What do you see when you look at this Painting of St Paul’s Cathedral? The image is not so much a snapshot in time. It’s conveys more of a the passing of time. Some areas are clear and sharp, like the painting of St Paul’s … Continue readingMeditating on a Painting of St Paul’s Cathedral at night
This London Eye Painting shouts at you. Standing before this London Eye Painting, you cannot ignore it. The feeling of size, demands attention. There is an instant “Look at me!” sense as the image burns itself on your consciousness. This is no subtle piece. The … Continue readingLondon Eye Painting – Meditating on art.
Gherkin painting – meditating on Whispering Glass. The first thing you’ll notice in this is a swathe of blue green swirling from the top of the Gherkin painting, which d disappears, after a few wave. Slipping down by the dark building at the bottom right. … Continue readingWhispering Glass – Meditating on a Moody Gherkin Painting.
Natural history graffiti The first thing you notice about natural history graffiti is the towering edifice looming above you. It seems to go on forever. Drawing your eyes up to the molten sky, like they’re alien rocks or Meteors hurled across space. The sky is … Continue readingNatural History Graffiti – Meditations on a Painting
Painting Number 19 is an Arch Window. With this challenge I’m finding my interest waxes and wanes. This painting was a distinct interest painting. I found a good image to work on. Plus, whenever I hear the phrase Arch Window, I’m reminded of Children’s TV. … Continue readingHelp I forgot! Correcting mistakes when Painting – 4950 -#19 The Arch Window
Much of the painting is dark blues and purples but I see galaxies of stars in violet and indigo with tiny suns of ocre and swirling masses of spiraling stars. There’s a cage like structure where the building leads your eye to the brilliant patch … Continue readingPainting meditations – The light at the end of the tunnel