Delighted to say I have just SOLD this golden oldie “Rainbow Wood” via artgallery.co.uk!
This is another refractionist/cloissionist painting where I attempt to break down the light streaming through the leaves of the trees in to blocks of colours. My painting has two prominent motifs which are to 1. create or animate light via my use of … Read the rest
This is another oil painting of the stream in Ilston Cwm, in Gower. The stream painted here is sometimes known as the Killy Willy, which runs to sea as Penard Pill, at Three Cliffs Bay.
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Delighted to say I have just SOLD this lovely painting “A Tree by Ilston Brook” via Artfinder –
I have painted a series of paintings similar to this painting which are all inspired a rural area close to my home in Swansea, called, Ilston Cwm, in the Gower Peninsula.
I will be blogging later in the week about this lovely … Read the rest
Delighted to say I have just SOLD this oil painting “Ilston Brook Bridge via Artfinder a few days after adding it to my collection –
Large limited edition mounted prints can be bought here… Read the rest
This is another refractionist painting – I was drawn to this painting because I love the colours that come alive not only in misty backgrounds but in backgrounds in the sun, viewed from the more darkened interiors of the wood as in this painting. I love the cool blue of the distance trees and the purple mingling with the ground … Read the rest
This painting was heavily influenced by the fauvists, especially Paul Gauguin and particularly his painting “Jacob wrestling with the Angel”. The use of brillant red shows the influence and the patches of blocked colour on the tree bark is used in a similar way to that used in to heighten light falling on the faces of sitters in fauvist portraits. … Read the rest