This weeks Wordless Wednesday is a Water tap painting. 13 Water Tap painting is part of the 4950 seies which was created in 2018.You can see the rest here. The tap can be found at Claydon estate.
I shall be flabbergasted if anyone can tell me where this pipework sculpture is. It’s behind shops somewhere in central Buckingham, that’s all I can really tell you without being exact. These pipes don’t seem to have been planned but added as required, giving them … Continue reading45 Pipework Sculpture or creative Plumbing?
Here’s a familiar sign, if you know the street. but where is it? Somewhere in Buckingham, naturally. The 4950 paintings are all of features in Buckingham and surrounding villages. This one you can find on Google Maps I’ve tried not to make it too easy … Continue readingRecognise this Shop Sign in Buckingham?
Wander around Stowe Gardens and you’ll come across a curious structure, a Temple with an alcove that’s all decorated with pebbles. I was going to play a guessing game again. You know where it is, but the title sort of gives it away, doesn’t it. … Continue reading23 Pebble Alcove
Today’s architectural feature is a Bolt. The original image took me a while to find. I had my list of intended painting subjects and this one, Bolt, was particularly hard to find, which surprised me. Bolts are common place aren’t they? The trouble is, they … Continue readingCan a building be summed up by a Single Architectural feature? Plus the staircase answer.
The Fortnum and Mason painting’s a busy one. Lots of colour and texture everywhere. Two main colours dominate, orange/brown and blue/green. The scene is Fortnum and Mason on Piccadilly. A long-established, respectable firm with a reputation reaching back a few centuries to 1707. The Clock … Continue readingMeditations on Fortnum and Mason Painting – New artwork.