One from the Archives for this week. Fleet Street painting.
The scene is the Kensington 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 … Continue readingKensington Olympia Painting Meditation
Across the Glowing Bridge St Paul’s, marble white against a Prussian blue sky which morphs into cadmium yellow and red earth before being lost into depths of darkness. The glow of the city bounces around the scene, reflecting on the water and through gaps in … Continue readingThe glowing Bridge to St Paul’s
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
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