Tag Archives: Acrylic paintings

A few new paintings

I’ve been painting flatout to get a multi paint I ng commission finished before we leave for our US Canada trip. It wasnt heloed by delays in getting my canvases and then accidently using the wrong reference for the first painting!

Anyway I’m almost done. The first two are awaiting varnish and the third is still on the easel and just needs a bit more texture on the rocks. The very first will now be looking for a new home!

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Some boats…

Only 16 days to go and I’ll be hanging these paintings for my exhibition. Time is really flying now! I’ve been working 8 plus hour days in the studio and this last week boats have featured on the easel. I’ll be posting a catalogue page on Monday for those who can’t get to the exhibition.

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Two Boats 
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Clear Water
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Bicheno Fishing Fleet
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A Good Day for Fishing

After the snow…

Last week I was working on a commission for a client of Lone Mountain and here it is after I added in the foreground trees covered in snow. I echoed the purple /blue shadows on the mountain in the foreground and really piled on the snow on those tree branches. It was very satisfying laying on thick swodges of snowy blues and whites to build up  believable snow laden trees.

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Lone mountain painting.
Lone Mountain. After the snow. Acrylic painting.

After the snow settled I started in on an entirely different scene of the impressive cliffs of Moher in Ireland. What a contrast to all that snow! Now it was green, green grass and those stark  cliffs plunging into the ocean. The client wanted me to focus on the light on the foreground grasses and that bright sky against the distant grasses, and I’m happy with the end result because she’s happy!

Cliffs of MOHER
Cliffs of Moher . Acrylic painting.