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28/09/2020: What have I been doing?

Just to update you with what I've been up to and what is yet to come:

2019 was a busy, fun year, visiting far flung corners of the UK with the Sky Arts team to paint extraordinary 'landscapes' in extraordinary weather and time conditions. Finally I was a finalist of SkyArts Landscape Artist of the Year 2019, painting all night at the foot of Battersea Power Station! A beautiful exhibition of finalists' work followed at the Clarendon Gallery in Mayfair, where I was happy to sell almost all my work from the competition.

2020, on the other hand, has been a year of mixed blessings for us all. 'Lockdown' caused by covid-19 has brought its challenges, curtailing my teaching, cruising and plein-air painting for some months. The silver lining has been to have the ability to spend many more hours in my studio, creating a greater volume of work from past travels and sketches.

I've been painting free portraits for some of our NHS heroes, an initiative begun by the great Tom Croft @tomcroftartist, which presented different challenges! Now back to the landscapes and my comfort zone…..
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28/09/2020: What's going on?

Royal Society of Marine Artists exhibition 2020
Mall Galleries, London 30 September – 10 October
Just completed (great exhibition)

I have donated a painting to the charity 'Explorers Against Extinction' to help fund the amazing work they do around the world to try to save endangered species and protect and conserve 'at risk' environments.

My brief, in 'Sketch for Survival', as a landscape painter, was 'Wild Spaces'
I have been deeply moved by the wildfires destroying landscapes and habitats for animals and birds in several parts of the world, including this year in California and especially the devastating scenes last year in huge areas of Australia. I'm sure we all remember those orange skies and fleeing animals?
So my picture, titled 'Wildfire' is based on these scenes from Australia, but in fact could be anywhere.

Explorers Against Extinction have begun an online auction of submissions which runs until 22nd November, to be followed by a live exhibition at the Oxo Tower in London.
You can click on the link below to see details:

Some, in fact most, of the wildlife painters' work is AMAZING !
If you felt the urge to own an original Patsy Moore for a possible £75 (now there's a bargain!), do take a look and bid on lot 191

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