Are you a fan of abstract art? Or maybe you prefer something more understandable. You like art that you can tell what it is? When I started out as an artist Representational Art was my thing Happily, creating realistic portraits and scenes Like this one … Continue readingAbstract vs Realism – Which is better?
Mixed Media was once revolutionary Like the Daily Express Building in Manchester, built in the 1930’s, it could have been built today. Even now people are wary of phrase mixed media and aren’t sure what it is. Simple put, watercolour is one medium, oil is … Continue readingMixed Media Painting Inspired by Revolutionary Design
Finally I can reveal my latest canvas! It’s taken a little longer than planned but I’ve finally finished the work in progress I started last week. After a hectic but thoroughly enjoyable weekend followed by far too much paperwork I’ve been able to finish a … Continue readingFinished at last
Do you enjoy puzzles like “Spot the ball“? I’ve a new one for you, it’s called “Spot the Grass” If you’re observant you might notice there are a couple of unintentional additions to this picture. Specifically Grass… blades of grass to be precise. Photographing the … Continue readingNew Artwork – Anonymous in the City.
Catching my breath at last! After a frenetic few months, there will be a lull in exhibitions after November, and I’m quite looking forward to it! Chance to catch up with some painting then? And without further ado I reveal my latest Gherkin Painting! There’s … Continue readingGherkin Painting Revelation!
This week Painting In Progress is The Bridge by Piccadilly station in Manchester. The title will change as this replaces another piece with the same title, which was too large for the exhibition. Actually, I’ve a confession to make! The finished picture is now on … Continue readingPainting Stationary Architecture?