Inner Stucture of an idea is my first attempt at a painting this size. It was a pivotal moment when I realised I needed to go large. Looking at abstract architecture painting, it’s tempting to wonder where it is. Speculation is fun but that would … Continue readingAbstract architecture painting of the Week – Inner Structure of an Idea
Continuing my 2019 retrospective. More contemporary paintings from the latter part of 2019 July First some Manchester love. The River Irwell in the evening light with the Cathedral in the distance.. August Drawing inspiration from Welsh Industry. Images and words that come to my mind … Continue readingContemporary paintings Created in 2019 – Part 2
As we pass through the last few days of 2019 It’s time to reflect on what’s happened over the year. In my case, what’s come out of the Studio. These are some of the paintings I’ve created in 2019. I’ve chosen my favourite from each … Continue readingPaintings Created in 2019 – A retrospective
I feel a song coming on. Wishing you all a very Merry Christmas from Cathy Read Art. Thank you for sharing my journey with you and I look forward to more adventures and shenanigans in 2020.
Manchester Central painting shows a major railway station in the heart of the city. Closed during the Beeching reforms and left derelict for years. It was used as a car park and little else. Transformed in the 80’s and 90’s to its current glorious state. … Continue readingMeditation on Manchester Central Painting
The moment I started to paint this, the Robot appeared. I’d been drawn to the ornate hinges on the large black door and the fanlight above. The orange yellow glow of ink became his eyes. The arch or stones above his hair. A mouth looking … Continue reading37 Robot Door Painting Meditation