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An Evening on Broadway
Oil on Wood
David Atkins
$5,900
Taking a world-famous destination and making it his own, David brings New York’s streets to life, even in the dead of winter.
Autumn Landscape. Scotland
Oil on Wood
David Atkins
$5,500
A keen observation of raw Scottish wilderness provoked David to create this vibrant painting with natural life and color.
Beside the Sea
Oil on Wood
David Atkins
$4,500
David portrays a frequent yet very subtle ‘battle’ between man and nature.
Breakwater
Woodcut Print
Martine Baldwin
$1,800
With this woodcut print, Martine displays the power of nature to undo the best attempt of man to halt the inevitable.
Estuary Wall
Woodcut Print
Martine Baldwin
$1,800
Martine draws a parallel between the natural patterns of the river where she lives, and the stark manmade structures built to ‘tame’ it in this woodcut print titled, “Estuary Wall”.
Evening in November on Regents Street
Oil on Wood
David Atkins
$4,500
David presents a scene played out hundreds of times in his own memory, but this time, it is different.
Fishing Boats. Chesil Beach, Dorset
Oil on Wood
David Atkins
$4,500
David invites us to travel with him to the vast amount of distant space that is created by this beach framing the charming English fishing town.
Flat Iron Building. NYC
Oil on Canvas
David Atkins
$3,900
David shares with us his interpretation of this iconic building, known to so many, in New York City.
High Tide
Oil on Wood
David Atkins
$5,900
David generously shares a typical scene along the stretch of English coastline near his home and the people who dangerously tempt the waves.
Littoral No.1
Woodcut Print
Martine Baldwin
$1,200
Martine invites the viewer to learn the beauty that both entices and threatens, in the woodcut prints “Littoral No.1” and “Littoral No.2”.

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DAVID ATKINS from ENGLAND

David’s expressive paintings provide us a glimpse of life and lands both near and far. According to David, “There are places, times, moments in a day that can be extraordinary and it is these that I seek to discover through the act of painting. The visual excitement and bombardment of people, objects, light, space, colour and movement are the subjects I explore in the hope of conveying a sense of life in that moment. Painting is a means of communicating what I feel most passionately about. It is a language that allows me to express my responses to the very beautiful and inspiring things I see around me. There is a point when I achieve something new and exciting in the painting, and realise the moment where looking and working have come together. What results is the culmination of a struggle to say what’s important, essential and poetic.”

The response to David’s paintings has been wonderful. He is able to transform ordinary settings and scenes that are familiar to us into vibrant paintings that hypnotize us.

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Take a Stroll in a Charming Village

Although you’d be doing a great injustice to yourself by making a trip to the U.K. and not spending adequate time in the bustling, fashionable, vibrant capital city of London, there is just as much to be said for England’s countryside, with the charming hamlets and cozy villages that are off the beaten path. One such village that really stole our hearts during a journey through England was Stadhampton, in Oxfordshire. An ideal place to visit if you’re looking for a relaxing, quiet day trip by car from London..

This charming village provides a convenient home base for touring the many options in the area, including the Blenheim Palace in Woodstock, birthplace of Sir Winston Churchill. Be sure to check the schedule for the Dorchester Abbey in Wallingford to attend a concert at this historic site. Numerous museums surround the countryside including the Pitt Rivers Museum at the University of Oxford with its large array of archaeological and anthropological finds. And for car enthusiasts, do not forget to take a tour of the Mini Cooper plant in Oxford. And lastly do not miss driving by the old thatched bakery in Stadhampton that dates to 1658 and remained in operation until 1914. If the U.K. is in your upcoming travel plans, we would be pleased to suggest a hotel that ranks very high on our list, right in the heart of Stadhampton.

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Double-Decker Red Bus - "Icon" or Not?

London’s double decker red buses are world famous. There is however some debate in England as to whether they should be considered an “icon”. Unfortunately, the last of the Routemaster red buses were taken out of service in England at the end of 2005.

Since then many of these famous buses have appeared in various places and have been converted into tour buses or party buses, so you will occasionally see them on the road…or in this particular case as a reception area for a unique, delightful hotel outside of London.