Looking at this urban scene, it’s hard to believe that the waters of the great river Thames flow below you. The London Bridge painting shows the scene after a heavy rainfall. The pavement and roads are saturated. Light reflects on the watered walkway, as people … Continue readingLondon Bridge Painting reflections
In 2018 I did a course with Alyson Stanfield called Magnetic You. It lead to me developing a practice of meditation on my art. Some of these I recorded and they formed part of my Trip to Marylebone Exhibition. You can here the meditations over … Continue readingArt Connections- Meditations on My Art interview
When looking at this British Library gates painting, the first thing you notice are the words British Library repeated in a rising stack. Each layer upwards the font becomes more delicate and light. It’s as if the lower levels need to be reinforced to hold … Continue readingBritish Library Gates painting words
It’s a wall, it’s stone. Irregular, weathered, the individual stones are hard to see. There’s a patch of dressed stone to the right, part of a window frame. About 3 cm down is a ridge of stone that crosses the entire piece. Then there is … Continue reading35 Stone Wall Painting Meditation
Gherkin painting – meditating on Whispering Glass. The first thing you’ll notice in this is a swathe of blue green swirling from the top of the Gherkin painting, which d disappears, after a few wave. Slipping down by the dark building at the bottom right. … Continue readingWhispering Glass – Meditating on a Moody Gherkin Painting.