Exhibition at Humphry’s by Jenny L’Estrange and Nigel Reynolds

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"Glade" By Nigel Reynolds

SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE

The next art exhibition at Humphry’s will show the work of Jenny L’Estrange and Nigel Reynolds, it will run for six weeks from 1st November. Jenny and Nigel felt that a joint exhibition would provide visitors to Humphry’s with a pictures from a wide range of mediums. These include drawings in charcoal and pastel, water colour and oil painting and a range of lino prints. Jenny and Nigel think that there should be something at the exhibition that everyone will like.

Something about Jenny:
“I am a self-taught artist who has always been interested in drawing and painting. However in the past few years I have been focusing on printing and am now hooked on lino cutting. I enjoy the freedom it gives me as well as the physical process of cutting the lino and the excitement of pulling the print the prints and seeing the finished image. Recently I have been experimenting with colour and the reduction method of printing. Having always lived on the Essex borders my work is influenced by Epping Forest and the natural world.”

Jenny L’Estrange 1

If you are interested in buying one of Jenny’s paintings you can contact her by email on: jennylestrange@yahoo.co.uk

And Something about Nigel:
“I have always been able to draw but work and life has prevented me from pursuing my passion for art until now, when I am no longer working full time.

I have recently attended courses with The Waltham Forest’s Adult Learning Service and attended training at the New School of Art in London. Where I have been taught the techniques I need in drawing and painting. I have my tutors Nicola Morrison and Tim Benson to thank for my progress.

My pictures at the exhibition show my progress from realism in water colour and sketching to my current first forays into contemporary landscapes and figurative portraits.”

If you are interested in buying one of Nigel’s paintings you can contact him by email on: reynolds.nigel@yahoo.co.uk

Our final message:

We hope you enjoy our exhibition.

Poplars on Windy Day – Nigel Reynolds
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