Last night had a major thunder storm here.
Reminded me how rough and beautiful the sea can be. Result =
To balance some of the international horrors of the last month I have worked on 3 diffetent themes for the past week.
Seeing them in a ‘setting’ was suggested (thanks P) and so this is how they look hung.
Do you think I should keep the blue surround in future posts? Other comments, shares and suggestions are all welcome ….
Put this in your diary now … Plan now for some lovely trips out and about around Buckinghamshire in June. It’s well worth a few visits. Each visit will make you happy. So many imaginative, productive and lovely people out there wanting to share their creations with you .
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With friends, Anne & Greta, this morning was spend interpreting last week pointallist approach.
My version is seeing the view from farther away and has introduced a neighbouring cottage plus a gurgelling rocky stream in the forground that wends it’s way through the picture towards distant hills. The sky with its vivid ‘ half and half’ captured the weather front that passed overhead as we painted.
I hope you enjoy this viewing.
Just had fabulous feedback from a very satisfied customer about 2 new pieces of work he now owns. He said he was ” Over the moon …” with them.
They are each 24″sq x 2″ deep (when unframed) and completed in oil on an acrylic base supported by high quality 3gesso coated cotton canvas
I am delighted they have found a good home being hung in this modern Thameside London apartment setting.
I’m really excited to be starting a new blog and my ‘getting out there’ campaign. Articles will be focusing on my art work and related stories.
You can expect to see new paintings regularly.
You will have the opportunity to influence me by responding to posts.
I hope you enjoy the experience.