Carl and Tiffany waited patiently as Eternal was raised onto a panel that almost seemed made to fit. My Eternal abstract also suited the mood within this classically styled room. During its creation many hours were spent forming a solid core which was to act as a spine for the design. I continued by adding fine layers of colour and metals returning day after day hour after hour until completion. In my mind destiny lead Eternal to its new home due to the perceptive vision of the new owners.
My latest large painting found it’s new home in a stunning home in Berkshire. This red and grey Modern art piece added energy to the room. The detailed techniques which have become my trademark are at home with the more traditional elements in close proximity .There is plenty of light to allow the reds and gold elements to shine. During the creation each layer added new features to the surface.
I was grateful to my clients who can now claim that have one of my favourite and most engaging artworks.
It was great to make contact with Paul who kindly sent images of part of his collection now in their new Australian home.
Today I visited London with my family and we went to St. Pauls to show them the view where I stand and paint. Here you can see me standing outside Ye Olde Cheshire Cheese pub with Sir Christopher Wren's magnificent St. Pauls in the background.