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.
Freshly painted view of Weston Turville reservoir. I love how the sky is reflected by the water and the colours of early spring in the Chiltern Hills.
First of all, I would like to thank all the people that came to see the 2016 BAS Spring Open Exhibition the last weekend. It’s been a good experience with many positive comments and a good number of visitors.
Please come and visit this year Buckinghamshire Art Society’s Spring Open Exhibition.
Preview Evening: Friday 22nd of April 2016 6:30 pm – 9:00 pm at The Fitzwilliams Centre, Beaconsfield, Buckinghamshire, UK.
Saturday 23rd April, 10.00 am – 5.00 pm
Sunday 24th April, 10.00 am – 5.00 pm
This morning I’ve been hanging paintings at the Queens Park Art Centre (QPC) in Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire for my Little Solo Exhibition. The exhibition starts officially on Monday the 7th of December and will be on until the 17th of December.
“The closing date has been extended to the 3rd of January 2016, that means more days for you to see my artworks!”
Please, check out QPC opening times.
Please come and see it. You’re welcome to leave a comment on this blog or at the venue.
Merry Christmas & Happy New Year!
Accidental art: I’ve been using old paint to create a background layering of mixed colours on an old canvas. Then with a bit of artistic flair, I started to draw something from my imagination. In the end, it looked like a pumpkin (zucca in Italian)… So I finished it off with some details. What do you think?
Looking out from my bedroom window I see the Chiltern Hills and occasionally huge cumulonimbus clouds. I enjoy painting clouds 🙂
Today I’ve mostly eaten…
I really struggled with this painting of Marlow High Street, after many corrections I ended up getting so upset that I wiped it off and crack the board in half in a moment of rage.
A few hours later, after a relaxing cup of coffee – yes, I do chill down with an espresso – I realised that this sort of outcome is part of the artistic process and should be accepted. So here it is, my not so refined oil on broken board titled appropriately Broken Marlow, 12 × 16 inches and it’s available for sale. SOLD.
By the way, I am really proud of it.Wolfango