My painting ‘Sunset on Snow’ is the Third Place winner of the July 2020 DPW Monthly Contest! I’m very happy!
The Great Intake is the intriguing name of the dark mountain on the background of this painting. Part of series of artworks dedicated to the Cumbrian landscape.
Lingmoor Fell is the hill on the right of the painting. Part of series of artworks dedicated to this beautiful region of the North of England.
You’ve captured the color and feel of that area beautifully!Jennifer Borrelli
For this painting of a view of Little Langdale, I used a new palette ( burnt umber, yellow ochre, titanium white, cadmium lemon, cadmium red medium, quinacridone magenta, french ultramarine, Winsor blue which is like phthalo blue (the green shade), and the newly discovered cobalt turquoise light). This is mainly an experiment with values and colour saturation. To be honest I’ve never bothered much with such technicalities, I paint without thinking about the beauty of the image but more about the feeling, the raw emotion. I normally go with the flow.
This is an attempt to refine my technique and learn more about chroma, tones, values in order to move towards figure painting and maybe portraits. Let’s see where this is taking me… For your information, I use oil paint from the Winsor & Newton Artist’s Oil Colour with Liquin™ Original and linseed oil.
There is a certain universality of fields— before I saw where you were from, I thought it was a midwest field. Love it!Nancy Goodwine
My wife takes daily photos of this field near Wendover Canal in Buckinghamshire, England. I was intrigued by the colour of this one.
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‘Yellow Field’ is featured on Daily Paintworks
This is my latest painting titled ‘Cloud Gap’, it’s a 7 × 5 inches landscape. finished today and dedicated to my mum and dad on their wedding anniversary. My dad passed away on new year’s eve. Ciao papà…
Reflection is featured on the Facebook page of Daily Paintworks.
Looking out from my bedroom window I see the Chiltern Hills and occasionally huge cumulonimbus clouds. I enjoy painting clouds 🙂
I’ve recently been inspired by Carol Marine‘s book “Daily Painting”. The idea is to try and paint a small painting every day, I’ve had a very busy first week to keep up with my new challenge and I hope you like them. All my new paintings are oil on Ampersand Gessobord and are for sale starting from £112 (unframed) including free UK delivery. Visit my Artshop or contact me directly. Here’s an example: