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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.
This painting is a commissioned portrait for a client who’s giving it to his wife as a Valentine’s Day present. They’re collecting it tomorrow. I have an ongoing series of paintings known as The Pebble Heads which depict people on … Continue reading
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
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
All aspects considered, including the client’s preferences, this painting works the best. The painting establishes the position of the boat, which works better on the right. A fishing boat looks ‘prettier’ and the clouds are light and orangey but still with … Continue reading