how capitalism has and is driving

 Possible projects include a Laperouse painting, one or 2 on the theme of Nelson and Trafalgar (because the Victory 2005 series are about to become available for sale, I will write the story here soon) a further famous wine village series this time involving more working people in the paintings,  and I have a new idea that relates to paintings about some of the big issues of our times.

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Gallerie Marin, Appledore, will reopen – Audrey Hinks told me this week.

Gallerie Marin (Market St, Appledore, N. Devon) reopening is great news for Audrey’s clients and artists including me, Gordon Frickers.
In my view Audrey Hinks is a great “people person”, one of the very, very few gallery owners who acts with total integrity with her clients and her artists.

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Morris men, a synagogue and Vagrant

Morris men, on my return to Plymouth I found my friend and fellow painter David Folley is busy with numerous large impressive portraits, some theatrical people, a couple of exotic female nudes and a series of paintings of Morris men.

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Clansman departing Castlebay, Barra – The Story

Clansman arriving at Castlebay, Barra

Clansman departing Castlebay, Barra – a thoroughly professional commission, thank you all at Calmac

Today you can view “Clansman departing Castlebay, Barra” onboard ship in the main saloon of Clansman, or collect a beautiful signed copy here from page http://frickers.co.uk/prints.html See below how pleased others are with their copies!

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