Au revoir to Angleterre.AN ARTIST is displaying his work for the last time in England before he sets off for pastures new.
Ian Jenkinson is staging an exhibition at Bedworth Arts Centre, entitled La Dermiere Exposition, La Prochaine Expedition - which translates as The Last Exhibition, The Next Expedition - until the end of September.
It features watercolours, oils and gouache gouache (gwäsh): see watercolor painting.
Opaque watercolour. Also known as poster paint, designer's colour, and body colour, it differs from transparent watercolour in that the pigments are bound by liquid glue, which is , mainly landscapes and seascapes Seascapes is an RTÉ Radio 1 programme broadcast on Fridays at 8.30 pm. and presented by Tom MacSweeney. It is intended to cover all subjects of maritime interest, from leisure to commercial shipping, as well as fishing and the environment. .
Mr Jenkinson, who is an art tutor at the High Street centre on Wednesdays, said: "All the paintings are for sale and it would be great to see people coming down.
"I am moving to Bordeaux, in France, either at the end of September or the beginning of October.
"It will give me more sun, more space and a larger studio."
HAIL AND FAREWELL: Ian Jenkinson raises a glass (of Bordeaux, no doubt) to his move to the south of France South of France south n the South of France → le Sud de la France, le Midi . Picture: DARRYL SMITH