20 Fenchurch Street is one of those buildings that people either love or hate. It evokes strong emotions because it is so different to the surrounding architecture. Towering overhead in this Walkie Talkie painting, it inspires that sense of looming that tall buildings convey. Older … Continue readingMeditation on the Walkie Talkie Painting
Todays painting, along with three others, can be seen at the Society of Women Artists Exhibition at the Mall Galleries until 29th September 2019. For details of this and other exhibitions, please check out my events page.
Viewing above street level across this London Church painting, there’s a black canopy providing shade over the seats and tables in the bottom right. One wonders whether the people below notice the scene as they drink, dine and chat. Blue Spire of St James’s raises … Continue readingLondon Church Painting – Blue Spire of St James’s
Across the Glowing Bridge St Paul’s, marble white against a Prussian blue sky which morphs into cadmium yellow and red earth before being lost into depths of darkness. The glow of the city bounces around the scene, reflecting on the water and through gaps in … Continue readingThe glowing Bridge to St Paul’s
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.
Maps are at the heart of all journeys, we need to know where we going. Even in these days of Satnav, you can’t beat a good old fashioned map. The painting London maps is based on a one I found in the Victoria and Albert … Continue readingArt inspired by London maps