A Bunch of Flours
A Bunch of Flours

A natural progression to my last painting which was of a single flour.
Oil on board approx 25 x 25cms
PS (Before I get a suggestion that this painting could be re-named 'Glutteny') The big bag (left) has a use-by date of September 2017 and was found at the back of the cupboard with the breadmaking machine - unused since a bread-making friend sadly died. The large bag on the right is the only flour we have found in the shops since lockdown began - we shared this with a neighbour. We already had the small bag, partly used. Available.

'Sunshine on a Palette'
Dorset Artist - inspired by nature and the beautiful wildflowers & coast of my home county
Oil & acrylic original paintings
All images © Andrea Hook

Double selection for 'ING Discerning Eye Exhibition 2020', Mall Galleries
Selected for 'The Artist' category of The Artist and Leisure Painter Magazines' Open Art Competition 2020
Selected for Artists & Illustrators Magazine's Artist of the Year, Mall Galleries Exhibition 2017
Winner of the New Forest Open Art 2015
A Bunch of Flours

A natural progression to my last painting which was of a single flour.
Oil on board approx 25 x 25cms
PS (Before I get a suggestion that this painting could be re-named 'Glutteny') The big bag (left) has a use-by date of September 2017 and was found at the back of the cupboard with the breadmaking machine - unused since a bread-making friend sadly died. The large bag on the right is the only flour we have found in the shops since lockdown began - we shared this with a neighbour. We already had the small bag, partly used. Available.