Tag Archives: oil painting

Portrait of the artist as a young woman

This year, I set myself a new goal – to master the art of portraiture – and so I set to it in the early weeks of January. What resulted (and this one is not of me, I hasten to … Continue reading

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Painting progress

To get from blank canvas to finished work of art, we need to make some sort of progress between the two and yet it is a word that should not to be confused with “process”, something I’ve tended not to give … Continue reading

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Incorporating it all

Though it is a metaphor I have played with before, I find I am newly aware of  just how much my life process mirrors my art process…or is it the other at around. Seen from the painterly perspective, I find … Continue reading

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Chasing light with a brush – my painting process

I’ve just finished a trio of paintings on a “sunset” theme and whilst the three work well together, there was nothing deliberate about the shared theme other than the fact that I was longing to chase after some of the … Continue reading

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