Sketching London is a deliberate attempt to recreate a photomontage, so often a favourite of the souvenir. These things often focus on the historic architecture. This one celebrates the new. Have you ever wondered what the impact the Capital has on a first time visitor? … Continue readingSketching London – Painting of the Week
Hidden in the Clouds You notice the sky with this London Painting. Dark and ominous, with hints of white that only emphasize just how dark that sky is. You can’t see the rain but you know it’s coming. Within the cloud you can make out … Continue readingMeditation on a London Painting – Hidden in the clouds
Towering Shard As we begin 2017, I wanted to share some of the photographs I’ve taken that haven’t made it into paintings, yet. They may do at some point, who knows, you’ll have to wait and see. So I’m introducing a “Photo of the month”. … Continue readingPicture of the month – Towering Shard
The Shard is one of those buildings that are born not just made… There is an idea or concept that defines them, not just a need for a space to operate in. The process by which they are created may take time but there is … Continue readingBirth of the Shard
Have you noticed how buildings like the Shard can hide? Well, maybe not literally hide but they can vanish from view. You walk down the street with the Shard in plain view, the next it’s hidden behind something. This particular day I’d walked around it … Continue readingHidden Shard? How can you lose a skyscraper?
Quite possibly my most elaborate painting yet! I’ve completed Sketching London… I’ve always liked multiple sketches on a page and wanted to achieve the same effect with this painting. London sketches includes most of the famous buildings and a few less well known that I’ve … Continue readingLondon Sketches – New Painting.