The Battersea Power Station painting is a story of energy. Battersea Power Station abandoned and neglected for years. The source of London’s power besides the Thames the source/cause of London’s power in trade and Commerce. Both key to the success of the great city. Battersea … Continue readingBattersea Reborn meditations
Looking at the St Paul’s Painting, What do you see? Russet reds, golden yellow against the night sky. Texture permeates the piece. The ground a rich display of oranges, yellows and burnt umber, like a molten path of lava moving ominously. Oblivious to the ‘danger’, … Continue readingMeditating By the Light of St Paul’s Painting
Vertical Aspirations is one of my early paintings of Manchester. Developing my style involved created numerous paintings of Manchester. The essential components exist in this early painting. There are white lines, blown ink and blooms are there, but also elements that I don’t use in … Continue readingPaintings of Manchester – Meditations on Vertical Aspirations
In this London bus painting, the first thing you notice is the bus. You can’t really ignore that big red box with windows now can you? The second bus is less obvious but still easy to find. There was another behind that one as well … Continue readingBus queue – Meditating on a London Bus Painting
Sloane Square at night, it is what you see. More than half of the painting is road, wet road after a day of constant rain. The pink and orange sky a hint of better weather on the horizon or worse to come. Red sky at … Continue readingMeditation on Art – Painting of Sloane Square at night
The Fortnum and Mason painting’s a busy one. Lots of colour and texture everywhere. Two main colours dominate, orange/brown and blue/green. The scene is Fortnum and Mason on Piccadilly. A long-established, respectable firm with a reputation reaching back a few centuries to 1707. The Clock … Continue readingMeditations on Fortnum and Mason Painting – New artwork.