Did you know Abstract paintings are often based on reality? Most people see abstract paintings as a series of random marks, but if you spend any time looking you’ll realise many are more representational than you imagine. You could argue that any form of painting … Continue readingArchitectural Abstract Paintings – Greenwich bound.
Distinctive style can start in the most insignificant of ways. You never know when a small action can be the start of something great. There are moments in everyone’s life that are catalysts resulting in massive change. Sometimes, we’re aware of their existence and potential. … Continue readingDeveloping an distinctive style – The Painting that started it all
To celebrate my recent successes I’m giving away an original painting. All you need to do to enter is to sign up for my newsletter and give me an address where to send the print if you’re one of the lucky winners. I’ve decided to … Continue readingClaret and Moonlight – Painting Giveaway
A busy Saturday in Manchester. Passengers waiting for the tram. A moment in time held in the finished painting of the tramstop outside Manchester Central Library. Now for the tricky bit… Deciding what to call it! Waiting for a tram? Tram stop? I’m presently on … Continue readingTram by Manchester Central Library – New Artwork
Something different this week. I’m motivated to work more on the abstract for a while so I’m back to the Gherkin for inspiration. The pencil stage has taken me a while but I’m hoping to have it finished for the weekend. We shall see… This … Continue readingWhat’s on my Easel today?