I shall be flabbergasted if anyone can tell me where this pipework sculpture is. It’s behind shops somewhere in central Buckingham, that’s all I can really tell you without being exact. These pipes don’t seem to have been planned but added as required, giving them … Continue reading45 Pipework Sculpture or creative Plumbing?
This fanlight painting is on a building I’ve wanted to paint for many years. Once a prominant victim of decay, it’s undergone a recent transformation. Keeping many of the features that attracted my attention, now it looks cared for. It’s a wonderful example of how … Continue reading44 Fanlight Painting
This Rooftop painting is inspired by a tiled roof in a Buckinghamshire village which seems to have everything thrown at it, and the result is…? Colourful, complicated, cosy, *insert adjective here* Think someone wanted to get there money’s worth with this one. It’s a bit … Continue reading43 Tiled rooftop painting
As architecture art goes, this has lots of features to note. Arch windows, stonework, leaded windows and the shape of the porch. The entrance to a former church, now repurposed and well used. As you can see, I’ve gone wild with colour. The building is … Continue readingArchitecture art: Enter The Porch
I have to admit to envisioning something far more mundane than this for the Drainpipe. My original plan was this one. Basic, functional, worn. Then I went on a photoshoot and found this offering, a historic feature by someone obviously wanting to impress. It’s drainpipe … Continue readingPainting number 41 Drainpipe Art for the 4950 series
Mosaic floors have always had a fascination for me. The fragments of tiny tiles placed together to create an artwork with a permanent feel. My mosaic floor painting is fragile by comparison. Water will easily destroy all aspects of it, but runs right off the … Continue readingMosaic floor painting 40th of the 4950 Paintings