The Royal Opera House painting was an ambitions project. First there was the size and the level of detail in the image chosed. As usual with these types of projects, breaks are frequent as eye strain is a potential issue. Particularly at the masking level, … Continue readingRoyal Opera House Painting Creation
Transforming a blank page is the essence of art. All of my creations begin with white paper, and Battersea Reflections painting is no different. We join the process after the image is on the paper and the masking is well underway. You can just make … Continue readingBattersea Reflections Painting –
The begining of a painting always looks strange. Funny parts, disjointed and never quite making sense. My pictures always look grubby until the paint is applied. They also have a ghost like quality common of pencil outlines. The addition of masking fluid causing an unclean … Continue readingCreating a Painting of Charing Cross Station
This weeks Wordless Wednesday is Sloane Square at Night Sloane Square at night is one of my London Paintings, you can see more in my portfolio.