added some finishing touches (to create a greater sense of perspective) to this painting posted a few days ago
Two new paintings in Indian ink and watercolour, working from an idea inspired by a visit to Madrid a few years ago.
Somewhere in New York City
This marks a bit of a change of style to a much more representative approach than I’ve been painting of late. We’ll see what this leads to next! Always enjoy painting New York.
Two photos taken recently on Deal beach in Kent, a beautiful place and very deserted in the winter months
An early version of the finished painting posted below this one.
These original watercolour and Indian ink paintings are available to my New York followers at a very low price of only $150 each – they are mounted and framed in black wood. The reason for sale price is that they are still in New York after an exhibition and shipping back to UK is costly. The framed size of each is approx 14 inches square. If you are interested email me email@example.com
A promotional piece I have prepared for galleries – an overview of the last year or so.
Another large watercolour (60 x 20 inches) painted on two pieces of Fabriano 680gsm paper bonded to wood.
This was my demonstration piece from my first watercolour workshop on Saturday ‘painting the elements’. I added the birds and did a couple of other tweaks this morning.
A new painting in Indian ink, stained with tea. Happy memories of motorcycling in California many moons ago!
Three simple line drawings on location in Santa Maria Castellabate, South West Italy. A long time since I’ve done any representative work like this. It’s all about observation rather than drawing!
My studio in Woodstock this morning!