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Semi-abstract landscape painter Paul Bailey giving live demonstration in Great Dunmow on Wednesday March 15





An acclaimed semi-abstract landscape painter is giving a live demonstration in Great Dunmow next week.

Paul Bailey will be taking members and non-members of Dunmow Art Group through his process as he demonstrates his technique and answers questions at Foakes Hall on Wednesday March 15 at 7.30pm.

Originally from Essex, Bailey now lives and works in mid-Wales amongst the mountains and moors.

Paul Bailey (62751680)
Paul Bailey (62751680)

The wild, windswept tracts of the Cambrian mountains, Radnor hills and the Brecon Beacons are his major source of inspiration, but thoughts of the East Anglian coastline and its interior farmland are never far from his mind.

His work can be found within private collections and galleries throughout the world. He also supplies commissioned pieces to international and domestic interior design companies and private collectors.

"The semi-abstract nature of my work, my use of non-traditional techniques, my bold compositions and my dynamic use of colour help portray the varied British landscape in a new, vivid and surprising way," said Bailey.

The live demo costs £1 for members of Dunmow Art Group and £5 for non-members. See dunmowartgroup.blogspot.com or email dunmowartgroup@gmail.com for more information.



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