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Sea & Sky – Seascape Paintings Exhibition and Commission Presentation JAG Gallery, Arch 283a Madeira Drive, Brighton, BN2 1PT Saturday 10th March 2012 from 2-6pm See it happen: the creative process behind Jacqueline Hammond’s ‘Sea & Sky’ seascape paintings You … Continue reading
The boat has now been painted, just got to work on the reflection and possibly add a few more details and a softening glaze.
Managed to nip in the gallery and eradicate ‘The Slug Cloud’ as we have affectionately named it! These were my thoughts on the matter last night: Progress has waned this week. I still wasn’t proud of it, I certainly wouldn’t … Continue reading
My afternoon kip was interrupted by a phone call from someone who had seen my current seascape commission at the studio / gallery requesting to commission one for themselves. Indeed, “worth waking up for”, thanks for calling me on their behalf … Continue reading
This painting is set to exist in this young man’s life with a purpose; as a way to remember, in memorial, in memory of his Dad, who died at sea while scuba diving. Painted from the heart and the imagination, the … Continue reading
Latest developments to the painting have consisted of the following: Dabs of a vivid orange to the clouds, then toned down. Adding more cerulean blue to the lower part of the sky to balance the sky with the sea. Faffing … Continue reading
After some planning with the seascape sketches and the stick-on cloud experiment, I couldn’t ponder any longer. Feeling brave one sunny day, I went for it and set about disturbing that cloudless blue sky. Here’s a photo of those first … Continue reading
I’ve spent the last couple days working late at the gallery and getting submerged in the sea! Painting the sea, that is! Despite the vast amount of reference material I’ve viewed, when painting, I am not referring to any other … Continue reading
Yes, I know the horizon is wonky at the moment! It doesn’t matter at this stage. However, there are several decisions to be made (and it’s not until you write them down, do you realise the amount of decisions you … Continue reading
Here’s a photo of the painting taken in natural light. Got to work on the cloud formation next.