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
The scene is the Kensington Olympia station. The painting captures the grubbiness of a railway station. It seems no matter how well maintained it may be, there is a tiredness and careworn appearance within any railway station or undercover railway or underground station. Sure there … Continue readingKensington Olympia Painting Meditation
These are my choice for each month in 2018. Looking back on 2018 these are my choice of the best Art of 2018. Some of them will be familiar, others I’m sharing for the first time. It’s curious how I have some months where there … Continue readingLooking back in 12 Paintings – My best art of 2018
The Haymarket painting is muted, for me. I usually choose bold and bright colours and, whilst they are here, they are small jewels in an earthy domain. Anyone familiar with London knows the West End, the theatre district and the Haymarket in particular. Her Majesty’s … Continue readingThe Haymarket – a guide by the Artist