Good night Thames What do I see? I see colours, glorious colours . The painting is bathed in an orange glow but there is a darkness. Appearing black at first but, just like the night-time, your eyes adjust and allow you to see in the … Continue readingLondon’s Great River – Meditating on a Painting of the Thames
In January 2018 I set about completing 50 paintings of Architectural Aspects by 31st December. The 49/50 Painting Challenge was born. Find out more. I’m sailing close to the wire on this one. As I write the painting is not finished. Not in itself a problem, … Continue reading49 50 Painting Challenge – Painting 2 Railings festooned with frost
A perfect painting can be wrecked in seconds. Knowing when to stop painting is a dilemma. If you’ve created anything from scratch you’ll know that you can be progressing well with a creation. Everything is working out well until.. You do a little bit too … Continue readingKnowing when to Stop Painting – Painting Admiralty Arch .
After hectic period, returning back to the studio is always a joy. The change of pace, the opportunity to catch my breath and create something new. Sometimes there are dramas, Like having no water for a day, either due to the pipes freezing or, more … Continue readingBack to the Studio, Painting Chester Clock Tower
I’m often asked “Where do you find the time to paint?” I’m married to my wonderful husband and a mother of 3 active young people. We have a dog and cat. I’m also building a business around my art. I’ll be honest with you, sometimes … Continue readingFollow my 10 tips and find the time to paint.
This Ambulance painting was inspired in an instant. Driving through Manchester on the way back south, I was taking a few snaps for inspiration (I wasn’t driving, in case you’re wondering.) Sirens, Sirens everywhere! As is always the case, it can be tricky to figure … Continue readingEmergency Run – Ambulance painting