Thursday, 29 January 2015

Muddy colours no more. 13 colours advised to help your luck change!

Absolutely great to see the first three of my series of thirteen monthly articles for 'The Artist' magazine now in print!



We started with Paynes Grey printed in the January 2015 edition of 'The Artist' magazine featuring a winter landscape of the Pennines (great fun to do that one from outdoor sketches), followed by 'Prussian Blue' in the February 2015 edition which features a finished painting to be shown in our 'All Creations Great and Small' exhibition at North York Moors Visitors Centre in Danby near Whitby 16 April to 4 May 2015.

As an acrylic painting on board of the beautiful and dramatic Bempton Cliffs, East Coast of Yorkshire this painting was an absolute joy to create, particularly since the Prussian Blue bias added some superb depth to the shadows adding to the drama of the painting.


This month in the March issue of 'The Artist' magazine as the third in the series, 'Cobalt Blue' - the indispensable blue in my palette, is featured alongside an expressive semi abstract seascape painting which absolutely glows - another for the show!

Next month we feature Cerulean Blue. Another beautiful blue for you to use with lots and lots of creative uses!

Watch this space!


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Featured paintings


January 2015 issue of 'The Artist' magazine
Pennine snow Flurries
Acrylic on board 16 x 21 inches (45.6 x 53.5cm)




February 2015 issue of 'The Artist' magazine
Tide in, tide out - Bempton cliffs, East Yorkshire
Acrylic and mixed media on board
16 x 16 inches (45.5 x 45.5cm)



March 2015 issue of 'The Artist' magazine
Incoming Tide
Acrylic on boxed canvas
20 x 20 inches (51 x 51cm)

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