News & Events
29th July 2018
CONTEMPORARY AND TRADITIONAL LANDSCAPES
TWO DAY WORKSHOP FOR BEGINNERS AND IMPROVERS
with Lindsey J Cole and Roger Dell Seddon
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at Holt Village Hall Nr Wimborne Dorset
£130 for two days
To secure your place contact Lindsey on 01425 489376
17th March 2018
I am very pleased to announce that a selection of my paintings can now be seen and purchased at this prestigeous gallery in Dorset.
The gallery is set in a restored 17th century building in the heart of the historic village of Corfe Castle. It is surrounded by the stunning scenery of the Purbeck Hills and the World Heritage Coastline. This setting has inspired artists for generations and the area is a magnet for art lovers with its growing number and variety of galleries.
Chris and Steve Clarke specialise in promoting the work of Dorset based painters and sculptors with invited...Continue Reading
10th February 2018
I am very pleased that one of my recently completed paintings has been selected for The St Barbe Open Exhibition 2018. It was painted entirely on location in Swanage this January and will be exhibited at St Barbe Museum and Art Gallery in Lymington between 23 February and 15 April.
Congratulations are due to all selected artists which include several of my painting friends from Bournemouth Arts Club.
29th January 2018
SOUTHAMPTON CITY ART GALLERY
FOUR SEASONS OPEN EXHIBITION 2018
3 FEBRUARY TO 21 APRIL 2018
Roger is pleased to confirm three of his oil paintings have been selected for this prestigeous Open Exhibition.
05th December 2017
In September I was asked to undertake a commission for a City of London partnership of Chartered Environmental Consultants specialising in urban regeneration and property development projects in the UK. The Shard was a project they had been actively involved with at detailed planning stage and my brief was to paint a panoramic citiscape spanning the River Thames. This needed to incorporate the Shard and the prominent central city core buildings.
It would be an image with two separate primary points of interest. To overcome this composition problem I decided on a...Continue Reading