Wolfson College, Oxford – view from Rainbow Bridge The painting of Wolfson College, Oxford – the view from Rainbow Bridge is the first of my Oxford series. A familiar sight, on the bank of Cherwell. You’re standing, viewing the college from the Rainbow Bridge. Below, … Continue readingWolfson College, Oxford – View from Rainbow Bridge
Dramatic painting of the London Eye, may be my thing, but talking on video isn’t. This one has the added delight of the painting falling down partway through. Chuffed I managed to stay composed though. And the painting itself, no need to duck, this one … Continue readingDramatic painting of the London Eye
Why is this painting of Chelsea Bridge called Four B’s? It’s a strange name for a painting. I’m not sure why I chose the title, except I was aware of the bus and a motorbike crossing Chelsea bridge, with Battersea Power Station in the distance. … Continue readingPainting of Chelsea bridge – Four B’s
This week’s talk is about Manchester City Stadium painting AKA Manchester Blue. A painting of the Etihad Stadium, the mecca for the blue fans on a Saturday afternoon, or any time City are playing.
The Life of London Churches painting depicts St Paul’s, bleached white by sunlight. It’s elegant, classic, austere and aloof. In stark contrast to the buildings on the right. They’re mucky, blurred. And imprecise. It’s hard to see the windows in details, unlike the crisp white … Continue readingReflecting on the Life of London Churches Painting
Manchester Red is and Old Trafford Painting which I felt obliged to create. I’m not really a football fan, although I grew up with football on the television, and have watched a few games in my time. Just a long time ago. Manchester United was … Continue readingManchester Red Old Trafford Painitng