The Spice of Life – Lucy Pratt – Exhibition at Fosse Gallery Stow on the Wold

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Lucy Pratt’s newest exhibition at Fosse Gallery is one not to be missed. 

Sunday 4th March – Saturday 24th March

Fosse Gallery Fine Art, The Manor House, Stow-on-the-Wold, GL54 1AF

The exhibition’s signatory painting ‘The Spice of Life’ sold almost instantly as the image appeared on Fosse Gallery’s website and demands for her recent work is high.

Lucy Pratt – The Spice of Life

Lucy Pratt’s work shows incredible depth of mood portrayed in vivid colours. Her paintings’ subject areas have branched out into the world of cooking along with a wonderful take on skiing scenes. This new exhibition also introduces some clever still lifes in which the much loved tomato ketchup and the equally loved and hated marmite make the occasional appearance!

Lucy has an amazing ability to capture joyous moods and the vitality of life, whether it be on the ski slopes, a busy chef’s kitchen, donkey rides, on the beach or children bombing in the water. Even simple land and seascapes are transformed into joyous paintings and have an extraordinary depth of mood squeezed into the picture, yet the overall painting remains uncomplicated.

Lucy has exhibited worldwide including exhibits at the Royal Academy of Arts. Her work is in many public collections throughout the world.

Lucy Pratt - Purple PeaksLucy Pratt – Purple Peaks

Fosse Gallery Fine Arts in picturesque Stow-on-the-Wold, Gloucestershire has handled some of the most prestigious contemporary British artists over the last thirty years. This is Lucy Pratt’s third solo exhibition with Fosse Gallery and gallery owner Sharon Wheaton thinks it is her best show yet.

Tune in to Lucy’s forthcoming interview on BBC Radio Oxford (95.2FM) on Thursday 1pm.

Lucy Pratt – Purple Peaks

The Gallery is open Monday – Saturday 10.30am – 5.00pm or by appointment.

Fosse Gallery Fine Art
The Manor House, The Square, Stow-on-the-Wold,
Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL54 1AF
Telephone: 01451 831319

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Source: Blue Smarty

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