Pop up Galleries

The Tall Ships will be here tomorrow so I am sharing some of the drawings that I have already made in several places this weekend.

I have converted my front porch at 15 Crane Street into a Pop up Gallery and so do come and knock on the door if it isn’t open.

At The Clocktower Market ( next to the Rivington Restaurant) there will a stall on Friday showing the full range of work

At Made in Greenwich, 324 Creek Road and SBS Printers, 7 Greenwich South Street, and at The Greenwich Gallery, Peyton Place on Sunday there is also work on show.

This is what is for sale:

 

Do come and see …!

Regatta

 

 

 

Tall ships Regatta and Festival - STRAIGHTENED no lines small

 

 

Starters

starter combined

Panorama

TALL SHIPS - panorama - the master PRINT small

Quintet

5 combined x 4 combined x 3 combined x 2 combined x 1combined x

Greenwich welcomes

Greenwich Centre combined v2

Souvenir

Tall Ships - postcard 3

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3 responses to “Pop up Galleries”

  1. Adrian and Pat Warwick says :

    Dear Mr. Kent – you may remember meeting my husband and I early on Friday morning, at about 9am, at your market stall! We did buy a £1 postcard! We chatted about the Tall ships and Greenwich in general and you said to us “if you visit nothing else, you must go to the Painted Hall”. This is to let you know that we did indeed visit the Painted Hall and also the Chapel and what a wonder they were!! We had never been to see either before! So proud of our history.

    Previously we had only visited the Observatory a few times over the years and the Maritime Museum only once before, so you opened our eyes to two other national treasures, so thank you for that! Sorry we could not thank you in person, but we were anxious to leave Greenwich before the rush hour and had already left it a bit late.

    We realised that we should have taken the ferry to Woolwich earlier in the day to see the larger ships, but there were hundreds queuing later, so we abandoned the idea and watched from the Cutty Sark area and saw 6 beaufitufl smaller ships and a very noisy tug boat from Falmouth! A really exciting day all round.

    Thank you again for informing us of the Painted Hall – we will definitely be visiting again some soon to see more of Greenwich, especially since we found the car park behind the market!

    All the best to you with you stall.

    Kind regards,

    Pat and Adrian Warwick.
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  2. Francina Steyn says :

    Could you kindly tell me more about the five sketches by Peter Kent, which I have acquired from a second hand shop (in KZN South Africa). The prints are copies – all signed by Peter Kent but not originally signed. It is named as follows:

    1. The Campanile. Port Elizabeth
    2. The Parsonage. Graaff Reinet.
    3. Mostert se Meul. Kaap.
    4. District Six Cape Town.
    5. La Gratitude. Stellenbosch

    When were these drawings done? Have you any details of interest for me?
    I am looking forward to hear from you.

    Thank you in advance.

    Kind Regards

    Francina Steyn

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