Last Sunday I took part in “Brush with Fame” It was the launch of Bucks Open Studios and participating artists were asked to take part. I volunteered as I felt I needed a challenge. Painting a portrait in 4 hours. For a landscape painter who normally takes days, it was not going to be easy. […]
After filming, I fell in love with Stop Motion Painting recording. One of the most exciting pieces of film from the Landscape Artist of the Year filming last June was seeing the stop motion film they took of me on the day. I love the way you can magically see everything fall into place. As
A painting emerges from chaos It’s a magical moment in the progress of any artwork. With my paintings it’s the final step in the creative process, where the dramatic transformation takes place. You can see that moment happen later on and I also have video for you, but first, I need to set the scene.
Painting Transformations are fascinating, aren’t they? I’m always amazed with the whole process of developing a painting from a blank page. Last week I decided to try something new, video. OK, so I’ve done video before, but not like this. But creating a painting in Progress video, of all the stages of painting, has been
Painting outside is challenging. A few weeks ago I was out in the cold, wet and wind at Winslow Market demonstrating at a promotional event for Bucks Open Studios. Here is proof, if proof is needed. And it was indeed, cold and wet, and windy although we did get sunshine by the time we were
It’s that time of year again… Bucks Open Studios! Alexandra and I will be joining forces again and opening the doors between 6th-21st June. As usual we will have an exhibition as well demonstrations and will be happy to answer any questions about our own or each other’s works. We thought we might mix things