Local Landscapes Show at Narberth

Local artist Louise Burdett is showing new contemporary landscape paintings at the new gallery Stiwdio 1 at the Queens Hall, Narberth, 10-16 July.

The paintings are of local scenes including Cresswell Quay and Tenby South Beach with many new interpretations of the Cleddau Estuary at Lawrenny, Louise’s favourite place of inspiration in lockdown.

She says: ’This exhibition is a move on from my first Pembrokeshire exhibition ‘Views from Lawrenny’ – this time you’re going to see much more intense use of energy, light and colour. I’d like to think lockdown has changed the way I think about art and its relationship to the freedom and life enhancement nature gives us.

‘For the majority of the paintings I used a large paintbrush or palette knife, or sometimes both, which enabled me to increase the flow and creativity I could achieve within each painting.’

Louise has been resident at the Queens Hall since September in the former Oriel Q gallery which she uses as studio and teaching space and is able to transform it into a gallery for exhibitions throughout the summer months.

You can see Louise’s creative art workshops and list of exhibitions at Stiwdio 1 at the Queens Hall at louiseburdett.com and can follow her progress at @Louise.Burdett.Artist.

Waterways: New Landscapes is on 10-16 July at Stiwdio 1 at the Queens Hall, Narberth, open daily 10am – 4pm, closed all day Sunday and Wednesday morning.

Louise is also one of the Breakout Gallery artists and you can find one of her pieces, Tree of Light, next to Betfred in Haverfordwest.  

Louise Burdett Art
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