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Under Sea Escape
Under Sea Escape is a large underwater painting of three queen angel fish in a tropical blue sea. It is 40x40 inches. The viewpoint is on level with the fish who are swimming in formation and look as if that are escaping from somewhere. Below them is a sandy seabed with light patterns flickering across it as you get in clear tropical seas. Above them you can see their view of the surface of the sea with all its rippling waves and the light sparkling through it. In the distance you can see a shimmering violet line at the point where the sea and the sand merge. Violet being a magic colour adds a little mystery to it. You can also see how the deep blue water gets lighter and more turquoise the closer it gets to the sunlight above then waves. This is another in a long series of paintings made after a Caribbean holiday where the wonder of snorkelling became one of my favourite things in the world. Painted on deep edge canvas so no frame needed, ready to hang.
A WONDERFUL DAYS FISHING IN CORNWALL
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Radiance is a panoramic autumn landscape painting of autumn trees and colours in a radiant forest. It is 16x40x1.5 inches oil on canvas. It was painted âwet into wetâ style meaning the canvas was covered in wet paint and oil and then I kept working into to it during one long session. The place that inspired the painting is part of the gardens of Standen House, National Trust property, near East Grinstead in Sussex. If you get the right moment in in Autumn, the trees glow like stained glass windows and walking through them on the crispy leaves is one of the biggest joys you can get from nature, especially if the sun is out. The wide canvas makes the scene look almost holy and cathedral-like and that captures the essence of Autumn for me. It is painted on deep edge canvas, white edges, no frame needed and ready to hang.
SUNFLOWERS BRIGHTEN UP YOUR DAY
November Moment is a semi abstract autumn landscape of fields and woodlands with deer. It was inspired by the landscapes around Hever Castle in Kent and is 30x30x1.5 inches. The painting shows dripping trees and leaves in vibrant autumnal yellows and reds next to a stream. On the other side of the stream, at the edges of woodland, you can see a few deer watching. I took a walk here after several days of heavy rainfall and the fields and trees were waterlogged and muddy with lots of streams threading through them. I did see these deer and I am sure they were laughing as they watched me sloshing about in the undergrowth. I called it November Moment as it does represent a memory for me a wet English walk which I enjoyed very much. Painted on wide edged canvas, edges white, no frame needed.
Amsterdam Tram 80.
Serenity In Grey
Serenity in Grey is based on happy memories spent as a child walking along a snowy path with my Dad in winter...there is nothing like being the first to step onto fresh snowfall. There is lots of lovely texture in the painting... I have used high quality oils on a 16in x 20in box canvas-this can be framed if you wish. I have left the sides white/unpainted. The painting come strung and ready to hang.. P+P is included on Mainand UK
Blustery weather at Torcross
The Gamechanger is a large autumn landscape with a magical stag appearing on a woodland path. It is 40x40x1.5 inches, white edges, no frame needed. The style is semi abstract art nouveau and shows a deer stag on the left looking toward the viewer. He is not fully formed but is making his presence felt in that imperious way that stags have. Behind him and to the right is a path and autumn coloured trees in bright gold, orange and magenta. The forest itself was inspired by Eartham forest on the South Downs near Slindon. I was there in late summer and took a long walk through the various paths through the trees without meeting a soul. It was hot and quiet and a little bit spooky and I could believe every fairy story I ever read whilst I was there. The Stag is a recurring theme in Sussex landscape paintings because the forests that used to cover the area still have many pockets of woodland left where deer are quite abundant. Despite this, they manage to remain beautiful and if any woodland creature is magical, it is the deer. This stag has a message and you have to walk the path to find it. He is a gamechanger.