poetry is good for unleashing..."

“Poetry is good for unleashing images.”

Paula Rego, painter, Portuguese, British

Blog

bGallery Artist Andrew Cottrell's Work

His work you will find is both colorful and textured.  Andrew’s main influences are light and shade and a lot of the landscapes are based on his travels across Europe, Asia, America  and Far Eastern Countries. 71 more words

Gillian Flack exhibits at b Gallery

http://www.gillianflack.co.uk/

http://www.bgallery.co.uk/artist-profile.asp?artistid=64

Painting has always been a large part of Gillian’s life – although originally she trained and worked as an occupational therapist in London. Influenced through instruction by Edward Wesson and Oliver Warman, she exhibits regularly in London at the ROI as well as in the provinces – accepting commissions both in the UK and abroad. 109 more words