Some Inspiring Events

I have had a few exhibitions in the past and I have done some pieces for some special friends.  Some of the below are of places where I exhibit or have exhibited and some are just things I created for my friend’s restaurant and some are my paintings lying around in my studio and the last one, well you can guess that’s not mine, but it’s where I would like to exhibit.

I loved sitting in one corner when I had these and just listening, it could have been classed as self-harming sometimes, but nothing too drastic was said.

 

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The World’s Rarest Colors Live inside This Library

Harvard’s century-old Forbes Pigment Collection contains a literal rainbow of powders—many with origin stories that are practically legend.

Source: The World’s Rarest Colors Live inside This Library

Harvard’s century-old Forbes Pigment Collection contains a literal rainbow of powders—many with origin stories that are practically legend.

Source: The World’s Rarest Colors Live inside This Library

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An old friend: A bit abstract, a bit expressionism, a bit of sealife

I was having a look through my media from posts on my blog yesterday and I came across some images of a painting, lost now, that I loved creating.  It brought back many memories, including all the space I used to have to paint in and that I could actually do paintings of this size.  I’d love to be able to paint a 20-metre painting one day.  I just love to do things on big surfaces.  🙂 I miss those days.

Anyway this painting put a smile on my face because it was so spontaneous and when I saw it again I thought how bright and shining it was.

I hope you all enjoy it as much as I did.  Feel free to comment.  I did some close ups of the special parts. Title of the painting is Sealife Divided, I think I did it around 2004. The mediums are, acrylic, enamel, spray paint, shells, wires and marble.