So, this weeks work in progress is an alley leading to St James’s on Piccadilly. First we have the masked image. It’s a bit faint but you can make out the spire in the centre and the rows of buildings leading to it. Here’s the … Continue readingBlue Spire of St James’s Painting in Progress
My paintings evolve over time. The creation process seems slow, taking a few weeks to complete, but, thanks to time lapse, I’m able to transport you through time. To show you in just a few minutes what usually takes many hours. Here’s my London painting’s … Continue readingMarylebone Station, London Painting Transformation.
London Landscapes are full of surprises. One thing I love about the London Landscape is the way the city varies as you walk around. Cities like London never stand still. As one part dies back a new structure is built over the remains. Some features … Continue readingLife and Death in a London Landscape
A painting emerging from chaos it’s a magical moment in the progress of any artwork. With my paintings it’s the final step in the creative process, where the dramatic transformation takes place. You can see that moment happen later on. Yes, last week I promised … Continue readingCrossley Engine Painting emerging from chaos.
The moment trams were reintroduced in Manchester, I knew I’d end up painting them. Trams are fascinating, aren’t they? They appeal to a childish part of our nature. So painting trams seemed only natural. … Continue readingTrams and Reflections in the City
A painting unmasked captures the final stage of my painting process. A magical transformation from chaotic mess to defined structure. See the full transformation in my video. … Continue readingA Gherkin Emerges – A painting unmasked is sometimes disappointing.