Re cap on 2019: Studio in Dubai

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” Learn Flower Painting, Quickly” is my latest publication with Batsford Press / Pavilion. I’m really pleased with it and it promises to be a steady selling title. It’s already had great reviews in ” The Artist ” and other magazines. Check it out on Amazon.com, or get a signed personalised copy from me, here on the contact page or CLICK ON BOOK

I started out the year by taking a studio in Dubai, my old haunt, at Tashkeel. This was for the month of February and a time to do some Middle Eastern work and catch up and hang out with friends. I painted up a storm whilst I was there and had to leave most of the work behind, only bringing home a handful of watercolours ! The other stuff was just TO BIG for the suitcase. I had a wonderful, surprise birthday celebration, laid on for me by my dear friends Mike and Lauren Arnold, also my hosts for this occasion, allowing me the use of their ” Swanky ” downtown apartment in the heart of the city. I would like to officially thank them here, and of course all my fabulous friends in Dubai. As well as seeing old friends I also met new ones ! and I will never forget my time in the Tashkeel courtyard drinking coffee and chatting with everyone. I especially thank Victor Sitali for looking after my every need ,and driving me all over town in his 4 wheel SUV. Thanks also to Alison Collins of the Majlis Gallery for her constant support and sales of my work…. so , it’s been difficult to follow this since I returned home…. But… of course …. my latest book for Kew Gardens was calling me. more on this later. TW

It was already time to leave my space in Dubai, I left some paintings there with friends and colleagues and headed back UK, to continue with writing and painting for Kew Gardens. This year has seen several en plain air sessions in the wonderful rose gardens there. I cannot think of a more inspirational setting than Kew, if you want to paint flowers

Link to Book Preview : https://amzn.to/2KIfyqg

https://amzn.to/2O9j5Aj Publishing date : 1 April 2020.

I have now finished writing this and am happy with all the content ! My thanks to Kew Gardens for their wonderful support and of course to Search Press for tracking me down in the first place. This is my earlier letter !

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Kew Preview

My New Course dates for 2020 have already been put up here : Go To : Painting Courses

I’m also running a few Watercolour 1 day Workshops for SAA if you are in this region ! https://www.saa.co.uk

New Collection of Watercolours

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Trevor’s New Watercolour Collection

The “New Collection” is a series of  recent watercolours celebrating views of desert peoples and their landscapes from Arabia, Egypt and Morocco.

The works comprise of a basic 12 set of watercolours, and are expanding all the time. This is a travelling show and will move around the globe from West to East.

The paintings will be available to view on this site and in hard copy form in 2016.

A pair of watercolours have already been selected for the SGFA Bankside gallery show, London.

Trevor is also selecting a number of his works for publication in a new studio Book. More information is available by contacting the Trevor Waugh Studio direct, Telephone number is on the contact page.

Oriental painting, Carpet Carriers
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The Emirates Through the Eyes of an Artist

Book becomes best seller


Trevor Waugh’s popular book ‘The Emirates Through the Eyes of an Artist’, has become a best selling title in Dubai and the Emirates.

There are a limited number of signed copies available from this site only.  At present the original book can still be obtained from selected booksellers and of course Amazon.

1st Edition copies with an original artwork by Trevor in the front, can only be obtained here. Price £50 +pp. This beautiful book celebrates Trevor’s work and time in The Arabian Emirates and uses his sketchbook paintings extensively.

Originally sponsored by HSBC to celebrate their 60th anniversary of trading in the Middle East. There was an exhibition at The Majlis Gallery, Dubai to accompany the publication, where Trevor’s work can be seen.

The gallery also hosts The New Orientalist’s work which Trevor is a founding member.

This beautiful book is in the Heritage series by Motivate Publishing and is bound in dark brown linen as a hardback edition with gold inscription and high quality dust jacket.

The artwork plates contain hand written notes by the author as they appear in his sketchbooks. Published faithfully in accordance with Trevor’s wishes, this book is a celebration of his journeys, thoughts and feelings for the people and landscapes of this amazing region.

Emirates through the eyes of an artist book

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