At the top of the Mall (or is it the bottom?) stands Admiralty Arch. Resplendent with the Royal Navy white ensign flags – all 8 of them. Historic British architecture at its best. Looking at the painting the features are clear but, on closer inspection, … Continue readingMeditating on Admiralty Arch Painting
In this London bus painting, the first thing you notice is the bus. You can’t really ignore that big red box with windows now can you? The second bus is less obvious but still easy to find. There was another behind that one as well … Continue readingBus queue – Meditating on a London Bus Painting
My paintings evolve over time. The creation process seems slow, taking a few weeks to complete, but, thanks to time lapse, I’m able to transport you through time. To show you in just a few minutes what usually takes many hours. Here’s my London painting’s … Continue readingMarylebone Station, London Painting Transformation.
It’s a dismal day or so some would say. Grey wet days on the Thames are a common occurrence. The only bright colours are the orange pod on the Eye and a few red streaks behind it. I can’t remember what they were. The drizzle, … Continue readingMisty wheel
There are few, if any, London Icons which spring to mind before Big Ben. Dominating the picture, the image of Elizabeth Tower looms boldly against a pale, blue sky. Ostentatious attention-seeking, the tower has gravitas yet the numerous twiddly bits give it a sense of … Continue readingMeditating on London Icons
Inspiration for London Art is easy to find. Just go on a trip and walk around the city and you’ll find inspiration. Like when I went to Kngs Cross. I’ve been meaning to paint Kings Cross Station for a while. I’d never been there until … Continue readingFrom Paper to Painting – Kings Cross, London Art in Creation