A first glimpse of Glencoe for my project this/next year. I cannot get there yet, so this is from a photograph driving through the Glen. There was snow on the hills, threatening more. Dark, light, sun, snow, rock, scree, heather, road carving through the Pass.
Oil on panel – 25 x 19 cm – £200
A drawing made in the landscape from Kellie Law, a small hill behind the village where I live. It was winter, the trees were bare. I liked the rhythm of the trees set against the fields beyond.
Waterclour crayon on paper – 26 x 19 cm – £80
This is a paintung of the steps leading up to my garden. They are in fact brick , but I was interested in this big dark shape taking up the foreground, weighting the whole piece down and at the same time pushing into the composition, not in a dainty way. I like the balance of this with the more drawn element of the garden itself.
Oil on panel – 25 x 19 cm – £180 – SOLD.
This is a small painting made whilst looking out of my studio into the garden beyond. It has a very large rosemary bush, and a patch of lawn, an ivy, a lavender, old and gnarly , and beyond a view of the Firth of Forth . I was thinking about the intensity of paint and mark making on a small scale.
Oil on found wood – 18 x 8 cm – £160
All works are unframed.
If you are interested in any of these then do get in touch – firstname.lastname@example.org.
And if you do not know, if I make £1000, I pledge to buy another artists work. Thanks so much for all your support. Dominique