My exhibition – a small success

I am happy with my exhibition so far. The opening day is when one sells the most, like my first exhibition in April it was mostly friends who bought and I am so happy they did. Next year the challenge will be to sell to strangers outside of my circle, I have a summer show that will be a true test as I am not the organiser of the event. I’ve started painting for that exhibition already as I have lots of free time right now at my current exhibition.

 

Opening day at Edsvik

I had a wonderful day at Edsvik’s watercolour exhibition where I have two paintings on view. I met a lot of new watercolourists plus a few heroes which was nice. The exhibition continues until the 28th August.

David Meldrum standing in front of his painting called “If”
Standing in front of my painting called “If”
David Meldrum standing in front of his painting called *Japanese vases*.
This one is called “Japanese vases”
David Meldrum telling the crowd where his paintings are hanging.
Introducing myself and telling the crowd where my paintings are hanging.
A woman admires David Meldrum's watercolour
At least one person admired my work!

First solo exhibition

All my art is now framed for the opening at Galleri T this Saturday. Over 40 watercolours plus 20 figure drawings to see. Galleri T is on Österlånggatan 3, Stockholm, Sweden.

40 watercolours plus 20 figure drawings are framed and ready.
Over 40 watercolours plus 20 figure drawings are framed and ready.

My first exhibition

I was delighted to have one of my paintings accepted  for the annual watercolour exhibition at Väsby Konsthall, an art gallery that’s a short distance from Stockholm. This is my first time so it was a trill to be at the opening yesterday. One painting may be a modest start but for me it is a very important step in my development as an artist.

Yours truly …
Väsby Konsthall
Väsby Konsthall