Review of Plough exhibition

Review of Plough Exhibition Attached below are all Comments, positive and negative, from the Visitors' Book. For those who were unable to attend, they might help to give a broader view of the exhibition. Needless to say(!), I disagree with the (anonymous) comment that the paintings did not show the "spiritual" side of women, nor their "light" or "joy" - it was my intention to show exactly those qualities coupled to their strength and sexuality. I've always believed women to be stronger than men.

You will see that someone else, also anonymous, simply said they did not like the exhibition. Fair enough of course although it would have been useful to know a little of what lay behind that judgement. Someone kicked off the Comments by asking where were the nude men, I think the answer to that is in the show's title.

However, it's gratifying that the majority did find the exhibition enjoyable and thought-provoking. I wish it had been better attended because this would have made feedback more useful artistically. Once again, my sincere thanks to all those who did make the effort to come.

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Elizabeth M-S
- 14 September 2017 at 12:59pm

Regarding the negative comments in your visitors book..

“How much easier it is to be critical than to be correct.”
― Benjamin Disraeli...
and what a coward to remain anonymous.
Bonne courage.
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