An abstract landscape that evokes evenings in rolling countryside such as Wiltshire. I painted this using acrylics in one session, I wanted to capture that feel of the last light of the day and that magical moment between day and night. Painted on acrylic paper using a mixture of Windsor & Newton and Schminke artists…
Egg tempera on canvas board. Paints are made from pigment and egg yolk as I go along.
Watercolour and gouache on Saunders Waterford paper. 11x15in.
Another girl with a pearl earring
It’s not a copy, its my interpretation. Still a work in progress at this time….
On the edge
Gouache and watercolour on watercolour paper. 11x15in. I learned a lot from this painting but to be honest I wasn’t happy with it and may have to repaint it at some point.
Allora – all alone – finished
I realised that I had forgotten to post the completed painting, so here it is. Better late than never! So much has happened in the last few months, where to begin to explain what I’ve been up to? That’s for another post I think.
Allora – all alone – update
I am still working on this painting, just an update to show how far I’ve got. Not much further TBH but it has been Christmas…
Allora – all alone – part one
This painting, done in gouache, will probably be my last in this series of ‘Hope Cove’ images. Hope Cove is the place where all of our summer holidays were when I was a child, so it has a special place in my heart. We also have a family reunion on the first weekend in July…
Blue and red boat at Hope Cove
I have been fascinated by the view across this tiny harbour to the hill opposite for many years. Earlier this year I did a watercolour and gouache painting of the same scene, which was done in a looser style but set me off on a quest to paint the most realistic water and reflections that…
Canal Boat – Jackdaw
Earlier this year I received a commission for a painting from a lovely lady in work. She wanted a painting of her husband and children on their canal boat in the Kennet & Avon Canal. She supplied the image, a photo, which was the only reference I had to work from. I used Saunders Waterford…