The dark clouds were hanging like a quilted roof over the moon.
The light it shed above and below over the varying surfaces was quite beautiful.
The Moon continues to amaze me. the palette range is so entirely different.
I have experimented with bronze and silver glazes over underlying texture which I hope adds to the dynamics.
After Christmas and the New Year I have decided to look into some alternate avenues.
Space and the perception of space. I will be taking this image further I expect to work on adding a dimension to the box.
Perhaps the series of moon paintings and or the flu has affected me, lets see!
a very Happy New Year!
Storm at Sea oil on canvas outside frame 44.x 44cms
Diffused colour light and energy seems to sum up this painting.
A shapeless glow permeated the dark stormy sky that tumbled through the powering waves.
oil on canvas 97 x 72 cms
Threatening cloud banks being penetrated by the last of the sun falling on the Outer Hebrides
was an image that had to be translated onto canvas.
I very much enjoyed the task of translating the fan like shapes of the storm clouds.
The gale force wind dragging the rain and clouds up the mountain sides adds a wild dynamic.
Sligachan on the Isle of Skye at the foot of The Cuillin. Mountains that set great challenges for the professional and the amateur climbers.
Oil on canvas 76 x 76 cms
The Mall Galleries ‘buy art’ site is by invitation or for artists who have exhibited with them before.
Just delighted to have this painting ‘ moonlight and moors ‘ featured on the landscape and city scape opening page.
The painting is oil on canvas and measures 90 x 50 cms
Sligachan on the Isle of Skye is now filled with the heavy rain fall we have been experiencing.
The Cuillin attracts more than its fair share resulting in the spectacular waterfalls finding their way through the mountainous landscape.
The recent full moon has cast its own magic over this autumn image. oil on canvas 51 x 77 cms currently drying.
The waterfalls at Sligachan on the Isle of Skye is always a popular place to view the huge amounts of water cascading off the hills.
I focused on the three elements of rocks, water and spray.
Introducing four oil paintings studying the moon light in sea and landscape.
Moon light nearly dark 73 x 50cms
Moon light and moors 90 x 50 cms
The Moon and Daisies 66 x 51 cms
Moon and Waves oil on canvas 73 x 50 cms