One from the archive for this weeks wordless wedneday. Hot Tin View painting.
What do you see when you look at this Painting of St Paul’s Cathedral? The image is not so much a snapshot in time. It’s conveys more of a the passing of time. Some areas are clear and sharp, like the painting of St Paul’s … Continue readingMeditating on a Painting of St Paul’s Cathedral at night
Finding Art inspiration is a constant challenge. Wherever I go I’m always looking for new things to paint and draw. I’ve learnt that finding art inspiration is not a case of sitting and waiting for it to appear. It’s capturing the ideas when they come. … Continue readingFinding Art inspiration from a Neglected Bike
Did you know Abstract paintings are often based on reality? Most people see abstract paintings as a series of random marks, but if you spend any time looking you’ll realise many are more representational than you imagine. You could argue that any form of painting … Continue readingArchitectural Abstract Paintings – Greenwich bound.
Painting grey without a grey is a problem. People often ask my why I use such bright colours. It’s quite simple really. When I first started creating these pictures I had 8 colours. Magenta, Process cyan, yellow, deep purple, black, white, orange and green.I use … Continue readingManchester – Painting Grey without a Grey