All posts tagged: oil painting

Studio Still Life

I’ve been busy recently with my ‘other’ (paid) work at The Pound arts centre in Corsham; A new job with new responsibilities and a different focus to what I’ve been used to. I’m setting that up as an excuse for the lack of painting that […]

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Apples and Cornish Pottery

Back after a short break with a small 10’’ x 8’’ oil on board. Not sure why I was so reluctant to start painting again. Probably lockdown: got me beat down. I got my hopes up for some bright light inspiration and I realised I […]

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Back to basics

A bit of repetition on a theme here (sorry), but I really need to get back to basics. In fact, calling it ‘basic’ is a misnomer. Getting back to the ‘hard’ is more like it. Observation. Painting what I see (what I actually see). It’s […]

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Battling with this one

Ok, so this one is not ‘finished’ but I need to get this giant landscape ‘out there’ so that I can get it out off my head. I’ll come back to it and re-post when I consider it ‘done’. Landscape, 120 x 100 cm, Feb […]

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