The painting of Catz Quad Oxford, showing the bell tower in the distance, is not the view that typically comes to mind when thinking of Oxford. No dreaming spires here. This is modern. Clean lines replace carvings and concrete replaces traditional stone. The geometry of … Continue readingPainting of Catz Oxford – Painting of the Week
Some pictures seem to take forever to create Whilst others practically seem to paint themselves. This St Catherine’s painting was definitely in the former category. Especially when I started on the bicycles! But I the result was worth it I think! Oh, and I like … Continue readingSt Catherine’s College, Oxford – revealing the 2nd New Painting.
Finally started applying colour to the St Catherine’s picture… Possibly a little too much? But, can I really have too much colour after the last post? No, I didn’t think so either! You see, once I started I just couldn’t stop. And now I have … Continue readingSt Catherine’s – a Painting in colour
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?
So begins a new picture. The second of the Oxford college pictures. I think I might call them the modern face of Oxford. Or should that be the Contemporary face of Oxford? Decisions, decisions. The bicycles are proving a challenge, one which I fully intend … Continue readingWork in progress – St Catherine’s moat