Below is "Bright n' Breezy" Acrylic on Canvas and under that "Buried Mother" Oil on Canvas
These are selected examples.
Above is "Clog Dance/Sacred Dance". Oil on stretched cotton canvas.
Below is "Summer Seaside 2014" Acrylic paints, pigments, various acrylic mediums, sand, glass beads.
Below is "Waterfall" - Jenny Meehan
Inspired by life and also the Arshile Gorky "Waterfall" at Tate Modern, which I love to look at!
An experiment with oil paint on ground of Keim Soldalit Grobb.
Garden of Gethsemane/\Under the Tree is below. Oil on linen.
Above is "Running 1" which was painted for the Holocaust Memorial Day Trust Competition 2014 Acrylic on canvas mounted on board.
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"The Gift of Orange/Where the Still Point is"
both acrylic paint, glass beads, various acrylic mediums and fillers, pigments.
In order to indicate a little more regarding the surface of the painting, this side lit image shows better the interplay between colour and texture. Many of my paintings change as the day and the light alters, as the various surface textures and finishes affect the appearance to the eye.
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Many different painters influence my painting, both past and present. Key painters who come instantly to mind include Ivon Hitchens, Claude Venard, Turner, Picasso, Max Beckmann, Manet, Paul Klee, Alan Davie. The reality is much wider, as I continue to visit many galleries and meet many wonderful artists. I remain always grateful to those tutors at West Dean College and other Educational establishments who have taught me.