Stained glass, twisted and torn, this broken window once knew better days. Neglected, abandoned, a once glorious window is in a sorry state of repair. Glass missing, it’s metal supports have been twisted and are now hanging loose. In another part of the world it … Continue readingBroken Window on the Past
The scene is Kensington’s Olympia station. The painting captures the grubbiness of a railway station. It seems no matter how well maintained it may be, there is a tiredness and careworn appearance within any railway station or undercover railway or underground station. Sure there are … Continue readingOlympia Painting Meditation
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The Haymarket painting meditation Talking about the art one creates can be hard. In 2018 I began to spend tine reflecting on my paintings, which has evolved into a ritual. The following is my meditation on Haymarket Corner, a painting that was finished in 2018. … Continue readingHaymarket Inspires, London Painting reflections
Growing up in Manchester, football features heavily. Even if you’re disinterested, most of those around you are. There is a rivalry between the 2 Manchester clubs, United and City that almost splits the city, until something serious happens of course and then it’s just Manchester. … Continue readingOld Trafford Painting – Manchester Red