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Thursday December 11th

If you haven’t already called in to our Picture Gallery to see the current exhibition by Gillian Lee Smith ‘We all Cast Shadows’ then there is still time and we also now have her self published book in a paperback version with a hardback version on its way from the publishers soon. 94 more words

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Heart Gallery's first ever GIVEAWAY

Looking for the lights

This fabulous limited edition printby award winning artist Gillian Lee Smith is a prize on our first ever GIVEAWAY over on our Heart Gallery… 51 more words

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Getting to the easel - part two

Following on from my last post I have been thinking even more on the subject of procrastination and getting to the easel. One of the biggest myths I have discovered – is that artists need freedom – freedom to decide where and when to work, no rules, just a desire to create good work. 532 more words

Gillian Lee Smith

Sketchbook Sunday

I don’t think there is ever a week that goes by that I don’t do some work in my sketchbooks. They are a valuable resource to me – as long as I have these beginnings of ideas worked out on paper, I will never be short of inspiration for larger pieces. 260 more words

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On my easel

At the moment I have a great desire to be painting with no agenda other than to enjoy the materials, to see what will happen, to not worry about painting a finished piece, to just be laying down layers of colour shape. 320 more words

Gillian Lee Smith

Productive Flourishing

To say that in the past I have had difficulties with time-management and getting stuff done would be a vast understatement. The last couple of years have seen a great improvement in planning my weeks and days but I am still the ultimate to-do-list maker and when there are some weekends closing in and I have tackled only a tiny fraction of that to-do list I am easily disheartened. 442 more words

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On my worktable

When the studio is a mess the temptation is to either feel overwhelmed or get to tidying. But sometimes that mess means there is a lot going on and that is A Very Good Thing. 39 more words

Gillian Lee Smith