I wish you all well on this last day of 2018.
It has been a completely odd experience here in the U.K in the last two years or so since we had that vote that triggered, a period in history that will be laughed and scorned at. Something so ridiculous that it will be used in case studies in human stupidity, for decades to come.
Lots of great things have happened to me in 2018. But, we are buggered now. So things have changed. Life. seems to remain “optically” normal , but hey! We carry on as in some kind of never ending grief about the loss of the empire. It seems if the as the new normal works meanwhile the government are really masquerading as politicians , in charge of some back street middle management Double Glazing company playing back room deals, slapping each other on the backs, whilst we are living in a country which is so divided, politically and by blame and pie eyed ideas, that seem to be made up in some bizzare “lets fuck Britain, Bingo”
Below is something from my sketchbook, that was made this afternoon, the type was added after.
I have been falling in love with my sketchbook all over again, after, stopping photographic research for a bit and get back to doodling some ideas for new paintings.
Have a Happy Holiday season.
see you in 2019.
The Panic. 2018. Acrylic, marker, and card on canvas.
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30 x 40 inches. 2018.
Acrylic, emulsion, and paper on canvas.
Still wet, and pretty happy with this, tho for the last few days, my studio has become so unbearable with this heat, paint was drying super quick in my pots, and sweat dripped, but I done it in the end.
I have included, the various stages of this painting.
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Following on from yesterdays post , I have made a print version of the painting End Of Movement.
I have tidied up edges and tweeked the colours. This will be on sale shortly in my new web outlet soon (more news to follow shortly).
End Of Movement. (2018).
Acrylic, emulsion, and card on canvas.