bemusing musings of a bewildered brush-wielder

bp portrait competition




So, I’ve been in London for two days now, and am having a wonderful time. I probably could write for several hours right now, except for the fact that I am so tired. I’m staying with some incredible artists, who are also friends of mine, James Hayes and Jo Rea. In central London, they have the most impressive painting studio I’ve ever seen, from which they produce various painting commissions and bronzes. It is just so impressive. James and Jo are submitting stunning works into the BP portrait competition. After they helped me restretch my canvas, they hired a driver, and had my painting delivered to the National Gallery site. Tomorrow, I’m going to sit for a small oil portrait by James, and then see if there are any additional galleries that might be interested in my work. I knocked on the door of about six galleries today, submitted my portfolio, and we’ll see if I can secure anything over here in London. Who knows?


2 responses

  1. Tom Grassi

    Kevin- Best wishes in London. We met two years ago in Washinton Sq Park Memorial Day exhibit and I’ve been enjoying your blog since then. . Will you there again this year?

    Tom Grassi

    March 14, 2013 at 3:39 pm

  2. Anonymous

    My friend, I wish I had known about your trip to meet you there…It has been years since we ve been so “close” …;just let me know if you plan to have a look at paris! good luck.lots of love, h.

    March 16, 2013 at 1:22 am

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