Cagliari: International Art Exhibition
This week the weather really was in two extremes. For the first three days we had clear blue sky’s but 30-50kn of high winds. This prevented most activities. Then for the rest of the week the winds disappeared and left us with perfect weather (at last!).
Schooling of Bryn and Bethany from
However the week was dominated by our new found love of
painting (and shopping for artists materials – we are masters at the
shopping bit!). Along with the other students in Dolores’ art classes, we
put on an exhibition of over 100 paintings (we entered about 8 as we had only
just started). We advertised around
We have appended the other pictures below and managed to sell a total of 4 pictures altogether. This helped offset some of the “professional shopping” that we are so good at!
Next week we really must start getting the boat ready or we will end up being here for another year! Maybe we should be motivated by Dolores leaving soon – we might need to follow her for more tuition.
The art work displayed in the Gazebo. The portrait (bottom
left) is of Antinello the
Stephen’s second painting. Note the guest Anne’s Dolphins swimming alongside our boat
appearance of the seagull! SOLD!
The Red Boat by Anne. SOLD!
“Two penguins in a boat”. A study in Sepia by Anne (OK they’re not really supposed to be penguins!!)
Note we also sold both the paintings on last weeks blog.