The Chantry chapel, the oldest building in Buckingham, and a National trust property. There’s much about the building to note what we’re focused on the small gate at the entrance. Behind is the chapel wall and main doorway. The gate leads to steps and a … Continue reading4 chantry chapel 4950 Buckingham Painting
Drain painting is not the usual province of art. We don’t seek them out as a drawing subject. They’re not revered as objects of beauty. Quite the reverse in fact. We hide them from sight. Divert focus away from them, unless we have to deal … Continue readingIs a Drain Painting art? Art meditations
I shall be flabbergasted if anyone can tell me where this pipework sculpture is. It’s behind shops somewhere in central Buckingham, that’s all I can really tell you without being exact. These pipes don’t seem to have been planned but added as required, giving them … Continue reading45 Pipework Sculpture or creative Plumbing?
Mosaic floors have always had a fascination for me. The fragments of tiny tiles placed together to create an artwork with a permanent feel. My mosaic floor painting is fragile by comparison. Water will easily destroy all aspects of it, but runs right off the … Continue readingMosaic floor painting 40th of the 4950 Paintings
Manchester Blue Where to begin describing this painting . The Etihad stadium or Manchester City’s football ground. A place dear to the heart of the supporters. A building designed with crowds all football fans in mind . The numerous spiralling walkways that lead into or … Continue readingMeditating on Manchester Blue, painting the Etihad Stadium
I originally planned this to be a dome but eventually settled on a Timber framed building. I ran out of time to get the reference photo. The structure of Timber framing has always appealed and they do have a quintessetially English feel about them. With … Continue reading38 Timber Frame building – 4950 Series