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Shown here is work from the last 4 or 5 years, after I resumed painting after a long break. I had stored various ideas in my head over the years, which perhaps accounts for the diversity of  these works. Some are sketches, and not what I would regard as paintings. Unfortunately I am not in a position to paint full time, to try to extend or finalise all these ideas.





               Above are three of a series of thirteen 'mood' paintings? based on the barcode image . An exercise in balance, harmony, rhythm and subtleness?

                                                                                                      (Emulsion and PVA on board)

                                                                                                  (Click on BARCODE page for more details)




                                'Focus'                                                                   'One sinister eve'                                                                     'Live's journeys' No. 1


All paintings shown here, unlike those on the Archive page, are not shown in chronological order of execution.

An idea of sizes of the individual works will be added at a later date.




Another 'barcode' painting, with a difference, using colour.





                                                                A one-off idea or sketch.                                    A little exercise to produce something that could be  hung in any way   

                                                                                                                                                                                and still be balanced. White paint on un-primed board.




                                                             'Triple Vision' No.1                                                                                                                                   'Live's journeys' No. 2




                                                   'Triple Vision' No.2 or 'Lino Tiles'



I many cases the colour reproduction, density, saturation and contrast is very poor. Some paintings are very subtle and of light tone. I must find time to take most of the photographs again, and trim them.


As mentioned somewhere on the site, I chose to use black and white for many paintings.

For another series of paintings, as another exercise, I limited myself to using the primary colours.


Below are two of these works, which are some of my most recent. Here I have returned to a more painterly and free style. I hope soon to include detailed close-ups of these on the appropriate page.




                                                                                                                                              PVA and emulsion on paper, bonded to board.



                                                                                                                                                      PVA and emulsion on primed board.



                                                                                                          Another painting on a similar theme, without colour restrictions, though keeping within a range.



                                           The first work based on the primary colour resriction.                                                                                  Another red yellow and blue thing. (Collage on board)



                                                                                       Work in progress, collage, still using only primary colours.          



          Older work:



                                          'Is there any way out ?''                                                                                                           'Hard-lined serenity'



There are many more recent paintings to show, but I have to find time to take better photographs of them.












































Better photos of these need to be displayed.