Finally I can reveal my latest Gherkin Abstract! It’s taken a little longer than planned but I’ve finally finished the work in progress I started last week. After a hectic but thoroughly enjoyable weekend followed by far too much paperwork I’ve been able to finish a painting! I’ve taken a more abstract view of the […]
Here’s the finished pigeon painting. I still think I need to work on the title. Everything I can think of sounds cheesy except for ‘Crossing the Thames’. I’m pleased how he gets lost in the river Thames. Like an ornithologist’s version of “Where’s Wally?” .Spot the Pigeon. You can see more London paintings with much
Haven’t posted anything for a while, so here’s one of my newer pieces, painted in time for Bucks Open Studios. It’s a very small painting for me. The phone box is in the Business Design Centre in Islington, London. On the first floor. I love the old phone boxes and it’s great to see them
Quite possibly my most elaborate painting yet! I’ve completed Sketching London… I’ve always liked multiple sketches on a page and wanted to achieve the same effect with this painting. London sketches includes most of the famous buildings and a few less well known that I’ve placed to balance the composition.
As Promised… Here’s the view from the London Cable Car. Until next time. – This painting has been sold but prints art available.
Sometimes finishing a painting is an effort. Nothing ab0ut the painting is hard or requires any problem solving. It’s just the subject no longer appeals for some reason. Procrastination rears it’s ugly head. When it happens, I find it’s best to plug away until it’s finished, then move onto the next thing. Usually I’m pleasantly