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'Jam with Spoons' by Jonathan Hood is featured in the latest exhibition at kinblethmont Gallery, near Arbroath.

'Jam with Spoons' by Jonathan Hood is featured in the latest exhibition at kinblethmont Gallery, near Arbroath.

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THE LATEST exhibition at the Kinblethmont Gallery, near Arbroath, features the work of French artist, André Levicky from Léchère.

Known as the ‘Painter of the Marshes’ he was born in Lyon in 1931 of Russian and Czechoslovakian parentage. His work, influenced by the Impressionists, particularly Cezanne, is renowned in France and throughout Europe and Scotland; it is moody but harmonious, bold yet nostalgic.

Also exhibiting is Scottish artist Jonathan Hood from Dundee, who is well known in the east of Scotland. Jonathan Hood is influenced by Picasso, John Bellany, Warhol, Frances Bacon, Banksy, Carivagio, Braque, German Expressionism, Kandinsky, and Stanley Donwood. He has always been attracted to music, has played his guitar in several groups and written over fifty songs. His work is very tender and shows the gentle side of human relationships. The exhibition is free to the public. It opened on Saturday, March 16 and runs daily until Sunday, March 31 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.