I'm a bit of a fiddler, so these may not be quite finished...or they might be...I have to live with them for a bit, but I've really enjoyed the process of creating them, which has taken some time: because there are so many layers, I've had to be really patient letting each one dry, whilst trying to keep them looking wet...
...and this is one below I've been playing with for a while, (some of you might remember it in a slightly different way, from an earlier post 'Up Close and Underneath');
It's become a lot murkier over the last few weeks!
Love this post and the previous one. Your art and photography are always so inspiring...ReplyDelete
you've really captured the rust brilliantly. looks like you welded a piece off the boat and put it on the canvass.....how do you feel about rust and underside of boats now.,having created this and living with them in your studio.. ...love larger and more detailed version of last oneReplyDelete
i really want to touch them. it looks like dramatic countryside after massive downpours. bravo.ReplyDelete
Love the bottom one, this really is the kind of work I appreciate. Wonderful colours and textures.ReplyDelete
Philippa, I adore that last painting - it's fabulous!ReplyDelete
I do like the trips that you take us on, you make us look at things that we wouldn't ordinarily notice. I like that about your blog.ReplyDelete
Once again great paintings!
I have presented you with an award; hope you like it. Come pick it up from my blog. Well done. :)
Ooooo, love your new pieces! I never knew rust and water could be so intriguing! Katie xReplyDelete