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Ben Ainslie’s hope for a fourth Olympic gold is on course but seriously challenged, while corporate greed is spoiling parts of the games.
You can view the Ben Ainslie paintings at The Coastal Gallery.
Great Britain’s most decorated Olympic sailor knows he can take nothing for granted.
There is a rare chance to view, possibly own, 2 original Ben Ainslie paintings and sketches produced by Gordon Frickers under licence from the British Olympic Association at www.frickers.co.uk and see them for your self near Weymouth at The Coastal Gallery, Southampton Road, Lymington: (http://www.coastal-gallery.co.uk/page4.htm).
Here is an amazing new painting for the web site, enjoy.
The painting can also serve to introduce ‘The Art of Gordon Frickers’ to some leading galleries and auction houses; which one will seize the opportunity to sell this unique picture?
This time it was to be the train to Paris then major on the Metro. I attended a UKTI / British Marine Federation Showcase at The Ambassador’s Residence, research at Musee Maritime, Paris, the main focus of this all to brief visit to a magnificent city.
My flight was confirmed today. Apparently I’m going to be a starlet on TV a first for a marine artist?
This re HM Schooner Pickle, the gallant little ship that carried the news of the battle of Trafalgar and the death of Nelson, interview to be with Tom Cunliffe…