I received an email with an invitation to the awards ceremony for the NSW Parliament Plein Air Prize and an image of my entry is being used to promote the exhibition. I am honoured. Thank you. I am feeling chuffed.
Here’s an opportunity to see original Ruth le Cheminant paintings. At Braemar Gallery Springwood before the exhibition Horizons finishes on Sunday 7 October. The gallery is open 10am to 4pm Thursday to Sunday and is housed in a wonderful heritage
I received an email from Rita and the Plein Air Team on Monday 27 August which read: Dear Ruth, On behalf of the Parliament Plein Air Painting Prize 2018 selection panel, we are pleased to inform you that your artwork has been
Ruth le Cheminant, Ingrid Russell and Vicki Hersey. Three Blue Mountain artists. Three colleagues. Three friends got together – over quite a few cups of coffee – and together presented a proposal to Braemar Gallery for a joint exhibition and
David the Director at Rex-Livingston Art + Objects Gallery in Katoomba made the suggestion. Ruth we need a title for your exhibition that’s got a bit more going for it than ‘Places’. Got to say on reflection I can see
I returned home mid May after spending time on the Darling River at Evandale and realised I didn’t have a lot of time to paint. Talk about concentration! The trip was the inspiration for the exhibition Out of the Blue
It’s always good to feed the personal art muse and recently I visited the Grayson Perry exhibition ‘My Pretty Little Art Career’ at the MCA Sydney. I didn’t know what to expect. And was intrigued. He has an extensive art