All posts tagged: walking

Landscape

‘Landscape’ 2018, 120 x 100 cm. I’m feeling it. I’m letting myself go: I’m releasing myself from all forms of control. I don’t know what I’m doing but through me something is being created, and that’s amazing. #painting #affordableart #affordableartfair #spiritualhome #arttherapy #gallerywall #mentalhealth #landscapeart […]

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October 2018

Probably one of the last times the view from Alton Barnes will be this clear before Autumn-proper settles in. 60 cm x 60 cm. acrylic on canvas. To express an interest in this item, please contact me.

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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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Willows near a winterbourne ***SOLD***

I’m enjoying exploring and experimenting with texture, colour and contrasts. My studio work becomes more abstract, compared with my outdoor work, and I feel that I like the way it’s developing. I see ‘Willows near a winterbourne’ almost as a continuation of my seascape paintings. […]

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Winter Sun

When people say that winter strips all the colour out of the landscape I have to disagree. Ok, yes, when it’s grey and dull everything goes flat. But, once that sun is out, there are so many incredible colours everywhere! Willows in the winter sun. […]

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He’s back

‘Why aren’t you drawing right now?’, ‘What sort of artist ARE you?’, ‘You don’t have anything to say’, ‘You’re too old to make it now’, ‘Who would be interested in THAT?’, ‘You can’t even draw a tree properly’. Ah, the inner critic has arrived again. […]

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