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EXHIBITION OF PAINTINGS BY UP AND COMING UK ABSTRACT ARTIST HAYDN IN HISTORIC ENGLISH VILLAGE




Once again, people, apologies for the change in 'title-style'. I'm still trying to find the format that brings the best engagement to my articles. When Wix – the platform I use for this blog – altered things for us writers, I dipped my toes in the waters of SEO and found that longer titles seemed to work better than short, snappy ones. My first post after the change (April 5th) brought nearly a 300% increase in engagement within ten minutes, but only three of you have looked at my most recent post of May 17th, so I'm baffled.


Is the title boring, not enticing, or something else?


Are you too busy enjoying the summer weather? Please do continue, but do also have a read of my blog while enjoying a cheeky chilled glass in the garden!


May 17th's post was quite an important one for me, so please let me know where I've gone wrong. I'm especially curious because that post was about an Exhibition, and barely anyone read it; while April 5th also consisted of exhibition news (albeit that the exhibition was cancelled), and was apparently a hit.


Exhibition news it is again today then! Always worth a try. Please could I ask you all to share as much as you feel you would like to? Use your social media please. I love writing these articles, especially the art history ones, and that – up to a point- is reward in it itself. When it is a promotion however, it would be nice if the reach could be a big one, certainly more than three! Thank you.


All work at Molasses House https://molasseshouse.com/browse-art/artists/haydn can be purchased remotely via the gallery site, with finance available, so you do not have to miss out by not being local!


Now on to today's main message, which is promotion again! On April 28th, I mentioned the upcoming Flamstead Arts Festival https://www.flamsteadheritage.org/flamstead-arts-festival/meet-the-artists/ in which I will be exhibiting alongside seven other amazing and diverse artists.


For this, you do have to be reasonably local! If you come along between 6th and 9th June, you can see around ten to twelve of my pieces, all available for sale (card payments accepted). As the Festival website shows, you can also enjoy a huge range of activities and displays including music and drama. Paintings are displayed indoors (thank you!) in the glorious, famous and historic church of St Leonard's.


The FAF (Flamstead Arts Festival) folks have so kindly used one of my images as a thumbnail to illustrate the 'Throughout The Festival' paragraph here https://www.flamsteadheritage.org/flamstead-arts-festival/


Here it is – it will be available to purchase at the Festival.



Large unframed abstract painting in red and blue  by abstract artist Haydn
WITH THE QUIET PRIMEVAL SUN - HAYDN (2024) - Acrylic on Unframed Deep-Edge Canvas

Hope to see some of you at Flamstead, and once again, keep sharing please!


Thank you for your support.





EXHIBITION OF PAINTINGS BY UP AND COMING UK ABSTRACT ARTIST HAYDN IN HISTORIC ENGLISH VILLAGE Copyright Haydn Dickenson 2024

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