Sloane Square at night, it is what you see. More than half of the painting is road, wet road after a day of constant rain. The pink and orange sky a hint of better weather on the horizon or worse to come. Red sky at … Continue readingMeditation on Art – Painting of Sloane Square at night
Does September make you feel like new beginnings? There’s a feeling of new beginnings. Maybe it’s because I still have children at school or past memories of starting a new school term in September, but things always seem to change around now. This year even … Continue readingNew Art for a new Academic Year
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.
What should Contemporary Painting focus on? Have you ever wondered what Contemporary art is? Abstracts? Surreal Portraits? Contemporary Architecture? Most of mine focus on the latter, but what about historic buildings and features? Do they still count? I often wonder, especially if I have a … Continue readingWhat is a Contemporary Painting?
What is an abstract Painting? What do you think of when you hear the word abstract? Does you conjour up images of Jackson Pollock,s drippy or Mark Rothko squares? Or do you imagine something closer to reality? Pablo Picaso’s cubism paintings perhaps? There’s no one … Continue readingAbstract Painting – Journey Begins 2
Contemporary Art Fairs are a great way to see art Whatever stage you’re at from the complete novice to art expert they are an effective way to immerse yourself in a vast array of different styles and abilities. From Graduate artwork, to established artists. From … Continue reading9 tips to make the most of Contemporary Art Fair visits.