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.
Painting grey without a grey is a problem. People often ask my why I use such bright colours. It’s quite simple really. When I first started creating these pictures I had 8 colours. Magenta, Process cyan, yellow, deep purple, black, white, orange and green.I use … Continue readingManchester – Painting Grey without a Grey
This Ambulance painting was inspired in an instant. Driving through Manchester on the way back south, I was taking a few snaps for inspiration (I wasn’t driving, in case you’re wondering.) Sirens, Sirens everywhere! As is always the case, it can be tricky to figure … Continue readingEmergency Run – Ambulance painting
Bus Queues are awful. They’re a necessary evil if you have no car. With the growth in car ownership, buses are becoming less frequent, well they are in rural areas, but in cities they still have an essential place. They are a cheap way of … Continue readingBus Queue: love them or loathe them?
Paintings can seem mysterious in the beginning. It takes a while for the shapes and character of a piece to emerge. This weeks painting is very much like that. It’s a favourite subject of mine, Old red phone boxes. This is probably the most famous … Continue readingHanging on the telephone? Work in Progress