Glorious green roof besides a wall like molten lava on an alien world, in Manchester, With Hot Tin View I continued to experiment with texture in abstract paintings. It originated as a chance passing on a photo shoot in Manchester. I was on my way … Continue readingHot Tin View – texture in abstract paintings
Continuing my 2019 retrospective. More contemporary paintings from the latter part of 2019 July First some Manchester love. The River Irwell in the evening light with the Cathedral in the distance.. August Drawing inspiration from Welsh Industry. Images and words that come to my mind … Continue readingContemporary paintings Created in 2019 – Part 2
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
One from the archive for this weeks wordless wedneday. Hot Tin View painting.
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
Vertical Aspirations is one of my early paintings of Manchester. Developing my style involved created numerous paintings of Manchester. The essential components exist in this early painting. There are white lines, blown ink and blooms are there, but also elements that I don’t use in … Continue readingPaintings of Manchester – Meditations on Vertical Aspirations