All posts tagged: colour

Alton Barnes, 2018

I can’t seem to stay away. Especially at this time of year when the world around me is buzzing with colour and vibrant energy. Acrylic on canvas, 50 x 50 cm. To express and interest in this piece, please contact me.

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Early Spring 2

One of a new series of works on paper started in March 2018. 30 x 26 cm. £130 (unframed) plus postage. To express an interest in this piece, please contact me. JM

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September 2017

I’m making the most of the last weeks of warm weather and getting out painting as much as possible. Alton Barnes is a very special place. No matter what time of day or day of the year, I can guarantee that the same view will […]

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Diptych ***SOLD***

Breezy, sunny. Windswept. September. I enjoyed the fast-pace that this one came out. Probably not a ‘for sale’ piece, more practice really, and blowing away the cobwebs! Acrylic and oil pastel on paper (two sheets of 50 x 70 cm). JM

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From Alton Barnes 1, May 24th – SOLD

When the sun is shining there’s almost nothing better than sitting on the side of a chalk down land, listening to the birds, and soaking up the vibrant energy all around. When I paint here, attuned to the place, I feel free. Connected. 70 x […]

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Colours in the mist

I’m always surprised how much colour is around  in nature, even on the dullest of days. These are a selection of images on paper from a walk in Wiltshire this morning. It was dank and a little wet, but there were plenty of amazing colours […]

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Huish Hill

The Wiltshire countryside doesn’t quite have the same flow of energy as I found in Cornwall. I’m not surprised by that, but it does change the way I work. The rough seas and heavy clouds on the coast seem to paint themselves, whereas the hills […]

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