Philip Brennan | Looking forward to getting back to studio
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Looking forward to getting back to studio

Looking forward to getting back to studio

The white Japanese Anemones are out in full flower, the red haws on the Hawthorns begin to stand out as the leaves fade, the last few Swallow hang around for a few more days, all signs of the autumn beginning to slip in around us.
Up to my eyes with the busyness that goes on before an exhibition(Wed 11th, Temple Gate, Ennis. Opening 8pm), I’m looking forward to getting out in the old van for some fieldsketching and restarting  into some studio work. A great time of year.
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