This is a painting by my good friend and renowned local Gloucestershire artist Sally Williams. It seemed apt given that we’ve had the ‘Beast from the East’ upon us over here in the UK. Why is it that journalists insist on giving weather a title? I don’t remember the dreadful winter of 1964 being given a name.

As usual for us everything, apparently, grinds to a halt and there is panic buying of bread! The present storm is said to arrive with more ferocity ( that is east winds ) in the next few days. I’m in London at present and there is indeed snow here too, which is very unusual. Sledging in Hackney not known to be popular before this.

If you have been forced to stay inside and partake of endless cups of tea, then why not take a look at some more of Sally’s work on this site: Looks good on the wall

She’s there with a few more artists and you can buy prints of selected pieces there. I have always been a fan of her work, it deserves wider exposure. Exposure? Apt word for these freezing days. Stay warm.


8 thoughts on “Snow

  1. Paul I can’t find the post where you asked if I was interested in yiu illustrating a piece for me. Very interested but would especially be interested in sounding you out for a caricature of me for the actual header if my blog. I have no funny pics of me but im sure you could find the.humour in my physog – I can take it! Ballpark cost please. Thanks Paul

      1. One could not possibly call a storm or extreme weather event “Barry’ for heaven’s sake. Get a grip! Barry is a name for a carpenter or more likely a French polisher.

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