Tuesday, 28 June 2022 - Saturday, 02 July 2022
Masters Room, The Art Workers' Guild
An exhibition of work by William and James Shand.
A retired surgeon, William Shand is today a prolific watercolourist who draws inspiration mainly from the landscapes and architecture of his adopted Lincolnshire.
Born and brought up amid the more muted tones of London, James Shand (William's son) now lives in Vence, in the south of France, and its famously vivid light. He won a scholarship to study art at Charterhouse school where he learnt (especially from Michael Woods) to draw architecture and the human figure, both of which feature in his work today. Current sources include travel and the natural world (birds, butterflies, and flowers), typically painted in bright watercolour.
All paintings are for sale.