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One of the latest in the popular Birch Tree series of paintings. Ive used high quality paint and canvas for this painting...the trees are painted using a silver paint over a cream base which catches the light at different times of the day. It would look great in a contemporary home or a more traditional one.. the edges have all been painted and it has been varnished to protect it. You can see the view of the side edge on the photos.. Reduced by Â£20 25% of all sales are being donated towards the O'Connor Cancer Unit at Royal Shrewsbury Hospital where my son Jim is being treated..
A peaceful lake and mountain evening scene in relaxing purples. The foreground trees have been built up in textured layers for added depth and interest. This painting will provide a focal point for any room. The painting continues round the edges of this box canvas so it is ready to hang with no need for framing. This creates a very simple but effective style. This painting has been finished with a protective satin varnish.
Poppies near Argenteuil (after Monet)
Another of my Monet versions. Monet and the other Impressionists visited Argenteuil, a small town(then) north west of Paris on the banks of the river Seine. The figures in the bottom right corner of the painting are of Monet's first wife Camille and their son Jean. Monet decided to repeat these figure on the top of the hill to the left of the painting. They are different in appearance so as not to confuse the viewer. As before this painting is not for sale, but I am happy to paint it again for you should you wish.
Contemporary painting of rich gold and copper sunflowers against a cream and brown background. The background and sunflower centres are textured with different layers and effects for added interest. The painting continues round the edges of the canvas making it ready to hang with no framing necessary. This painting is on a deep edge box canvas and has been finished with a protective satin varnish.
Ravenscar, famous for it's seal population, is a small village on the Yorkshire coast near Whitby. This painting shows the influence of Edward Seago (a British 20th century landscape artist from Norfolk) with it's stormy clouds and shading on the landscape. It is the influence of Seago to paint, as he did, on board to achieve a smooth finish whilst still able to paint in a impasto style.
Self portrait (2019)
This is me painted in the way that I like to paint portraits by using only blue, red and yellow the three primary colours along with a lot of titanium white. I allow the colours to mix so that I can achieve the greens and oranges. Using titanium white allows me to achieve the different shades of colours that I might need.