This Week’s Work in Progress is one I’ve been planning for a while, A montage of London Sketches of Iconic Architecture. After Global village I’ve had so many requests to do one of London. So here it is… I love the sketchy feel so far. … Continue readingLondon Sketches – Work in Progress
Do you use the term contemporary or Modern Art When referring to the current art scene? I know many artist friends use Contemporary or modern equally and you’d be forgiven for thinking they are the same. But not so… I’ve been painting Lady Margaret Hall … Continue readingWork in Progress-Contemporary or Modern Oxford Art?
Ever wish there was more colour in the world? Last week I drove to a talk in fog. The sky, motorway and all the cars were practically the same colour. It was very depressing. I kept thinking how glad I am for colour! How dreary … Continue readingWe need colour?
Oxford is known for it’s historic architecture. But there like any modern city, there is new architecture. If you’ve been receiving my newsletter or following me on Facebook then you’ll know I’m starting a series based on the modern college buildings in Oxford. First picture … Continue readingWork in Progress – First of the Oxford Set
Cotton Mills are impressive structures… And complicated. But by ‘eck they look good when you get ’em right! And I think I’ve got this one right. In fact, I’m very pleased how it’s turning out. Of course, it’s going to change completely once I start … Continue readingIn Painting, Preparation is 90% of the Job.
A return to Quarry Bank Mil for this weeks work in progress. The central courtyard to be precise. A decidedly wonky structure, but all part of it’s charm! And I’m only going a little cross-eyed doing it! There might be some choice language emanating from … Continue readingWork in Progress