Contemporary paintings Created in 2019 – Part 2

Painting of the South Bank of the Thames in London featuring City Hall - ©2019 Cathy Read 76 x 56 cm

Continuing my 2019 retrospective. More contemporary paintings from the latter part of 2019

July

First some Manchester love. The River Irwell in the evening light with the Cathedral in the distance..

Irwell Reflections - Cathy Read - Watercolour and acrylic ink - ©2019
Irwell Reflections – Cathy Read – Watercolour and acrylic ink – ©2019

August

Drawing inspiration from Welsh Industry. Images and words that come to my mind when I thnk of Wales.

Welsh industry painting. Painting of steam train, Big Pit, Snowdon, Welsh words and other symbols of Welsh Industry - ©2019 - Cathy Read - Watercolour and Acrylic - 56 x 76 cm
Welsh Industry – ©2019 – Cathy Read – Watercolour and Acrylic – 56 x 76 cm

September

Historical Manchester meets the present day inspired September’s art.

Painting of the Shambles now Sinclairs in Manchester50 x 40cm ©2019 Cathy Read Watercolour and acrylic HR
Shambles – Cathy Read – ©2019 – 50 x 40cm Watercolour and acrylic HR

October

More urban architecture and the Bee Memorial graffiti in Stevenson Square, Manchester.

Contemporary Paintings of Stevenson Square with the graffitiBees - 50 x 40cm ©2019 Cathy Read
Stevenson Square Bees – ©2019 Cathy Read 50 x 40cm

November

Looking up down south. Finding inspiration in London again around the back of Charing Cross Station and Hotel.

Contemporary paintings of the back of Charing Cross Station coming up from the Underground - ©2019 Cathy Read 76 x 56 cm
Charing Cross Station – ©2019 Cathy Read 76 x 56 cm

December

Ending the year with some painting fireworks. A spash of colour on City Hall.

Contemporay paintings of the South Bank of the Thames in London featuring City Hall - ©2019 Cathy Read  76 x 56 cm
South Bank City Hall – ©2019 Cathy Read 76 x 56 cm

Wishing you joyful celebrations this evening. Here’s to creating more contemporary paintings in 2020. I wonder what art will emerge in 2020? I have ideas, but they always evolve. My paintings devlop on their own after I paint them, so I never know exactly how they’ll turn out until I’ve finished removing the masking layer.

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