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Kings Parade Cambridge painted with pastels
Standing right outside the gates of King's College Cambridge, this is the view looking along Kings Parade, painted in soft pastels
Added: Thursday 29th March 2012, 15:40:14

Pastel drawing of Kings College Chapel Cambridge with cherry blossom
This pastel drawing in bright spring afternoon sun features cherry blossom with King's College Chapel, Cambridge in the background
Added: Wednesday 28th March 2012, 3:08:23

Punts on the river Cam in Cambridge drawn with pastels
A drawing of punts using soft pastels. On the first day of summer time the river Cam, which runs through the centre of Cambridge, is alive with tourists and the punts are busy.
Added: Tuesday 27th March 2012, 12:22:21

Trees and snow - a plein air demonstration in oils near Cambridge
This is another demonstration painting that will form part of Cambridge Art Academy's soon to be released video on how to paint snow in oil paint
Added: Tuesday 20th March 2012, 11:56:20

Pair of Collared doves sketched with spirit markers and pens
It's that time of the year - the birds are all getting ready to nest. Lots of cooing and billing in the garden. These two collared doves are pretty well made up with each other. I sketched them with spirit markers and felt tip pens
Added: Monday 19th March 2012, 14:46:07

Painting with oils in the snow - Byrons Pool Cambridge UK
This is a clip from my forthcoming video, "how to paint snow with oils" in which I do several demonstrations. It was started in February at a location I rather like, Byron's pool, Trumpington, Cambridge.
Added: Saturday 17th March 2012, 11:11:04

Painting with oils in the snow - now with falling hoar frost added!
This is a clip from my forthcoming video, "how to paint snow with oils" in which I do several demonstrations. It was started in February at a location I rather like, Byron's pool, Trumpington, Cambridge. To finish I've added hoar frost falling from nearby trees.
Added: Saturday 17th March 2012, 11:11:04

Punts on the river Cam in Cambridge sketched in gouache and pen
Why not learn to paint in gouache rather than transparent watercolour? If you paint in oil as well, you will find gouache easy since it is basically an opaque medium. Dries quickly and you can draw or pastel over it. This is of punts on the river in Cambridge.
Added: Monday 5th March 2012, 5:21:23

Plein air oil painting using a pochade box at St Johns College Cambridge
The last of the paintings done with other artists from the Plein Air Society in late February 2012 in Cambridge. Started on location but completed in the studio.
Added: Sunday 4th March 2012, 8:54:14

Oil study of Clare College Gates from the Backs in Cambridge
A small oil study of Clare College gates in Cambridge painted quickly in about an hour.
Added: Monday 27th February 2012, 12:39:29

Watercolour pencil and fountain pen sketch of Lapwings over water
Using watercolour pencils for colour and fountain pen for line, I sketched this view over Fen Drayton lakes on the first warm day of the year. A flock of Lapwing added some interest and movement
Added: Thursday 23rd February 2012, 12:27:09

Pastel drawing at sunset on the lake at Denny Abbey
The urge to use draw with pastels on location descending on me yesterday, and this is the result, on a lake location at Denny Abbey near Cambridge UK, and the sun setting.
Added: Monday 20th February 2012, 8:51:49

Snow painting in oil at Byron's Pool - Trumpington - Cambridge
Against the light snow scene at Byron's Pool, Trumpington near Cambridge, painted in oil on location
Added: Sunday 12th February 2012, 9:09:21

Winter watercolour at Fen Drayton Lakes bird reserve
Winter in late January, this quick watercolour at Fen Drayton lakes emphasises the warm colouring on the trees with the low afternoon sun coming from behind. The scene looks warm, but in reality is was a cold day.
Added: Tuesday 7th February 2012, 4:49:42

Oil study of people walking along the river in Cambridge in the snow
Yesterday was the first snow of the winter in Cambridge, UK, and I couldn't wait to get out and paint. This is the first of two small oil studies done from Elizabeth Way bridge looking towards the centre of Cambridge. The dull sky and lots of dark figures had something of Lowry about it.
Added: Monday 6th February 2012, 4:39:49

Oil study of the river in Cambridge in the snow
Today was the first snow of the winter in Cambridge and I couldn't wait to get out and paint. This is one of two small oil studies done from Elizabeth Way bridge overlooking the river Cam. The dull sky and lots of dark figures had something of Lowry about it.
Added: Sunday 5th February 2012, 15:17:46

Boats and willows down by the river in Horningsea - crayon and pastels
A crayon and pastels sketch of river boats, on a late January afternoon down by the river at Horningsea near Cambridge UK
Added: Monday 23rd January 2012, 14:59:52

Mixed media sketch of cottages in Horningsea - Cambridge UK
A variety of mediums were used to do this sketch of cottages in Horningsea near Cambridge
Added: Monday 23rd January 2012, 5:16:04

Pencil sketch of birds at Impington Lake Cambridge UK
This is a quick practice sketch in pencil of birds and water reflections on Impington lame near Cambridge UK
Added: Tuesday 17th January 2012, 13:14:52

Watercolour pencil sketch of a Woodpigeon
A sketch on location of a woodpigeon high in a tree, drawn with pencil and watercolour pencils.
Added: Monday 9th January 2012, 11:36:43


 

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