This is one of the four matted (all figurative) pieces, I am putting in the Lambeth Art Association Annual Show and Sale. The Spring Sale is Thursday April 25 to Saturday April 27 at the Lambeth United Church.
India Ink, applied with a brush, on tan stonehenge paper, from figure drawing session at The ARTS Project
Continuing with my Tavern Tour Series: The Ceeps. This is one of London’s oldest and most popular night spots. It was built and opened in 1890. An iconic place, super popular with the students of Western University. Over the last 120 years, many of the students have made and will continue to make this tavern their second home. Over the years, the Ceeps has tried to maintain a consistent atmosphere. This includes the huge round wooden tables that have been all carved up.
Ink & Watercolour, Image Size: 3" x 4.5" Matted Size: 8" x 10" Available at Gift of Art, on Richmond Street London
Prince Albert's Diner is located at the corner of Richmond and Albert
Street, in the heart of the London. This 50's style diner, is one of the cities 'original' greasy spoons. Visiting
at different times of day gives one a completely different experience.A favourite to many patrons is the Wallyburger, a
burger with peanut butter and bacon.
Ink & Watercolour, Image Size: 3" x 4" Matted Size: 8" x 10"
Available at Gift of Art, on Richmond Street London
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