A single wall light glowing orange against a swirling indigo sky. The dark blue, is textured with tiny, fuzzy specks. A feature of the use of salt and time. Some effects cannot be rushed. This piece is less crowded than number 9, and this allows … Continue reading10 Wall Street Light Painting Meditation
Flight over the Thames The cable car ride across the Thames between Greenwich and the Royal Docks is a thing of elegant beauty. I’m always fascinated with engineering. By the way solutions to problems, such as aerodynamics and strengthening, can often be achieved in the … Continue readingMeditating on Cable Car Painting
Painting the Haymarket I love iconic architecture, but some places are iconic in different ways. The Gherkin, Lloyds and the Shard are buildings that are distinctive in shape. They are relatively simple and easy to find a “classic view” and show the whole of the … Continue readingPainting the Haymarket.
Back to the studio with some new painting. It’s been a crazy old month. I’ve been creating art but I have not been doing much in the way of blogging. I’m playing catch up after Oxford art weeks, Bucks Open Studios, a visit to Manchester… … Continue readingCan you Guess what the new painting is?
All artists steal ideas? Or, as Picasso himself said,”Good Art is borrowed, great art is stolen” or so the line goes. If this were a record it would be a cover. The imagery is not my original idea in that the sculpture has existed and … Continue readingHello or Farewell Tommy? Historic lovers embrace?