The Life of London Churches painting depicts St Paul’s, bleached white by sunlight. It’s elegant, classic, austere and aloof. In stark contrast to the buildings on the right. They’re mucky, blurred. And imprecise. It’s hard to see the windows in details, unlike the crisp white … Continue readingReflecting on the Life of London Churches Painting
This week from Satuday Night Live Art Shows, I’m sharing my painting of Regent Street in London. One of my latest paintings which hasn’t even been framed yet. Here’s a still of the finished painting.
The lions stand guard around Nelson’s Column in this Trafalgar Square painting. They would still be impressive sculptures without this association. Lying, sphinx like, atop a raised plinths. You have to look up at them, they command respect. At this angle, the lion seemingly stands … Continue readingThe Lion’s perspective, a Trafalgar Square Painting
Designer Stadium is a Wembley Stadium Artwork that I’m proud of. Not least because it was a struggle to create. When I started working on London Architecture, I wanted to create a piece of Wembley Stadium Art and ended up using one of the worst … Continue readingWembley Stadium Art – Why images matter.
The more I look at St Pancras Reflections, the more I feel that I’m looking at a mirage. Shimmering, rainy reflections caused by the zigzag lines. There’s plenty of colour, but the effect is ephemeral and spirit like. That sense of the image disappearing into … Continue readingRainy reflections at St Pancras
After the Rain catching the sunlight reflecting on puddles. The sun shines brilliantly in the sky, as it emerges from behind a heavy purple cloud. Sunlight reflects on the wet surfaces left by the recent heavy rainfall. White sparkles on the road. Large puddles reflect … Continue readingDramatic painting captures Sunlight reflecting on Puddles