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© Peter Weatherill 2020
Winslow & District Art Society
Buckinghamshire, United Kingdom
ON LINE EXHIBITION
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PAT MILBURN Having moved home many times over the years, my painting has been rather sporadic. However with retirement and becoming a member of WADAS I began to enjoy painting again. I do think being part of a group encourages one to persevere and I find the WADAS demonstrations inspirational. Looking forward to visiting exhibitions again, post Covid
PAT MILBURN The Hunter. Size: 20x30 cm. Materials: pastel on coloured paper. Inspired by an interest in North American history. Not For Sale Ref No 60
PAT MILBURN After the Rain. Size: 45 x 30 cm. Unframed Materials: Acrylic on board. Price: £40. England often looks at it’s best following a shower, especially in Springtime. Ref No 57
PAT MILBURN Spirit Island on Maligne Lake, Alberta. Size: 50 x 40 cm. Acrylic on canvas stretched over wooden frame. Ready to hang. Price: £50. I have always had a special relationship with Canada and more so now since I met my half sister for the first time when we were both over 70. We get together as often as possible but this year will be different. However I know she will enjoy seeing the exhibition on line Ref No 58
PAT MILBURN Sunflowers. Size: 30 x 25 cm. Materials: Acrylics on canvas covered board. Unframed. Price: £40. A change to a different style for me. I used a robust approach for a robust subject Ref No 59