Gilly Gobinet’s art at various exhibitions, art shows.

Art Exhibition

Art Exhibition I participated in a joint Art Exhibition on the theme “Dancers” at the Clifton Gallery, Memphis Tennessee in September 2010. These paintings are examples of the watercolours I painted for the show. They range from 12x16”, 14x20" to 24x18” (unframed sizes), all on Arches  or  Lanaquarelle acid-free 140lb NOT paper. The Art Exhibition lasted three months and the images below are what I still have available - except for the  ballerinas. Flamenco dancersWatercolour/Arches, 12x16" 30.5x40.6cm, 140lb/300gm Single flamenco dancerWatercolour/Arches, 12x16" 30.5x40.6cm, 140lb/300gm Grand jetéWatercolour/Lanaquarelle, 20x14" 50.8x35.6cm, 140lb/300gm TangoWatercolour/Arches, 20x14" 50.8x35.6cm, 140lb/300gm BallerinasWatercolour/Lanaquarelle,24x18" 61.4x45.7cm, 140lb/300gm Can CanWatercolour/Arches,16x12" 40.6x30.5cm, 140lb/300gm A client sent me an image of the painting she bought, beautifully mounted and framed, hanging next to her desk.

Art Exhibition, Abracadabra, Antigua – November 2009

BoatyardAcrylic on canvas, 30x30”, 76.2x76.2cm This Exhibition was held in the Abracadabra Restaurant, English Harbour, Antigua. The paintings were hung in the restored section built from sailing ships' ballast bricks dating back to the 19th century. Earlier that same year, my 26-year old son Francis was tragically drowned off the British Virgin Island Tortola, whilst working on a yacht. This Exhibition celebrated his life, his love of the sea and the Caribbean, where he grew up. Great Egret taking offAcrylic on canvas, 30x30" 76.2x76.2cm Nesting Brown PelicansAcrylic on canvas,15x30" 38x76.2cm Late afternoon, facing west,with Great EgretsAcrylic on canvas, 5x30" 38x76cm Jabberwock BeachAcrylic on canvas, 30x30" 76.2x76.2cm

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