Artist Support Pledge

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, many artists around the world have found themselves without work, teaching, technical support, gallery work, exhibitions and sales have disappeared. In an attempt to help alleviate some of this stress @matthewburrowsstudio has instigated the #artistsupportpledge
The concept is a simple one. Artists post images of their work to sell for no more than $200 (£200, €200, ¥20000, CHF200) each excluding postage.  Anyone can then buy the work. Every time the artist reaches $£1000 in sales they pledge to buy another artist's work for $£200.

These are the works I'm offering - with postage free in Europe /UK. They are all 40 x 30cm, mounted and cost CHF200 (£170).

Artist Support Pledge

CVP - Creative Visionary Program

In February this year I broke my shoulder and was a bit miserable. As a pick-me-up I "gave" myself the gift of a major art course, CVP - The Creative Visionary Program.  My timing could not have been better - I got to have an intensive painting course during Corona time. And I've learned so much. Thank you Nicolas Wilton and the CVP team!

Palatso goes Bildermarkt

This market-style show in Zurich-Höngg with 14 artists (including me) runs from 15 January to 8 February 2020. 
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Exhibition "Elements" in Baden from 2 Nov. - 11.Jan. 2020

Paintings by Alethea Eriksson and ceramic sculptures by Lisbeth Hiestand.
The finissage, with both artists present, is on Saturday, 11 January 2020 rom 13.00 to 16.30. Do come along!

Atelier Galerie Ira van der Merwe, Untere Halde 16, Baden (right opposite Frau Meise).
Invitation

Light in the sound

Residency in Hofsos, Iceland

I'm heading off to Baer Art Center, Iceland again soon, this time not for a course, but for a 2-week residency. Really looking forward to this wonderful opportunity and the time to just focus on my art.

La Paletta, Flims

Thrilled to be represented by  La Paletta in the Alpine resort of Flims. Gallerist-artist-teacher Bridget Wilkin is opening this new venue in June and will have a changing selection of my works available each season.

Exhibition at "Galerie im Gwölb", Baden

From 22 February to 31 March, 2019, my art will be on show in this beautiful gallery on the Römerstrasse in the spa quarter of Baden.

Vernissage: Friday, 22 February 2019 at 19.00. All welcome!
The Gallery is open Tues. & Sun. 14.00 - 17.00 and Fri. 19.00 - 21.00
I'll also be present on 24 February and 3  & 12 March from 14.00 to 17.00.

Invitation   Galerie im Gwölb

Residency in Ireland

A productive week at the Balliglen Arts Centre in Co. Mayo in Ireland in October meant experimenting with new things and learning to do my first monoprints. What fun!

"Die Jurierte 18", Galerie im Höchhuus Küsnacht, ZH

My painting Elemental Iceland 1 has been accepted for this juried group show which takes place in the Galerie im Höchhuus, Küsnacht from 14 June to 8 July, 2018. You are warmly invited to the opening on 13 June, 18.00 - 20.00 or of course, at some other time - see Invitation. I'll be there on Saturday, 30 June from 11.00 - 14.00. 

Invitation    Artischock-Verein

Exhibition in Gemeindehaus, Ennetbaden

"Unformed Landscapes" is the title of my recent exhibition in the municiple building in Ennetbaden from 5 April to 7 June.  Do go along and have a look! The Gemeindehaus is open everyday during office hours.
Invitation/ Einladung       
Rundschau Artikel

Group Exhibition, 9 to 12 November, 2017

The group exhibition at the Villa Meier-Severini in Zollikon, ZH with artists Bridget Wilkin, Ira van der Merwe, Joanna Finnigan, Wiktor Mieiniczuk, Louise Tidd and myself was an incredibly varied show and had a good turnout. Thanks for coming along!

Review

Painting in Iceland

This week-long course at Baer Art Center in Northern Iceland in September, 2017 was a stunning experience in every way. You can expect an exhibition of Iceland-influenced paintings in 2018.

 

Open House Exhibition 27 & 28 January 2017

This event was a success with over 35 wonderful, interested visitors spread over a day-and-a-half.  The fantastic weather probably kept a few away but on the other hand, filled the house with light.  At least 20 pieces sold and I got my first commission. This sounds a lot but a lot of works were on show representing 4 years of artistic development.

The feedback from the visitors was very positive: compliments about the quality, quantity, variety, and professionalism of the show. Many felt the pictures fitted the surroundings so well, it was a shame to split them up. 

This is the first time I have exhibited and I found it a very positive experience. It took a lot of work hanging the paintings, putting together the price list, mailing invitations e.t.c. but I learned a lot and found it a valuable experience.

A big thank you to all for the encouragement, support and generosity.

Critical Review