Libby Page "Transitions" 2017 Exhibition Catalogue

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Hello and welcome to the next body of work by Libby Page. It has been quite a year for Libby who has moved from the sunny south of France to the cooler climes of Berlin. This TRANSITION has at times felt as brutal as the difficult phase reflected in the life of the Canal du Midi, about which Libby is still passionate. Yet, as always, there are messages of hope and regeneration within her work. While continuing to tell the story of the trees along the Canal, this year Libby also painted other French landscapes and we see she has begun to explore the beautiful forests that surround Berlin. The Chop oil on canvas 50 x 40cm

Pigasse 2017 oil on canvas 75 x 100cm


We hope you enjoy this collection.


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Good News! Libby has teamed up this year with “Replantons Le Canal du Midi” the VNF group committed to replanting the trees along the canal. Together they have created a 2018 wall hanging calendar and sales will help raise funds for the new trees. More info. below.

Little Growing Baby Trees oil on canvas 54 x 73cm

Take Two - Diptych oil on canvas 46 x ~55cm per canvas, 46 x 109cm together



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Fortunately for us, out of sight is not out of mind when it comes to Libby’s work, rather a definite case of absence makes the heart grow even fonder! Here are some French landscapes that she has produced from her Berlin studio… fondly reminiscing.

The Blue Tree / Sunset for Paraza (details below) oil on canvas 30 x 200cm


The Pink Tree (details below) oil on canvas 30 x 200cm


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Vignes / Deine Garten oil on canvas 116 x 81cm


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Berlin is surrounded by beautiful woodlands. Here are Libby’s first three paintings exploring this new terrain.

Wald 1#b oil on canvas 70 x 50cm


Winter Wald oil on canvas 30 x 60 cm

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Transition oil on canvas 100 x 73 cm


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149,75 Miles oil on canvas 75 x 100 cm

2600€ - reserved

Pastel oil on canvas 33 x 41 cm


Back to the canal, this time near Toulouse. Libby’s last, littlest but not least, painting in this year’s show is an homage to ‘Pastel’ the deep blue dye made from the little yellow flowers that grow all around Toulouse and upon which this city built it’s fortunes in the 13th-15th centuries. page 8

In addition to the new paintings, we are pleased to present a series of limited edition reproductions of earlier works. The prints below are printed onto acid free watercolour paper, 300gms. The edition is limited to 20 and each print is individually titled, numbered and signed by the artist.



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LAUNCHING… Libby Page cushions!! Already a huge success, Libby has added three new designs to her range of cushions. The latest designs are a step back in time to her very first exhibition here in Azille. Each cushion measures 40 x 40cm, comes filled, with a zip to easily remove the washable, lined, vegan suede cover.

FAQ: What on earth is vegan suede? A: Vegan Suede is the vegan alternative to the soft, premium-priced leather product. It is made from microfibre so just as gentle to the touch as real suede and better still, it is animal friendly.

Don’t Forget… for every calendar sold this year, Libby will donate 5% to the replantation project.

We would love to see you at the show, opening 28th October and running until 6th December. However, if you can’t make it, shipping is also no problem. Contact Angela Saunders at

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Libby Page - Biography Following in the footsteps of Fauve painters and contemporary artists such as Peter Doig and David Hockney, this UK trained artist pushes at the boundaries of landscape painting, enveloping the viewer in the beauty of nature with her large, bright canvases. Trained originally as a sculptor, Libby particularly enjoys the strong architectural rhythm of trees and playing with any given perspective. Working with these compositional elements and her preferred bold palette, the artist invites us to take a fresh look at nature. Despite changing landscapes as trees are felled and climate changes, Libby Page continues to make work full of hope and life. Current 28 October – 6 December 2017 Solo show Galerie Inspiré, Azille, Southern France Past Solo Exhibitions 2016 AUTUMN, New Works, Vivid colours of the Languedoc. Galerie Inspiré 2016 Limited edition reproductions. Maison du Port, La Redorte 2016 PRINTS an exclusive show of limited edition reproductions, including APs. Le Coin d’Art 2015 Galerie Inspiré 2014 LYON Atelier-Galerie E.S. 2014 Galerie Inspiré 2013 Château Cabezac 2013 Galerie Inspiré Past Group Exhibitions Throughout the year since 2016 exhibiting with Vue Sur Cours gallery in Narbonne, Southern France 2017 2017 2016 2016

Open Air Gallery on the Oberbaum bridge, Berlin Exclusive soirée: Galerie Vue Sur Cours in partnership with Chateau Sériège, France VNF (Voie Navigables de France) fundraising exhibition. Le Somail and Paraza, France Journée Mondiale de l’Environment. With the Soroptimists clubs of Narbonne, Beziers, Toulouse et Carcassonne and the VNF 2014 Galerie Pic’sel, Gruissan, France 2014 Fundraiser for TRC and, Bath, UK 2014 Chez Poulet, Gruissan, France 2013 Journée des arts, Armissan, France 2012 L’atelier Narbonnaise à La Poudrière, Narbonne, France 2012 Chez Poulet, Gruissan, France 2008 Exposition privée, St Chinian, France 2004, - 2006 Chair of BANA’s Exhibitions committee, Bath, UK 2003 Curator / Organiser of various events, UK 2001 House Gallery, Camberwell, London 1996

-1999 BA (Hons) Wimbledon School of Art, London, UK

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