An exhibition of paintings by Rupert Aker 29 June - 30 July Rupert is a Cotswold landscape painter, based in a studio at Painswick in Gloucestershire. He walks the valleys and hills, gaining inspiration from the woods, wolds and field walls, painting ‘en plein air’ when possible. His aim is to capture the effects of the light on the land though the medium of oil paint with palette knife. Free admission. All work for sale
Free admission

Source: http://www.culture24.org.uk/sw000029?id=EVENT570138

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