Category Archives: New work


‘Cirencester, Capital Of The Cotswolds’ by Laurie Plant

This evening, Friday 10 May, the Chairman of the Trust, Trustee Andrew Lichnowski, will launch The Bingham Library Trust’s ‘2013 Summer Exhibition’. There will be an official unveiling of the specially commissioned painting at a […]

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Fleece Hotel Cirencester

Thinking of the contrasts between sheep in pictures by Henry Moore and Samuel Palmer, I instigated a foray into a field full of sheep of my own! Using a large, liner-rigger brush enabled me to […]

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Cirencester – Capital of the Cotswolds

More recent studies of Cirencester buildings and streets are now viewable on flickr. The watercolours and pastel drawings are made on the spot. I am researching buildings and streets to find out more about them, […]

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Public Commission for Bingham Library Trust

I’m working on a public commission that is close to heart and home, ‘Cirencester – Capital of the Cotswolds’. This is a large canvas for The Bingham Library Trust. I’ve been making pencil, ink, watercolour […]

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EnergistUK commission

In this video (update 2012 – sadly no longer available) Sarah Fenwick, Managing Director of EnergistUK, is talking with Laurie Plant about the 3.5 metre long painting commissioned to portray the best parts of the […]

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Private commission – Iconic Cotswolds

Iconic Cotswolds is the latest in the series of Iconic Paintings. This private commission has a very different feel to the Cities: I have worked with Cotswold stone, tractors, animals and green fields. The countryside […]

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Iconic Edinburgh

My latest private commission, Iconic Edinburgh, is finished. It can be previewed in the Gallery.

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Private Commission: Cirencester Parish Church

The Parish Church is mid-way through a major restoration project. A recent painting has been commissioned, via the Parish Council, to reflect the importance of the Parish Church at the heart of the Town. It […]

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