Delivering Spanish Sunshine to Snowy Leeds

Yesterday I said goodbye to one of my favourite paintings from my time in Spain.  Plaza Constitucion in San Pedro del Pinatar  was a favourite spot to people-watch.  From six in the evening, the warm town square would slowly awaken from a sleepy siesta, and the seats in the cafe next to San Pedro church… Continue reading Delivering Spanish Sunshine to Snowy Leeds

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Caroline Jaine’s Occasional Newsletter

I am more of a pencil and paper woman myself, but I have managed to work out how to send a newsletter using Gmail.  I haven’t quite figured out how to turn that newsletter into a blog posting! So here is a link to my 2014 Occasional Newsletter instead.  Enjoy and comment. http://app.flashissue.com/newsletters/caroline-jaines-occasional-newsletter-3

How to make a hanging system for an exhibition

Useful for anyone exhibiting in a non-gallery location     A few months ago I was asked by some friends who work in an Estate Agent in Spain if I would like to exhibit my collection of paintings in their office. Great. I love exhibiting in non-gallery spaces: it means non-gallery people get to see my… Continue reading How to make a hanging system for an exhibition

Places, perceptions and pictures

The pictures we carry in our minds are often stereo-typical and overlook the complexity and people of a place.

Exposición / Exhibition en San Pedro del Pinatar

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Please contact me on caroline.jaine@gmail.com if you would like to come to the private view of 28th November.

More examples of this work here

 

Art Boot Camp on the Murcian Coast

This is an experience that I have developed with Co-Create Arts / Cambridge International Arts.  Get in touch if you are interested: We don’t see much developmental value in traditional art holidays – which might offer you a portfolio of pretty watercolours of Tuscan rooftops, but provide little robust, constructive criticism or challenge. Co-Create Arts (a new project… Continue reading Art Boot Camp on the Murcian Coast