Continuing my 2019 retrospective. More contemporary paintings from the latter part of 2019 July First some Manchester love. The River Irwell in the evening light with the Cathedral in the distance.. August Drawing inspiration from Welsh Industry. Images and words that come to my mind … Continue readingContemporary paintings Created in 2019 – Part 2
Welsh Ayr Painting Summing up a nation with a single image is always a challenge. To me Wales, counjours up castles, songs and a love for home, albeit more of a home from home for me. That’s what the Welsh Ayr painting is about. Caernarfon … Continue readingWelsh Ayr Painting Meditations
Part of the 49/50 Painting Challenge. Twisted Chimney? Sounds like a band name to me. Number 6 of the 49/50 Challenge or The Twisted Chimney as I’m calling it, follows on from my crooked comment last week. This time it’s a crooked chimney, ok maybe … Continue reading49 50 Challenge #6 Twisted Chimney – architectural feature or band name?
Debating whether to buy Original Art or a Print? The decision to buy original art is a big step for many. It’s easy to feel that getting a print will be a better option for you or that buying a picture is a waste of … Continue reading13 reasons why you should buy Original Art.
Ever been part of something that makes you feel “Wow”? As an artist there are time you feel You’ve arrived. Last week that was entering the Mall Galleries for the Society of Women Artists 155th Summer Exhibition. It was busy week with 2 social events … Continue readingAn Artist’s View of Society of Women Artists Exhibition