Great Art needs a name. Imagine an artwork comprised of a lifesized skull made of platinum, with real teeth and encrusted with diamonds. You probably know the one I mean. Now think of its title “For the love of God” Think of Damian Hirst’s piece, … Continue readingArt headlines – the benefits of a good title?
Standing at the Church Gates- Just the Art.
Some time ago I made a promise to paint St Leonard’s Church in Middleton, Manchester. I have been meaning to paint its Wooden tower for a long time. The Church dominated my childhood, so it’s a personal perspective. We learnt about it’s history at school. … Continue readingWooden Bell Tower
Inspiration can be elusive. It’s not easy to identify where the creative muse originates. But without that inner spark there would be no art. I’ve said this before… Often the creative muse comes once you start working on a piece. When you’re in the middle … Continue readingLost the Creative Muse? Here’s How I Find Mine…