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
Time for another guessing game. This sundial commemorates a Silver wedding anniversary, but where is it? It’s not in Buckingham and you need to be out and about to see it. If you don’t know Buckingham, sadly, you can’t see it on google maps. The … Continue readingWhere’s the location for this Sundial Painting? 34 of the 4950 Series
Windows, come in all shapes and sizes, which is why there are a few variations in the 4950 series. These leaded windows belong to a church. The church in question is in North Bucks, you have plenty to chose from. You can definitely find these … Continue reading33 Metal Window painting
Painting Number 19 is an Arch Window. With this challenge I’m finding my interest waxes and wanes. This painting was a distinct interest painting. I found a good image to work on. Plus, whenever I hear the phrase Arch Window, I’m reminded of Children’s TV. … Continue readingHelp I forgot! Correcting mistakes when Painting – 4950 -#19 The Arch Window
Doorknobs aren’t usually the subject of paintings. Part of a painting, yes, but not the main feature. Cartoons, yes. as the mouse, fleeing from the cat, draw a door knob so he can escape. But rarely are they the feature of your actual paintings. Number … Continue readingReflecting on a humble Door knob.
Part of the 49/50 Painting Challenge. Find out how it began here. You know the phrase “The devil is in the details? It’s been proving something of a challenge to focus on the detail close up, rather than a view of the building. I’ve had … Continue readingVanishing Buttresses and other trials: 4950 Challenge #14