Abstraction in a painting of City Hall in London Looking back, it’s possible to see progress that isn’t obvious while you were living through the time. This painting of City Hall in London is one of my early large paintings. Now, I can see how … Continue readingHow a Painting of City Hall in London Lead to An understanding Of abstract Art
Today’s video is a Houses of Parliament Painting creation. Rainbow Palace was created a while ago so I’m reliving it’s creation as I post it. This is a different use of video for me, I hope you enjoy it! After creating a painting I spend … Continue readingParliament Painting creation – Rainbow Palace
For Saturday Night Live Art Shows, this week, I’m looking at a Natural History Museum painting titled Natural History Graffiti. Inspired while waiting in a queue to visit the museum on a Friday during Half term. It’s well worth a visit, but take my advice. … Continue readingNatural History Museum Painting up close
This Salt pot is a wonderful example of how waste becomes art, in some cases. Over a period of two and a half years all the salt removed from my paintings went into this little pasta jar. Every time I use salt in the painting … Continue readingWhen waste becomes art all by itself.
What’s happening in this Keble College Painting? Keble College elicits mixed reactions, some love it. Others think it a vulgar display of showy architecture, or some such thought. Personally, I like it, and grew to respect it more when I created these Keble College paintings. … Continue readingKeble College Painting – Musings in Pusey Quad
Talking about Art this week, Cathy discusses her painting of part of the Royal Academy’s railings. I don’t usually share my reference images, but I thought I’d make an exception for this post. Here it is. Curious to see the rest of the railings and … Continue readingTalking about Art – R A Railings Painting