The April exhibition at the Gallery at Elizabeth House features local artist Lydia Pierce. Titled ‘Colourscapes’ it’s an exhibition of paintings featuring a lively and expressive portrayal of the environment in vibrant colours. The paintings are of forest, sea, mountains and buildings and, inspired by a love of colour and light, they aim to capture a sense of place and evoke a deeper meaning.  The ‘Colourscapes’ paintings include vivid colours and strong brush strokes to depict an exuberant and different way of portraying wilderness, seascapes and architectural structures.
Lydia Pierce works primarily in acrylics but also in oils and other media.  She is is a member of Cookham Arts Club and has been a member of Maidenhead Painting Club for many years.
As well as the usual weekday opening from 9am to 3pm (closed between 12 and 1pm), Lydia is holding special a special Open Morning on Saturday April 8th from 10am to 1pm.

The Gallery at Elizabeth House is on Station Hill, Cookham, SL6 9BS, near Cookham Station.

A selection of images by Lydia Pierce