I was commissioned to paint this velodrome sprint portrait. In this post you can discover the process and techniques I use when creating this cycling artwork and find out how I capture fast motion.
I would like to take you on a journey through the creation of Trinity Church in Clitheroe. This is a demonstration of the artist’s approach to a painting, the search for inspiration and the techniques used during its production.
I was observing the moon in 3 different ways: 1. without my glasses,
2. wearing my contacts and
3. with my glasses on.
Every experience was different, the moon looked different every time.
Which of these 3 images is the true representation of the moon? What does the moon really look like?
I have a rare neurological condition – synaesthesia… No, it is not a disability, it is a remarkable sensation that I consider a gift. In this post, I would like to share with you some aspects of this experience and show you how I sense and see the energy of reverberating sounds of drums. For aContinue reading “Experience Synaesthesia – Colours And Shapes Of Music”
There’s no shadow of a doubt that the cycling season is a momentous occasion with many nail-biting moments. Starting with Giro d’Italia, Tour De France, La Vuelta a España and Tour Of Britain… I love watching cycling, much like the millions of other fans out there I lap up the excitement, the ups’ and downs’ the trialsContinue reading “Capturing The Greatest Cycling Races”