Haidee-Jo Summers artist - painter of light and colour
" I would like to paint the way a bird sings" Claude Monet
"Colour in a picture is like enthusiasm in life" Vincent van Gogh
Winter news 2013
After the excitement of exhibiting with the Royal Society of Marine Artists last month comes the fantastic news that I've had three paintings accepted for the Royal Institute of Oil painters exhibtion at the Mall Galleries in December, from the 11th to the 21st. It is such an honour to have even one painting make it through the selection process that I am walking on cloud nine at the moment!
The three paintings accepted are 'Sails up in harbour, Paimpol', 'Galley hill allotments in the snow' and 'Fresh fried fish, Essaouira'.
I'm very much looking forward to my visits to London for the ROI exhibition and events, and also busy with plans for my next big solo exhibition which will take place at 71 Friar Lane Nottingham from the 8th to the 18th January 2014. Don't miss it!
Sledging at Belmont tower
This painting is currently exhibited in the winter show at the Russell Gallery in Putney, London. Please contact Sarah Russell for purchase information on 020 8780 5228
New paintings from Cornwall
I had another great painting trip to Cornwall again in October, and the weather was mostly kind!
You can read about my trip and some of the paintings I produced on my blog
Hot off the easel these paintings are now available to purchase via Mark at The Harbour Gallery, Portscatho
2014 workshop schedule
News coming soon of my 2014 workshop schedule
Newest paintings! See them here first...
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