Most/All of these paintings are documented in other posts but here’s a little gallery as a quick reference:
Also featured in this Gallery of Recent Paintings
These are probably finished – also added to this gallery
May already be sold.
Please contact me for up to date price and availability
Three small canvases – Acrylic paint
Work in Progress
1: Go to charity shop, find old picture frames with hardboard backing
2: Remove the hardboard and paint it
3: Allow to dry
4: Reinsert painted hardboard into frame
(if still available) – including frames
Small Stripey – £TBA
Big Stripey – £TBA
Excluding post and packing
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Some Work in Progress – Early stages (Scroll Down for finished art-icles)
Acrylic on canvas – each 60cm x 50cm
Another two human beings have arrived to keep the first one company
They are here to stay
and there of course
Everything is here and there
Now and then
They are flowers
(And here’s the first one to save a click or two)
They are lovely
Here they are, I think they’re lovely
They are lovely
4 fresh oils on canvas 60cm x 50cm –
£TBA each (unframed)
UPDATE: Now framed and on the wall at the Off the Wall gallery in Llandaff: Just £250 each for completely unique and original oil paintings (price may increase after Summer Show)
I’ve come to a stop on this – so will let it rest for a few days then look at it again and decide whether to develop or abandon it
I’m very pleased to say that my paintings are now on the walls of the Off the Wall Gallery in Llandaff. The gallery is a proper gem of a place close to the cathedral and the High Street and its walls host the work of some of the most sought-after artists working in the UK today.
The gallery really is worth visiting in person, the paintings are exhibited beautifully. If you want a preview click on the image below to visit their website or click here:
This is a piece I wrote on Tuesday 4th November 2003 during the substantial gaps between visitors on the second day of an exhibition of my work at the Neville Gallery, Llanelli. I had also invited a few others to exhibit some work alongside mine since it is a large hall.
Exhibition Day 2 – Tuesday half ten am.
No one in yet but at least it’s finished. Everything’s up.
Laura Mason’s installation – Anna’s paintings – Ian’s drawings – my 87 varieties. Maybe I’m deluding myself but it all looks amazing to me. Toying with the idea of getting in touch with the media – but I don’t really want personal publicity a la Llanelli Star, obviously I’d like artistic publicity-recognition-acknowledgement whatever, but I’m scared of getting my chops in the local paper – daft aren’t I?
Need to go for a piss etc so shall lock up and leave a note on door. Continue reading