Landmark learning curve

Last weekend (15-16 October) I had a stand at the Autum Art Fair at Landmark Arts Centre in Teddington. It was my first art fair and it proved to be an invaluable experience. The point of taking part primarily is to sell work. Thankfully I sold a couple of paintings – two of my favourites. [...]

Amélie portrait

The first question people often ask when they view a painting of mine is: 'How long did that take you?' The answer varies from painting to painting depending on the subject and size of the canvas. I spend the most time on portraits. Here are the stages of a recent portrait of my daughter Amélie, [...]

Loft studio

We moved into our house a year and a half ago and it has helped transform my art. The loft space in the house is semi-converted so it has great storage space, carpet, built-in desk and very good lighting with a decent roof window and LED strip light. Also, the pitch of the roof is [...]

#sketchaday

The benefits of sketching everyday are invaluable. There are loads of artists out there who commit to a sketch a day - check them out, #sketchaday. As I mentioned in my last post I have recently become a dad so time is even more limited for artwork but I have wanted to get my eye [...]

Catch up

Here's a little catch up on how I came to put on a solo exhibition earlier this year. I have always loved drawing and painting and throughout my childhood spent hours drawing my favourite footballers who played for my favourite team (Spurs). I studied art at school and college but went down the graphic design [...]

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