Mary Hite and Jeanette Clarke once again combine for an exhibition in Arundel this August.
“This will be our 18th year we have exhibited together,” Mary said. “We will be selling paintings, cards, prints and photographs.
“We will be at the Norfolk Centre, Arundel, Saturday, August 6 to Friday, August 12 inclusive, from 10am to 5.30pm. Admission is free and you will be made most welcome. Free parking is available and there is also a car park directly opposite.
“Jeanette and I are members of Felpham Art Group and the Downland Art Society. Jeanette also is a member of Chichester Art Society.
“I have lived in Felpham for 35 years with my husband. We have four sons, six granddaughters and one grandson.
“My work is often inspired from travelling around the world visiting different countries and enjoying their culture and wildlife. I work in acrylics, watercolour oils and mixed media. I also am a keen photographer and some of my photographs will also be on sale. If you want to see some of my work, please visit my website http://myweb.tiscali.co.uk/maryhitepaintings “
“Jeanette, who lives in Middleton, loves experimenting with line-work, usually with a traditional dip pen, then combining it with loose, sometimes textured, washes to capture the weathered flints, tiles and thatch of old Sussex buildings. She also likes to play with the perspective, flattening the picture plane to create a series of shapes, trying to push the traditional medium of watercolour in new directions. Her website is www.Jeanetteclarke.com.”