Do you ever wish you’d waited a bit long before doing the next step? Well, I’ve had one of those moments when I wish I had.I started removing the masking and realised that the bell tower is not distinct. And it’s bothering me! I often find parts of a picture can be fainter than I’d
Work on St Catherine’s is moving along steadily. I’m now at the painting stage. The first painting layer is always an organic process. Once finished I need to leave it to dry and the paint alters as it dries. Colours mix and separate. It’s one of the stages I love most because I’m never 100%
The New Year might have started slowly. But it’s gaining momentum Swan Mill painting, the first 2013 completed piece. The Swan Mill painting features lots of crumbling brick and barbed wire. It can be found in North Manchester at Chadderton/Middleton Juction on the Rochdale Canal. Like many remaining cotton mills, it has lost it’s chimney.