Why Beautiful Places Are The Hardest To Paint

There's a moment in every painting when you have a choice. A choice to carry on or move on. You’ve put in hours of thought, sketches, colour studies, and laid out the first marks on the canvas. You’re now fully invested in the painting in front of you, but for some reason, something just isn’t... Continue Reading →

It’s Hard To Commit To Painting

Committing time to painting or creating every day is just as difficult as the countless other commitments we set ourselves. Whether its sticking to our business plans, fitness goals, or simply keeping on top of all of that “adulting”, life often gets in the way. Painting shouldn’t be the first thing to get put on... Continue Reading →

Art Diaries: A Trip To Rome

So, that's one of my most challenging paintings completed. Surprisingly enough, I loved every minute of it. Even the bits I hated, where things seemed like they were going wrong. But the vision was clear, and that was motivation enough to stick it through till the end. Overall, I'm very happy with the results. I... Continue Reading →

My Own Little Art History

A brilliant piece of advice I came across recently is that you need to learn about your own art history, not just that of the Great Masters and contemporary artists, and that's what I'm going to talk about today. I often work within specific themes or phases, but most recently these have been troubling me... Continue Reading →

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