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THE WATERCOLOURS OF DAVID KEITH
THE MYSTICAL POETRY OF ANNABEL DAVIES
CONTACT US ........davidkeithart @gmail.com
about David Keith, artist Prints on canvas available
When he was young, David was given lessons by a professional watercolourist who taught him how to handle colour. He was also fortunate enough to have a teacher at school who showed him how to draw and paint buildings that looked real.This led to a large number of paintings of North Yorkshire farms giving him the material for his first and very successful one man show in Guisborough. Further one-man shows followed at Waltons' Gallery in Guisborough, Whitby Art Gallery, Stockton Art Gallery and others, including Alnwick in Northumberland.
For the last few years he has concentrated on painting cities in Europe....Paris, Madrid, Pisa, Florence, Barcelona but most recently the fantastic structures of New York as seen in this website.
He always enjoys teaching groups and demonstrating water colour painting to Art Societies.
In what he calls 'the other half of his professional life', with qualifications in Art and Mathematics, he took a Maths degree at Nottingham University, spent 7 years on military aircraft design teams and then moved to teaching. He subsequently became Head of Mathematics at a Wolverhampton Grammar School, and an examiner for London University, before becoming Head Teacher of a large Comprehensive school.
ABOUT ANNABEL DAVIES
It was Sir John Betjeman who described Annabels poetry as magical and mystical. `how right he was! Their popularity is growing
Annabel started writing poetry when she was at school and carried on at university where she became captivated by pantheism and magic. Some later poems express the sadness that the loss of her Christian faith has brought, and some explore the beginnings of our planet and the universe. Nearly all have a deeply mystical theme which has been present all of her life.
Professor V de Sola Pinto chose one of her best works for his anthology.
contact her at email@example.com if you wish to discuss her work
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