Six From Anne Davies

We just hung six new paintings by Anne Davies, though since we had one of them already, strictly speaking I suppose only five are new. But it’s a new sextet. Here’s what Anne said about them –

I spent time walking the Bermondsey Wall to Rotherhithe and then, on the other side, Wapping, Shadwell and Limehouse. Canary Wharf was less inspiring but still interesting in a different way! I was also inspired by the lovely Ewan MacColl song ‘Sweet Thames Flow Softly’. I don’t know if you know it but it tells the tale of two people falling in love along the banks of the river, and then one of them thinks better of it in the end. I recommend the Rufus and Martha Wainwright version!

From Limehouse Reach

London Docks

Sweet Thames Flow Softly

Outskirts

Working Buildings

Digging In

See more by Anne Davies at The Rowley Gallery.

Frames of reference
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One Response to Six From Anne Davies

  1. Susie says:

    In and out the gallery twice last week I saw these by the door – a good position in the natural light where the traffic and people pass to and fro. Now I know their story, I’ll listen to the song & look forward to a longer view when I pick up my frames.

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