Monet had already made a name for himself when in 1892 he rented space across from the Rouen Cathedral in Normandy
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You may wonder when you look at today’s painting, what on earth it has to do with James Watt. Well as it turns out, quite a bit really.
It is Mental Health Awareness month here on the Central coast this month and they hold an annual exhibition to celebrate this.
Here I have personified the heart within its own landscape. I don’t have a lot to say about it – I must let the image speak for itself
Being a creative person is not just about each piece that you create, it is also about your entire journey and development as an artist.
Well this was one of those nail biting decisions that turned out well I’m happy to say. It is so easy to wreck a painting and never be able to
I think at some time or other that all creative people struggle with this issue, and the truth is, that the more disconnected you are
Charcoal Drawings Charcoal Drawings were the flavour of the moment last week as I was playing around with a new series I’m embarking on. This series…
The Chateau de Tailly was originally the home of the very first wine family in Burgundy, the Champy family. The current owner is passionate about architecture...
I had a realization this morning when I was thinking about the direction of my work and focusing on it becoming more heart centered.
Rembrandt’s The Night Watch. Essays on art can be dry but consider yourself warned; you’re about to see a man having his brains blown out.
Meursault is a very pretty village in the Bourgogne area of France, close to Dijon. The photo below has a wonderful piece of
Container ship abstract patterns. You never know when or where you are going to find inspiration to take your work further.
The sky is a glorious palette of colour; the pale fluffy clouds, almost touching the treetops are tinged with a warm
From this exercise you can see how the same subject can be painted quite differently indeed.