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Ross Coady

Paintings by Marita Brahe and Ross Coady

When

Every day, 12am to 8am Friday 10 May to Sunday 19 May Except Monday 13 May

Cost

Free

Ross Coady:

"A desire to express a feeling or simply a desire to paint is necessary for me when embarking and setting forth on a painting.  I must then allow the painting itself to reveal to me where it wants to go, what it wants to be. Enabling it to achieve this unique being is my ultimate task and fulfilment as a painter."

Marita Brahe:

“I am grateful for John Ogburn’s teaching which opened my eyes to the appreciation and practice of modern art and our Western tradition. My attempt to realise this in my own painting has given enrichment and meaning to my life.

It has also been a great encouragement to my painting and a privilege to be part of the co-op and its vision as founded by Ogburn.”  

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Ross Coady

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