British Museum Sometimes I create a painting and forget about it. This is one of those painitng. Not because I don’t like it or feel that I did a good job, but because the finished painting isn’t in my possesion very long. This particular one … Continue readingBritish Museum Painting of the Week
Have you ever looked at a picture and thought “What exactly am I looking at here?” That was the mystery in my Canary Wharf Painting. It happens a lot at art exhibitions and, from time to time, in real life as well. It’s what I … Continue readingCanary Wharf Painting Meditation
Today the Spirit of Manchester Painting… Spirit of Manchester Painting is one of my Manchester series of the Town Hall, you can see more in my Manchester portfolio.
One from the archive for this weeks wordless wedneday. Hot Tin View painting.
Usualy, I shy away from thatched roof paintings. They are always in serious danger of becoming twee. The subject’s been overdone. It’s chocolate Box art at it’s most familiar. Don’t get me wrong, I love thatched cottages, it’s just there as so many paintings of … Continue reading46 Thatched Roof Painting
This fanlight painting is on a building I’ve wanted to paint for many years. Once a prominant victim of decay, it’s undergone a recent transformation. Keeping many of the features that attracted my attention, now it looks cared for. It’s a wonderful example of how … Continue reading44 Fanlight Painting