Transforming a blank page is the essence of art. All of my creations begin with white paper, and Battersea Reflections painting is no different. We join the process after the image is on the paper and the masking is well underway. You can just make … Continue readingBattersea Reflections Painting –
Strong, resolute, Portcullis House owes much to the history of the United Kingdom. Its name and shape suggest that ancient security device, the portcullis. but its style is distinctly 21st century. The roof tiling forms trapezoid shape fanning out to the bottom edge. Lines that … Continue readingMeditation on a Portcullis House painting
This painting of the Natural History Museum is part of my London Series. Follow the link to see more.
The brown trefoil leaf and iron curls dominate the railings painting. The rest of the features are rough and incomplete. A mix of dark tones wrestle for space as the colours expand from their original places. Dark, nut brown, indigo and black merge together in … Continue readingMeditation on RA Railings Painting