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.

Dorset Artist - inspired by nature and the beautiful wildflowers & coast of my home county
Oil & acrylic impasto paintings.
Floral & coastal designs for fabrics & cards
All images © Andrea Hook

Winner of the New Forest Open Art 2015
Selected for Artists & Illustrators Magazine's Artist of the Year, Mall Galleries Exhibition, 2017
Selected for 'The Artist' category of The Artist and Leisure Painter's TALP Open 2020
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.