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
High Street Marlow is oil on panel, 12 × 16 inches – Commissioned painting for “Barkers of Marlow”. Please visit the Barkers of Marlow shop in Marlow High Street to see it live.
Sixteen Persimmons, one of my latest paintings, preparing for my little solo exhibition.