Thursday, 26 April 2007

Spring has sprung

I do apologize for neglecting you for the last few weeks, the exhibition took over for a whille. It went well, thankyou for asking and now I'm scrambling to get work reay for the Newcastle Gateshead Art Fair. Getting up and running again after the exhibition was a slow and painful affair but I seem to be making some headway.
Bluebell woods 2007 No.3
You will notice that I've got a bit of a thing about sunlight and woods, especially in spring when the light can still penetrate and the greens are fresh.
Bluebell woods 2007 No4

Already I'm struggling to stay on this one theme, I've never been comfortable about producing a series of work. Normally I flit between different subjects, making life hard for myself. Although today I'm going to do exactly that because I've run out of green and yellow paint

Bluebell woods 2007 No.5
This little part of the woods near Grosmont are my favourite, here the bluebells are thickest and the steep valley sides give a lovely back drop.

Footpath to Green End

This photo doesn't do the picture justice, but having said that I think it could do with livening up a bit.

Bluebell woods 2007 No.2

You'll have noticed I'm making life easy for myself and keeping the titles simple.

Bluebell woods 2007 No.1

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