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Christopher Baker exhibition at Kevis House Gallery in Petworth

Christopher Baker (b.1956), 'Winter Morning'. Oil on board  101 x 153 cms. From the exhibition 'Christopher Baker: 64 Days'

Christopher Baker (b.1956), 'Winter Morning'. Oil on board 101 x 153 cms. From the exhibition 'Christopher Baker: 64 Days'

STUNNING views of the South Downs will be on show at the Kevis House Gallery in Petworth this month.

The exhibition, Christopher Baker – 64 Days will showcase the work of Sussex artist Christopher Baker, who spent 64 consecutive days working from the same spot on the Trundle, the hill overlooking Goodwood racecourse.

Working in the open air in all weather conditions from January 23 to March 30, Christopher completed daily studies of the landscape.

Kevis House Gallery will be showing monoprints, watercolours and drawings priced from £500-£1,200 as a satellite exhibition to the main exhibition at Moncrieff-Bray Gallery in Egdean.

This marks the first collaboration between the two galleries.

Christopher has previously exhibited at Pallant House Art Gallery, Chichester, Petworth House and the Royal Academy, as well as internationally, and has won major awards from the Royal Academy and Canadian and British Arts Councils.

Christopher is senior fine art painting tutor at West Dean College and runs the school of landscape painting.

He also recently starred in the critically-acclaimed 2010 film Archipelago, alongside Tom Hiddleston.

The exhibition runs until May 24.

For details see www.worksonpaperfair.com

 

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