So, this weeks work in progress is an alley leading to St James’s on Piccadilly. First we have the masked image. It’s a bit faint but you can make out the spire in the centre and the rows of buildings leading to it. Here’s the … Continue readingBlue Spire of St James’s Painting in Progress
The Haymarket corner painting was well travelled bfore it was finished. I started it in the Studio and had every intention of completing it there. Then I received a call from Anne Blankson Hemens of the Society of Women Artists asking if I could stand … Continue readingHaymarket Painting in Progress
20 Fenchurch Street is one of those buildings that people either love or hate. It evokes strong emotions because it is so different to the surrounding architecture. Towering overhead in this Walkie Talkie painting, it inspires that sense of looming that tall buildings convey. Older … Continue readingMeditation on the Walkie Talkie Painting
Strong, resolute, Portcullis House owes much to the history of the United Kingdom. Its name and shape suggest that ancient security device, the portcullis. but its style is distinctly 21st century. The roof tiling forms trapezoid shape fanning out to the bottom edge. Lines that … Continue readingMeditation on a Portcullis House painting
Printworksis one of my Manchester series, you can find more in my portfolio.