A series of colourful still life paintings painted whilst storm Ciara, Dennis and Ellen were keeping me in doors.
A blog about how a failed painting made me rethink the theories of composition in my painting of Donegal, Ireland.
The background to my painting of Inishkeeragh, a tiny Donegal island. I was curious about the feint outlines of ruined houses I could see either side of the restored summer house. I wondered about them and their families.
I will be in Ireland for the rest of the month. Please be aware that any artwork purchased after 25th March will only be shipped after 12th April.
This blog is made up of 5 photos/images that represent the stages that go into the process of creation of a woodland painting.
The wonderful Welsh woods that lie along the Parkmill Valley floor have given me years of inspiration for painting.
Yesterday was Clyne Farm’s first Christmas Market and we were blessed with sparkling crisp sunshine. It was very popular.
Although I don’t think that I paint cows all that often, they have added up over the years.
As a painter, I feel that I have succeeded if I my work can provoke an emotional reaction.
In part one of this walk from Llanmadoc to Llanrhidian I walk along the edge of the salt marshes of north Gower coast and find a dark story from the Second World War.