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Birthday card. Faber Castell Polychromos Deep Cobalt Green 158. On A4 cartridge paper 400gsm.So, I had a nice photo of my son, a quick search for an image of the young Napoleon and Viola! Goodbye Ben. Faber Castell Polychromos pencils. … Continue reading
Here’s the view from: Prom number 20, Monmouth coffee, Chilango’s Brewer Street, A bar in Coal Drop Yard Kings Cross and Buck House lawn!
Poppies in a Derbyshire garden. A bit more thought and time than a sketch, less trouble and strife than a finished work. The teeming life – see the snail in one flower, the spider in the other flower and the … Continue reading
Giraffes. I’ve always liked drawing them. I used to draw them for other kids around the age of 10 (draw a horse and extend legs and neck, add stubby horns and sometimes a blue-ish long tongue. Now, I have some … Continue reading
I’ve been on public transport and find that instead of glaring at people without masks on, I’d rather look at my hands and draw what I see.
My wonderful sister. A birthday card.Thought it would be fun to mimic an early Lucian Freud trick. Waiting for a friend St.Martins Lane.So much fun being in the centre of the world (for me) and having some time to make … Continue reading
Ms Mono. Pencils on paper. One hour pose. This model always has a regal air about her.There was an idea to keep it simpler on this Friday night. Just pencils. Not to worry about skin colour, so the figure is … Continue reading
The Look. Charcoal, pastel and pencils on paper 100 x 72.So, there was fabric hanging from my easel to the model. I had decided to travel light and just take a range of pencils and a rubber by my side. … Continue reading
A tricky composition. At the Tate Britain, having a wander, thinking about political art and depictions of war, having just seen the Aftermath exhibition of post WWI art. I’ve always liked this painting as the artist, John Singleton Copley is … Continue reading
The number 263 to Highbury Corner around 11am on the 26th February 2018.
These sketchbook pages are concerned with sunlight, interesting mark making and colour. The first three are images were made in gardens that are growing like there is no tomorrow. How to capture all this? These images were made at Lewes … Continue reading
A self portrait in a little mirror. I like being a bit unflattering with myself. No hairbrush, early night or shave for me. The eye is closed as the mirror was so near the two eyes were giving differnet views. … Continue reading
These works are mounted in black square frames that are quite recessed. A series of paintings treating the same source images in a range of different ways. Pencil and acrylics. These paintings were made side by side and at the same … Continue reading
The lurking enemies of art are stasis and procrastination – the nearest I get to a cat poster. Continue reading
So, I’m having a small exhibition at the local café. All the paintings I put up are apparently too big for the space – health & safety with a little bit of politics thrown in, you get the picture? Anyway this means I have to come up with some smaller works. So I paint this local character, Des. He likes a joke, does Des, but he’s more than that. With this in mind I thrash at an old, knackered canvas board between 9 and 1, finding this in the morning, looking all colourful and that. Continue reading
There’s a fair few of these drawings. A great way to while away the time in the air in between water and crackers. Don’t watch the Revenant on a plane next to a kid btw. The size difference was … Continue reading
La Guardia. Ipads on the tables. Sharing a chair. A google based game. Indulgent Canadians helping my sons out. Heads down. No boogie. We were talking about The Shining, hence the 70’s colouring of the airport. It was all … Continue reading
This lovely black cat wasn’t allowed outside the house. For the reason that the wildlife is a bit more aggressive than in blighty. With animal works I can’t help thinking of Albrecht Dürer and his hare, the highpoint for of observational … Continue reading