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The Brighton Artists Open Houses is coming to a close for 2012, this weekend coming is the final weekend. Sat 26th – Sunday 27th May So if you’re on an art hunt, in the area or if you are looking … Continue reading
They’re only sketches but I did them for HOUSE Open as part of Artists Open Houses in Brighton in May. The theme is ‘Hidden Stories’ so I started studying some old, fading photographs of my grandparents.
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
Now that I’m about halfway through – having got right into painting the sea, beach and a cloudless sky – it’s time to concentrate and consider the other elements of the painting. The intention was always to feature a spectacular … Continue reading
Marmalade, the Jag Gallery resident cat, tends to like sleeping on the floor below my painting and on my sketches!