Designer Stadium is a Wembley Stadium Artwork that I’m proud of. Not least because it was a struggle to create. When I started working on London Architecture, I wanted to create a piece of Wembley Stadium Art and ended up using one of the worst … Continue readingWembley Stadium Art – Why images matter.
Dirty Old Mill is the second painting I did of this mill. When creating the Quarry Bank Mill painting featuring the historic building in Styal, Cheshire, I was sure of one thing.There’s something wrong with this reference image. When you look you see a well … Continue readingQuarry Bank Mill Painting The Grime
Glorious green roof besides a wall like molten lava on an alien world, in Manchester, With Hot Tin View I continued to experiment with texture in abstract paintings. It originated as a chance passing on a photo shoot in Manchester. I was on my way … Continue readingHot Tin View – texture in abstract paintings
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 is the point of art? In times like now, when massive social and emotional upheaval exists, we are wise to focus on what’s important in life. The health and wellbeing of those we love and ourselves. Security and provision, mental wellbeing. All these things … Continue readingPoint of Art – A Vision of Milton Keynes
A Painting Commission conjours up mixed emotions in artists. Some love the challenge, others will run to the hills. It’s true that commissions can be a gift or a curse, but which they are depends of how well you prepare. This is true for both … Continue readingWhen an Old post resulted in a painting commission – Quarry Bank Mill