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UNTITLED (Holiday) This is the time of year when we all think about a holiday. It’s almost Christmas and if you live in the southern hemisphere it’s almost summer. I am now on holidays hooray!  I have left behind the winter months of My Greek Island Home and all my furry friends to enjoy my other life, my Australian life. This is the time of year I spend with family, and friends in the summer sunshine. The sun is not shining at the moment but it is still a beautiful place to be. I am writing this with my computer perched on my lap looking out across Sydney harbour and through the heads. Although it’s grey there is still activity on the water, sailing boats, ferries and ocean liners float across the horizon in front of me. I have chosen this painting by Matthew Usmar Lauder to accompany this post. It’s a beautiful painting small like a gem and touches me. I love it because it reminds me of holidays, it reminds me of the past and it intrigues me. I hope you love it too.

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A pop up exhibition of  recent work by artist, Matthew Usmar Lauder , brings together his diverse stlyes and eclectic interests. From Thursday May 16th May until Monday May 20 at ‘Show Off, 13 Harbour Street Whitstable. Come and take a look. PROFESSIOAL ARTIST 2003– Selected Solo Exhibitions, 2009 Fable, Newlyn Art Gallery 2008. Fable, Fred [London} Ltd. 2007 Fred [London] Ltd, London, Fred [London] Ltd, Leipzig. 2003 Mobile Home Gallery. Selected Group Exhibitions, 2008 John Moores 25, Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool. Import/Export, Painting From The USA And UK, Fred [London] Ltd, Leipzig. 2007 Traditional But New, Binz And Kramer Gallery, Cologne. 2003 Portrait Award Show, National Gallery, London. Summer Show, RA, London 2000 Art And Architecture, BA Headquarters, London. Selected Collectors Museum Of Contemporary Art, Israel British Government Collection, King Hussein Of Jordan.

Documenting the beauty of the island of Lesvos through the lens of my camera has been my project for the last few years, so it’s great to see Lesvos documented in a different medium through the eyes of Matthew Usmar Lauder. Matthew’s captured the island in autumn light beautifully with broad brush strokes. The landscape paintings he has just completed are wonderful. Here is just one of his stunning paintings.matthewusmarlauder.com

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