Category Archives: Keith Ashley

Keith Ashley – Winter Open Studios 2016

Ducks and Geese – Enjoy Keith Ashley’s paintings at Open Studios 26/27th November – Studio F1 Save

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Keith Ashley

“Humour, colour and the surreal are always integral to my work” Keith Ashley will be showing his latest work in studio F1 over the Summer Open Studio Weekend.

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What is seen and called a picture is what remains…

Keith Ashley (studio F1) states ‘What is seen and called a picture is what remains – an evidence.’ This statement by Philip Guston in 1956 succinctly represents the feeling I have about my own paintings – the ‘evidence’ of my … Continue reading

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Unconscious inner thoughts and conflicts

Keith Ashley’s  “What Remains” paintings, on show in studio F1, are “expressions of unconscious inner thoughts and conflicts, that which is left behind when worldly preoccupations are forgotten”.

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Recent paintings by Keith Ashley

For Open Studios Weekend Keith Ashley in F1 will be showing a selection of his recent paintings.

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Fascination of the natural world

Keith Ashley in F1 creates paintings, sculpture and ceramics. As ever, the natural world provides the fascination for Keithʼs work. In pencil and oil and on unstretched canvas, the paintings are spontaneous and intuitive so that the result is both … Continue reading

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Photos of the Chocolate Factory artists

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