The scene was inspired by a family walk along the Ridgeway in the Chiltern Hills. At first glance, this oil on board shows a couple of people walking on a grass path. The image projects a feel of everyday life, of a journey together in a safe place surrounded by the sanctuary of nature, a […]
Last summer I’ve visited Hughenden Manor, near High Wycombe in Buckinghamshire. A Victorian mansion that served as the country house of Prime Minister Benjamin Disraeli, the 1st Earl of Beaconsfield. He was one of Queen Victoria’s favourite Prime Ministers. This is a view from inside the Manor, looking towards the gardens. I loved the variety of […]
I’m passionate about art, architecture, design, lettering, geosciences, and making stuff with my hands. I am also a dedicated learner and have recently finished an MSc in Earth Science at the Open University. For my final dissertation, I researched the effects of a giant iceberg’s melting on carbon sequestration in the Antarctic ocean. Learning from […]
I registered wolfango.com on the 5th of January 2000, as soon as the World got safely through the scare of the millennium bug (2YK). As we averted the catastrophe of that wretched period of history, I decided to risk everything and create this domain name in the hope of a better future. Now after 22 […]
My favourite subject, clouds. I really enjoyed working on this little painting! Inspired by a photo taken a few months ago, I applied a first tonal layer over a board stained with some burnt sienna followed by some quick free brush marks for the highlights and “details” using a filbert. Enjoy!
Wow! It’s been more than four years since my last post on this scrapbook. I’ve been very busy with a lot of different things and to be honest I did not manage to paint much at all. Let alone paint daily. Oh well! In the meantime though, here’s what I’ve been doing: I finished my […]
I’ve been very busy recently and not managed to write much on my scrapbook. I had a few commissions and noticed how difficult it is for a client to have an idea of how much commissioned art would cost. That made me think, my current A Painting a Day (almost)™ keep me very busy but it would be […]