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Come and talk with me and see my new works and learn more about my inspirations

Come to see me at 19 Queen St, Cambridge on 23 and 24 March.My home studio will be open from 10 am to 4 pm.I will be in my studio to talk to you about my experiences and influences on my painting. Chat with me,  look through a book I have of my paintings and share the environment that I create my work in.Recently I was commissioned to create a black and white (and a little bit of red) painting.  It was a bit of challenge for me - but it came out brilliantly and I have now created some ...

March 20, 2019

New Year, New Work

I'm looking forward to March 23 and 24 when the Cambridge Autumn Festival is held. I believe 21 arts orientated people will open their home or studio for viewing during the festival and I must put in a word here -  because my home/studio is open all week for you to view the paintings I have at home. I suggest that you phone me on 07 827 5727 before you come. I had a few commissions to do before Christmas and really enjoyed them. One went off to Australia. The placemats and coasters sol...

February 2, 2019

From easel to Table

By Viv Posselt - Cambridge NewsOne of Cambridge's best-known artists, Carole Hughes, is now making her bold, colourful work available on placemats and coasters.The sets are smaller versions of her often very large paintings, many of which hang in galleries, homes and corporate premises throughout New Zealand and further afield,The long-time artist has made a name for herself over the past two and a half decades with a fauve art style of painting, using strong colour and bold strokes to bring to ...

November 9, 2018

About Carole - and getting my start in painting

 Although I started my working life as a school teacher, passion has always been art and creative ventures.  As a teacher, I would always paint on the huge windows in my classroom. Instead of handing out stars to children when they did work, I would draw a picture at the foot of each assignment they completed.  I didn’t really consider this to be art, I considered it to be ‘mucking around.’My more formal exposure to the arts and creative world was a Spinning and Weaving cour...

November 3, 2018 Posts 1-4 of 4 | Page

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