Dear Newsletter readers, it’s been so long! I hope you’re all keeping well 🙂
I’m reviving my newsletter after almost a years break. My schedule is slightly less hectic, and I hope to create fairly regular posts going froward.
In other news, I’m delighted to be part of the ‘Our House’ exhibition, at Lime Tree Gallery, Bristol, starting on the 7th April. More info can be found here https://www.limetreegallery.com/exhibitions/ A few of my pieces will be on show, including the still life painting attached. ‘Rose, Bottle, Books’, 60×45 cm, Oil on panel – SOLD.
Best regards, Ollie.
I’m going to take a break from this blog for a while. Before I do, I want to say a huge thank you to the kind people who follow me here, who have taken the time to comment on my work, and indeed in many instances have been generous enough to buy my work.
I still have two jobs, and sadly I just don’t have time to properly keep this section going. This week was especially stressful, far too many things were happening at once, and I knew something had to give – I can’t do everything 🙁
When I finally retire from digital work, maybe I’ll be able to re-instate the blog. Thank you all again for reading and watching. I’ll still be posting on Instagram from time to time … https://www.instagram.com/ollielebrocqart/
Turmeric with Spoon, 20x20cm / 8×8″ – Oil on panel.
Currently Untitled, 60x45cm / ~ 23.6×17.7″, Oil on panel. SOLD.
Paint Tubes, 20x20cm / 8×8″ – Oil on panel. Available.
Aubergine on Orange, 20x20cm / 8×8″, Oil on panel.
Daffodil Study, 20x20cm / 8×8″ – Oil on panel. Available.
I’m not sure if the photo shows this correctly, but the background is largely grey green.
Apple with Books, Study. 20x20cm / 8×8″ – Oil on panel. SOLD.
If you have interest in this piece, please send an email for more details. Thank you.
As always, photos taken under studio lighting, and while I try my best to match colours, they can vary slightly from the photo. I have another couple of small pieces to follow in the next day or so.
Untitled Bananas, 40x40cm, Oil on panel. SOLD.
I painted these in March when I was feeling very Spring like 🙂