Tag Archives: London
I’m having a great time painting a new series of sunset studies over the past few days. For those of you that follow my work through social media and my blog, you will notice I’m quite restless and always on … Continue reading
Wow! My first shot at entering the ROI annual exhibition hosted by the Mall Galleries, London. I submitted two works initially, both of which were preselected for final selection. This self-portrait is the painting that made it through to the … Continue reading
So for everyone dying to hear the verdict regarding my two pre selected portraits……It’s bad news I’m afraid. Both pieces were rejected and I have to be honest and say I am disappointed that not one of them was selected … Continue reading
I’ve been framed…..Open exhibitions, tips and reasons to enter..
I was recently shortlisted by the Royal Academy to be entered into the world famous Summer Show 2014. I managed to get through to the second round of judging which meant I was requested to bring the painting in the … Continue reading
I woke up this morning to find an email explaining that I had got through the first judging selection at the Royal Academy. I now have to take the painting to be judged in the second and final round. Fingers … Continue reading
A collection of paintings from the winter of 2012/2013. All of the paintings were painted directly outside in the snow. This was a real test of endurance, especially the first 10 minutes of painting. I find after the first 10 … Continue reading
A drawing from my most recent series of portraiture exploring physical appearances and emotions. Created with charcoal on cartridge paper. Using an eraser is just as important to me as the charcoal itself. Now up for auction on ebay, Good Luck!
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This painting was inspired by a number of small sketches made riding on the underground, during my year study at the Prince’s Drawing School. I wanted to express the faceless characters we encounter on a journey. The crowds are sometimes … Continue reading