Some exciting news and arty happenings

Explore Colour: The Still Life Course. 
In just over two weeks' time, the next online art course will start. This five week long course is the only ecourse I will be offering for 2017 as I have several exhibition commitments and am working on the completion of an art book I'm currently writing.

The Still life Course is jam packed with content to explore different aspects to extend an artist's practice, including alternative drawing exercises, use of colour and composition as well as the development of different painting techniques using acrylic paints and mediums.

The course will run from 5 June until 10 July with an additional 5 weeks access to offer students a bit more time to revisit projects.

The course costs £195  Signing up is on the Explore Colour website

GIVEAWAY!
I will be giving away one free place for this course on my instagram account. If you  would like to win a price for you or a friend, please leave a comment or tag a friend under the pink rose  post posted 20 May on #estemacleod

In addition to the upcoming course, I am taking part in a number of exhibitions in England. Along with four other artist who used to be represented by the gallery 'Art at Goring' I will showing a body of new work in a three day exhibition in Goring from 27 to 29 May. 

From 3 June until 2 July new floral paintings can be seen at Gallery Top  along with seven other artists in an exhibition inspired by flowers, it is called 'Botanical' and coincides with the first RHS Flower show at

In London, a selection of my still life paintings will be shown in a group show at Wills Art Warehouse from 3 June until 2 July in an exhibition titled 'Sitting pretty'.

Etsy and Redbubble
New small originals and limited edition giclee prints have now been added onto my Etsy site. A selection of my paintings are now available on a variety of textile and homeware products in Redbubble

Finally
In my last newsletter I mentioned the giveaway of a limited edition giclee print to someone leaving a comment on my Facebook post of Merry May, the winner of this print is Katie Levett-Allen.