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Into the Light: This print is from an original oil painting. Inspired by a scene in France under a wintry and stormy sky. There is light on the horizon where the clouds have parted – enough to pick out the rain-slicked road ahead.
It was painted in oils on board using a brush and palette knife; the colours are predominantly dark blues and greens, with a hint of violet. The original painting can be seen here.
Blue Vase was painted in acrylics on canvas paper using a mixture of brush and palette knife so the finished piece if full of texture and tones. The theme of the blue vase with flowers is one of my favourites; it is partly the generous shape of the vase, and partly the colours as the light bounces off its surface. I also like to paint flowers in a vase as they start to relax, when their shapes soften and blend, creating an interesting and often more elegant profile.
There are two versions of this print available; one is on semi-matt photographic paper which shows the subtleties of the tonal changes, and the other is on textured fine art paper which gives a richer impression of the painting. They are detailed separately.
Two prints from original sketchbook watercolours, of the village of Marcay in France. The profile of the village is governed by a row of lollipop trees leading to it’s chateaux (currently an up-market hotel). It sits on the road to Chinon where two departements meet and the architecture changes from the rural, honey-coloured stone longere of the Poitou-Charentes to the splendid, cream stone maisons of the Loire Valley.
These prints can be purchased individually (£20 each) or as a pair (£35).