Marylebone Station Meditations Keep looking at the painting of Marylebone as you read through my meditation. A patchwork of yellow and orange permeates your vision, taking your eyes down and to the left. Then, “Oh No!” there’s more hiding in the middle right. The sassy … Continue readingThe Painting of Marylebone Station
Gherkin painting – meditating on Whispering Glass. The first thing you’ll notice in this is a swathe of blue green swirling from the top of the Gherkin painting, which d disappears, after a few wave. Slipping down by the dark building at the bottom right. … Continue readingWhispering Glass – Meditating on a Moody Gherkin Painting.
Artist Meditations on a painting I’m often asked about the stories behind my paintings. I’ve recently begun a practice of meditating on my art and writing down my thoughts. These are those thoughts edited slightly. Beginning with Albert Square. Colour takes on life of its … Continue readingAlbert Square- see a painting through Artist Meditations
The 4950 Painting Challenge continues This week my focus for the 4950 Painting Challenge is Buckingham’s Chantry Chapel. Although with a working title of #4 Gate, it’s really been the Chapel Gates. The Chantry Chapel is the original home of The Royal Latin School and … Continue readingChantry Chapel Gate – 4950 Painting Challenge.
Painting the Haymarket I love iconic architecture, but some places are iconic in different ways. The Gherkin, Lloyds and the Shard are buildings that are distinctive in shape. They are relatively simple and easy to find a “classic view” and show the whole of the … Continue readingPainting the Haymarket.