https://youtu.be/UT36PehQjPc This link although a few years old is a wonderful example of capturing the beauty of flowers in a loose and intuitive way. This way of working is so close to my soul as an artist. The beauty of flowers; their structure and form, their energy and colour and where they sit in the... Continue Reading →
What started as simple bands of colour representing the landscape became an intuitive exploration of collage, contrast and colour. Mixed media approximately 12 x 16" on Fabriano Artistico 300gsm paper. Getting started...
A few more images to share from my visual diary on my continuing journey through abstracting the landscape. A focus on texture and layering with a few exciting breakthroughs. I'm starting to think that homemade and found objects create far more interesting textures than traditional tools. I'm quite fascinated by black lines; whimsical, directional, so... Continue Reading →
Movement, gesture, line are important elements that I endeavour to portray in my landscape studies. Using a number of tools I set out to capture those elements in the following mixed media pieces. All approximately 6x6" on Fabriano Artistico 300gsm paper.