Monthly Archives: August 2007

New York NewYorK!!

This is from a painting I did after stugy trip to New York earlier in the year

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Posted by on August 23, 2007 in Uncategorized


A Mountain Scene

This is turning into a long running marothon as I am not quite sure what firefox has done with some of my images they seem to be enlarged rather annoying. Anyway here is a mountain scene. Hope you like it.!
I may in futer just use firefox for text

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Posted by on August 22, 2007 in Uncategorized


Towards abstract.

This was a experiment on a hexegonal shape, I am not sure about my style. there seems to be a bit of everything in it but it seems to talk about other dimensions maybe wormholes one thing leading to another.
Sorry that the whole image is not on I will take a photograph later but wanted to put this in the blog.

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Posted by on August 21, 2007 in Uncategorized



At the moment I am very much feeling my way with the blog writing things that may interest a wider audience or may not.
What I propose is a continuation of Constable research and maybe a look at some dutch painting along the way, There is a strong connection, I feel between Suffolk skies and Dutch skies both are sources of light and important focal points in paintings of Constables time and before.
I will continue to post images that I create because they are important to me .
I want to continue to expand my personal knowledge of other Artists and themes in art.
Of course as with any plan there will be changes
Further research of summer project for uni (2nd year) Westminster to Tower Bridge.
Further objectives :
Monet paintings(his London ones)
John Virtue
Kurt Jackson
(The colour will change once a link has been established at present no link here for artists named)

Interview planned for blog.
Review of exhibition at Pallant House gallery, Chichester

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Posted by on August 20, 2007 in Uncategorized



These photo were taken near my home last Friday morning at abot 11.30. The clouds were building up nicely and there were obviously some heavy showers nearby. As part of my Constable research i wanted to take a closer look at some of the things he did with clouds.
it appears that he did variouse sky studies and he called them ‘skying’ as he wrote in on 23October 1821,he believed that
the sky was one of the m important points in a landscape painting and without it there would not be much of a painting as it was the source of light. Like his rainbows he seems to have become obsessed with the painting of sky and would very often do sketches os studies several time a day National Gallery of Australia
Source of Blog from “Constable Impressions of Land Sea and Sky” If there is trouble with the page , the exhibition of Constable was held in 2006

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Posted by on August 19, 2007 in Uncategorized


Down by the Sea

Returning to one of my obsessions which is the coast. I never tire of doing a coastel scene and even though it might appear to be the same there are sutle differences. This one is on a card and I scanned it. It is still in its cellophane bag. People do like originale woks of art on card and I send them to people who I know will appreciate them.

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Posted by on August 17, 2007 in Uncategorized


Chichester in The Rain

Here is one of my sketch like cards that I design. They are done with watersoluable crayons and a edding pen.
Chichester is one of my favourite haunts, the old market cross and the cathedral. The Pallant House Gallery is a excellent Gallery to visit.
greenandstone in North street is a brilliant art shop with friendly and helpfull staff.
The view on the card is my representation of the old market cross.

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Posted by on August 16, 2007 in Uncategorized