8 Cottage Latch Painting The handle is worn, rusty, with flakes of paint. Pale blue highlights wiggle across the back plate. Rusty round headed screws mask the corners. Look at the original from an angle and you can see the iridescence sheen. More squiggles trace … Continue readingMeditation on a Cottage Latch painting
15 Well Street School The gable end of the school is typical of municipal buildings throughout the UK. The red brick arch windows speak of lofty ideas beneficence and learning. Whether the pupils are the same I can’t say. Knowing children, I suspect most dislike … Continue reading15 Well Street School
I had big plans for my Walkie Talkie painting Creation. It all started so well, but then… well, first let me set the scene. First I created my graphite image, all good but hard to photograph, so no image. Onto the second stage as the … Continue readingWalkie Talkie Painting Creation
St Pancras Twins is one if my London Series. You can see more in the series in my portfolio.
At first it’s hard to figure out what you’re looking at in this image. Painting Battersea Power Stations Reflections in a mirror like pool. I say mirror-like because it’s almost smooth, but not quite. Gentle ripples ride accross the surface as a delicate breeze disrupts … Continue readingPainting Battersea, Reflections on art
I thought I’d do something a little different for my Northumberland Avenue Painting in Progress. A video and single gallery. You might recognise the video from my home page’s header The painting process is more of an evolution, as layers of inks travel across the … Continue readingNorthumberland Avenue Painting – What happens in the studio