Ever look at Contemporary Architecture and wonder…? How it came about? Who had the idea? Why did they put that there? Obviously, these questions have simple answers. Contemporary Architecture is where it is because someone had a need for a building(s). This was the space … Continue readingContemporary Architecture – Three Generations painting
Ever take a photograph of someone where a tree in the background seems to grow through their head? My Manchester Decades Apart is a bit like that, Beetham’s tower rising up through Manchester Central Both these buildings fascinate me for very different reasons. The fore … Continue readingManchester Central meets Beetham’s Tower
There are many tall, distinctive buildings in London, most are known by their function, name of company or location but only a small proportion are given a nickname. The Leadenhall building at 122 Leadenhall Street or The Cheesegrater is one. Only completed in 2014 it’s … Continue readingThe Cheesegrater Commission
Dreams are how things happen! Every construction starts with a vision. Be it big or small, an initial idea is needed to direct what becomes reality. To celebrate the year 2000 many monuments were planned and erected. This London Eye Painting is about dreams The … Continue readingLondon Eye Painting, a Millennium Dream
I’m developing another fixation! (in case you haven’t guessed). I Love the British Museum, or to be precise, the Atrium roof! So…here’s my latest offering! And it seems you do too as it’s by far and away my most popular subject matter. I’ve no doubt … Continue readingNew Artwork – At the British Museum…again!