Category Archives: Still life
Being that we are, if not renowned, at least known for our minimalist Christmas decorations which, were it not for our grandchildren could easily descend to many degrees below minimal, you can imagine my surprise when I was, this very … Continue reading
A reminder that, if not summer, then at least spring is on it’s way. This is a print on canvas (120x80cms) which is the first in a long line of images that will find its way into the Prints on Canvas … Continue reading
Crumble is an apposite word for this time of year when the testing dullness of January reduces resolution to surrender. That enervating post Christmas week, which gave us pause to recognise that we must change ourselves for the better, slough … Continue reading
On taking stock of things, I never seem to have enough. More precisely, I never seem to have enough of the things of which I would like an excess. Money, hair and teeth would come high on the list although, … Continue reading
I shot these two still lives in a dark corner of our outhouse on a recent day when the skies were overcast and grey. This calm north light, without the intrusion of brilliant slashes of razor sharp sunlight, allowed the camera to capture the infinity … Continue reading
This image bears a resemblance, if not immediately apparent, to myself staring in wonder at the emptiness of the blank page. Whether with pencil, pen, paintbrush or poised finger tips I find my self frozen in attendance of the admonitory tones … Continue reading
Two very different views of an autumnal pear from the Print Store…looking as good on the wall as on the tree Check out this page for more print ideas.