Category: Figurative Art

A Bar At Noah’s Yard

“A Bar at Noah’s Yard” – a centre piece painting, painted especially for my art exhibition in Noah’s yard in two weeks time! This painting of a well known bar in Uplands Swansea called Noah’s Yard, is modeled on the famous Manet painting “A Bar at the Folies-Bergère”…

Steam and a Pop-Up!

  A new oil painting – “At the Back Of Steam” – an expressionist painting of the serving area at the rear of the “Steam” coffee shop in Uplands Swansea. I will exhibiting at Steam in a solo pop-up art exhibition from the 4th to 6th December! More…

That Moment of Indecision

A new oil painting, “That Moment of Indecision” This is an oil painting capturing that should I/shouldn’t I? moment of indecision. The decision here is whether to have a delicious pie from this excellent PIES shop or to walk on virtuously having not added any more to one’s…

Shadows we Cast

The Shadows We Cast

  A new oil painting “The Shadows We Cast” this oil painting is inspired by watching three people waiting, on a brilliant sunny day, on the High Street for their loved ones inside the shop. “Although the old man who was waiting for his wife and daughter, he…

Weighing it Up

A new oil painting – “Weighing it Up” – down Cardiff market. This Hopperesque painting is of the fish market at the Hayes entrance to Cardiff Market. I have always loved the glaring artificial light above this fish stall. It creates some lovely colours and a pleasing depth…

After the Rush

Delighted to say I have just SOLD this oil painting “Before the Rush” via Artfinder “This is an oil painting of the interior of the eatery “PIES” on St Mary Street Cardiff, in a lull period before the anticipated rush of customers to come. I was drawn into this…

Pasty Alfresco

An oil painting/people portrait of a man finishing off his pasty while having a hard earned rest from scouring the stalls and bargain buying down Singleton Market, Swansea. “Pasty Alfresco” 24 x 30 cm.  

The “Street” Series

  I really loved painting this Triptych of elderly people walking in the street. Two are sold already, both from Carmarthen. The gentleman in the middle having his “Afternoon Trundle” is from Swansea. I like this type of painting because we have a tendency to give this type…