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Song of August
Song of August is very large oil painting 72x48x2 inches of a magical summer landscape with birds and flowers by a lake. It has a real impact when seen from a distance as it is the sort of painting you feel you can walk into. The edges are built up of layers of greens, purples and blues like overlapping leaves and foliage and through these leaves you can see a glittering lake and distant trees. To the right are two white egrets who are woven into the landscape or are maybe even being formed by it. In the foreground are an abundance of brightly coloured wildflowers with the sparkling water of the green lake behind and between them. This painting was made by building up many different layers of colour one over the other so that though it is clear what it is, the style itself is abstract and contemporary. It was inspired by many walks I took this summer around the various mill ponds and fishing lakes that are common in the Sussex area. It is also a nod to the huge Monet waterlilies paintings murals which are similarly large and hard to make sense of up close but are very clear from a distance and make you want to be there when you see them. My intention in painting this was to create an impression of August on a sunny day that I could keep forever. It is painted on deep edge canvas so no frame is needed and the edges are dark green to match the painting.
Woman in a Glass Bathtub
Eyes Wide Open
The artwork has been created in 2020. It's an oil painting on deep edge cotton canvas. Figure of a yound beautiful woman, resting on a red velvet throw. She is dressed in white bridal gown, has red long hair. Her head is pointed downwards and left arm is outstretched. Her eyes are wide open.
The Artwork has been created in 2020. It's an oil painting on deep edge cotton canvas. It's realistic portrait of a young beautiful woman. She has a long brown hair, her eyes are shut. The background is dark: black and navy blue. The edges of the canvas are painted black, so framing not necessary.
Girl and the Owl
Souls of the Ashdown Forest
Souls of the Ashdown Forest is a 36x48x1.5 inched oil painting of a view through the trees of the Ashdown Forest towards some deer in the heather. It was inspired by many walks in the area â especially during lock down 2020. You often see deer around here but deer being deer you only get to see them for seconds at a time before they flash their white bumâs at you and vanish into the trees. This particular painting was of a view from one of the clumps of trees in the area looking towards the farmland and heather and heath land beyond. It has been made by building up layers of paint until it has a green gold glow in the first section and colder purples, lilacs and yellow in the spaces between the trees. A deer stag can be seen on the left looking back at us and a string of females can be seen on the right moving off into the distance. The heather of the forest is loosely approximated by using purple which contrasts with the green gold in an interesting way. It is semi abstract and a kind of messy art nouveau in style. It is on deep edge canvas, white edges, ready to hang.
Lego Terminator Mosaic
For the ultimate Arnold and Terminator fan. Using over 7,500 genuine Lego parts, this beautiful mosaic measuring over 30 x 45 Inches presented in a high quality elegant black frame. A truly stunning talking piece for your home or office. I am happy to discuss any commissioned work that you would like. LEGO is a trademark of the LEGO Group. This site is neither owned nor operated by LEGO Systems, Inc. and is in no way sponsored, authorized, or endorsed by the LEGO company. All other trademarks, service marks, and copyrights are property of their respective owners.
Nature Unleashed is a very large oil painting on canvas of an exuberant Sussex wildflower meadow featuring the South Downs, swallows and poppies. It is 72x48x1.5 inches. The style is semi-abstract and art nouveau and is very vibrant and colourful. It was inspired by walks taken in fields and woodlands around the South Downs in summer when the wildflowers are at their best and the poppies, in particular, stand out against the green grass and reeds. The scene shows an abundance of flowers in the foreground and trees and fields leading off into the distance behind them. Two barn swallows swoop over the flowers and you can see the patterns their motion makes. Swallows are birds you see often in Sussex and they are very much woven into the landscape of summer. The painting was made from memory using reference phots to add small details here and there. Memory painting tends to reflect how I felt about a place I have been to rather than ârealisticâ details as such and I like this way of working. What I feel about an English Sussex summer is that it is beautiful and wild and I am happy I caught this feeling and in such a large canvas! The edges are dark green and it is ready to hang, no frame needed