It was recently my great pleasure to critique for the South Wales Art Society again. During the session, I was asked to select two works that really excelled. No easy task, because of the high overall standard!
The following text is taken from their very nice Facebook page…
‘Tues 8 Oct – Critique – Gideon Hall
Despite a wet and windy evening over 40 members brought work for Gideon to critique. With his wide knowledge of art and art history, Gideon gave in depth evaluation of the work, offering advice and encouragement to all artists. Listening to his valuable insights, I’m sure all members benefited from Gideon’s gentle appraisals. At the end of the evening Gideon chose his personal 2 favourites. Firstly a beguiling figurative painting by Asha Bassi, and Anita Raymond’s bucolic depiction of grazing sheep. Congratulations to both ladies. The members of SWAS extend their thanks to Gideon, and look forward to welcoming him again.’
Thanks again to all who attended that rainy evening and were so very kind!!