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Tuesday, 1 November 2011

Tuesday, 20 September 2011

Evening Towy

Plein air and studio, acrylic on card 11.5 " wide.
Was happy with the mix of colours in this, this painting moved considerably from its beginnings, tried to wrestle with the foreground vs background centre of intrest. ends up kinda soft and harmonious.

Sunshine shower Llandyffeisant

Plein air and studio Acrylic on card 13.5" wide.
Sat in the rain, you dont normally get an excuse to sit in the rain, I need to sit in the rain more often.

Bend in River Towy

Plein Air and studio, Acrylic on card, 10 3/4 " wide.
 Liked the way the river falls splat on the landscape like a wet fish.

Saturday, 3 September 2011

Rocket Gothic. St Davids Cathedral.

Plein air and studio, acrylic on card. 29 cms wide. Wanted building to look organic and dynamic.

Tuesday, 30 August 2011

Dinefwr Castle Sunset, Acrylic on card 42 cms wide, plein air and studio.

Fairly pleased with this, but feel there are too many colours going on, heck I should give up on being tasteful.
Again this should be seen full sized to get it.

Friday, 19 August 2011

Dryslwyn Castle path.

Acrylic on card 30 cms wide, part plein air, again this needs to be seen large, to see the brush strokes, which are a major part of the intention.

Thursday, 18 August 2011

Rocks Sea Sun

Acrylic on card, 30cms wide, to get this painting, it needs to be seen LARGE, sort of daubs of paint again.

Tuesday, 19 April 2011

Spring Wood

Part Plein Air, part studio, acrylic, approx 30cm by 25cm. Basic composition based on thirds, then an awful mess inbetween. This should be seen large scale to "get it".

Monday, 11 April 2011


This was partly Plein Air and partly studio. I wanted to kind of marry calligraphic brush strokes to dynamic landscape forms. So I saw the grass clifftop as blancmange cascading over the fingers of rock that make up the cliffs. Nothing much considered or detatched about this way of painting, but its kind of invigorating. Could have abstracted it further, but thought I,d quit whilst I was ahead.