38 Timber frame painting Old building have a tendency to sag with age. Especially buildings as old as this one. Like everything, they age and these signs of age have appeal. Of course, the sagging is a sign of wear, and structures, once solid and … Continue reading38 Timber Frame Painting Meditation
29 Hospital Steps Painting and History There’s a lot going on in this painting of Hospital Steps. The Victorians certainly didn’t subscribe to the notion “Less is more”. Everything that could be decorated was. The curved steps, the elaborate ironwork railings. Brickwork of contrasting colours. … Continue reading29 Hospital Steps Painting Meditation
The Chantry chapel, the oldest building in Buckingham, and a National trust property. There’s much about the building to note what we’re focused on the small gate at the entrance. Behind is the chapel wall and main doorway. The gate leads to steps and a … Continue reading4 chantry chapel 4950 Buckingham 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
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
Wandering around Buckingham, you may notice these from my 21 4950 image – a Spiral Steps Painting . They’re not in a prominant location, but hidden around the back. look carefully as you walk about and you’ll see them easily. Here they are as a … Continue readingThis Spiral staircase is somewhere in Buckingham.