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
Where do I start? Silver Tips is a frosty painting and piece about contrasts. The hard edges of the railings against soft, indistinct foliage behind. The lines formed by the cobwebs are irregular and damaged. Not the typical image of structure and order, we think … Continue readingFrosty Painting Meditations – Silver Tips
My challenge to create 50 pieces of architectural art inspired by architecture in Buckingham and surrounding villages is complete! I decided to finish symbolically with a signpost.It implies What next?, which direction shall I go? And that is the question now, what architectural art shall … Continue readingArchitectural Art #50 – The final 4950 painting!
As I approched the final paintings in the 4950 painting challenge, there were a few last minute shuffles. Paintings I was struggling with and didn’t decide on the specific subject matter until the deadline for completing the painting challenge finished. The final 2 paintings were … Continue reading4950 Painting Challenge penultimate painting- 49 Gate Latch
I have a feeling that this steeple painting won’t be hard to find either. There aren’t many steeples on churches near Buckingham. Just to say, it’s a village church, and a beautiful building at that. It’s hard to convey the height in a square picture. … Continue reading48 Steeple Painting
Not hard to guess where the original for this phonebox painting is. Let’s face it, it’s big, it’s red and it tells you exactly where it is! Gawcott is emblazoned on at least 2 sides. How can you miss a phonebox in Gawcott? I’d say … Continue reading47 Phonebox Painting