If you say British Museum Art, you’d probably think of the contents, but the building itself is a work of art and, as such, inspires its own art. The Roof of the British Museum has a particular appeal curving this way and swaying that. Drawing … Continue readingBritish Museum Art inspired by the roof
As we pass through the last few days of 2019 It’s time to reflect on what’s happened over the year. In my case, what’s come out of the Studio. These are some of the paintings I’ve created in 2019. I’ve chosen my favourite from each … Continue readingPaintings Created in 2019 – A retrospective
Looking at my National Memorial Painting I cannot help a meditating on the poppy. The first thing that you notice it’s red. An atmospheric swathe of textured red fills less than half the image. Red for poppies representing red for blood. 10,000 ceramic poppies were … Continue readingMeditating on the Poppy – A National Memorial Painting
So, this weeks work in progress is an alley leading to St James’s on Piccadilly. First we have the masked image. It’s a bit faint but you can make out the spire in the centre and the rows of buildings leading to it. Here’s the … Continue readingBlue Spire of St James’s Painting in Progress
This weeks Wordless Wednesday is Sloane Square at Night Sloane Square at night is one of my London Paintings, you can see more in my portfolio.
It can be hard to escape the view that cities are grey, if you look at much London Art. Although in reality there is an exuberance of colour. Views like in this Leadenhall Street painting tend to reinforce that perception of a grey mass often … Continue readingThree Generations – icons of contemporary London Art