Inspiration for London Art is easy to find. Just go on a trip and walk around the city and you’ll find inspiration. Like when I went to Kngs Cross. I’ve been meaning to paint Kings Cross Station for a while. I’d never been there until … Continue readingFrom Paper to Painting – Kings Cross, London Art in Creation
The Right work of Art can make a room. And likewise the wrong piece of art can ruin it. Imagine a boardroom with tiny pictures of kittens playing with pompoms. Or a small bedroom with a 4 metre canvas of a bloody battle scene? Neither … Continue reading10 Questions to Help you Find the Right Art for your Home
Choosing Contemporary art for a room can be difficult. 1. Where you want the art to go. Contemporary art in a bedroom has to appeal to a different set of criteria than art you’d want in a study or dining room. 2. Will the Art … Continue reading10 Points to Consider when Choosing Contemporary Art?
A perfect painting can be wrecked in seconds. Knowing when to stop painting is a dilemma. If you’ve created anything from scratch you’ll know that you can be progressing well with a creation. Everything is working out well until.. You do a little bit too … Continue readingKnowing when to Stop Painting – Painting Admiralty Arch .
I’ve been blogging for a while now and 2 years ago I did a 30 day blog challenge run by Sarah and Paul Arrow at Sarkemedia. I’ve tried to repeat the process again with varying results. This month I’m trying again and, in a post … Continue readingDrinking Straw Art!
Do you need inspiration to create? I’m often asked where I find my inspiration. The short answer is everywhere. There’s a marvelous line from Chuck Close “Inspiration is for Amateurs, the rest of us just show up and get to work.” People tell me how … Continue readingMisty Thames – Inspiration to create a painting.