Artist Inspiration is the Holy Grail of the Art World. Many people ask artists “Where do you find your inspiration?“ Chances are a moment of hesitation will follow, if you’re one of those who do,. It’s the artist’s equivalent of asking “How long is a … Continue readingArtist Inspiration
In 2018 I did a course with Alyson Stanfield called Magnetic You. It lead to me developing a practice of meditation on my art. Some of these I recorded and they formed part of my Trip to Marylebone Exhibition. You can here the meditations over … Continue readingArt Connections- Meditations on My Art interview
What do you see when you look at this Painting of St Paul’s Cathedral? The image is not so much a snapshot in time. It’s conveys more of a the passing of time. Some areas are clear and sharp, like the painting of St Paul’s … Continue readingMeditating on a Painting of St Paul’s Cathedral at night
In January 2018 I set about completing 50 paintings of Architectural Aspects by 31st December. The 49/50 Painting Challenge was born. I’m sailing close to the wire on this one. As I write the painting is not finished. Not in itself a problem, as it’s a … Continue reading49 50 Painting Challenge – Painting 2 Railings festooned with frost
What’s that? I hear you say. 49 50 what? Excited to reveal the first of my big plans for 2018. Don’t you just love that sense of the new that January brings? Inspired by my Artist friend Alexandra Buckle who did a 50 print challenge … Continue readingIntroducing the 49 50 Paintings of Architectural Aspects Challenge!
Did you know Abstract paintings are often based on reality? Most people see abstract paintings as a series of random marks, but if you spend any time looking you’ll realise many are more representational than you imagine. You could argue that any form of painting … Continue readingArchitectural Abstract Paintings – Greenwich bound.