How to paint a Turquoise Wave

“Turquoise Wave II” is inspired by the Jurassic coastline of Devon. It shows a large wave cresting, lit by the sun turning the waves turquoise and emerald green. The time of day is key here. It is midday, the strong sunlight is reflecting off the sea turning it white. The highlights become a mixture of emeralds and blues contrasting with the deep blue of the sea.

Torbay Art Show 2020 CANCELLED

Unfortunately I have just been informed today (16th March) that this year’s Torbay Art Show has had to be cancelled because of the Coronavirus disease (COVID-19), what a real shame. Saturday 21st – Sunday 22nd March 2020 at Torquay Boys … Continued

Stormy Emerald Sea

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Here are a few images of my painting process and time-lapsed videos of my new wave painting entitled “Stormy Emerald Sea”. It measures 100 cm wide and 50 cm high and has a depth of 4cm or 39.5 inches wide … Continued

Resolving a troublesome wave painting.

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I decided to look at this existing seascape again and change some aspects of it. This painting has undergone several changes overtime. The earliest photo of it is here. Sometimes I find it really helpful to go back in time … Continued