Not to explain it all but this is somewhat the squiggles of my trail, both mapped and unmapped.
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Looking out from Crone woods over Powerscourt and Djouce woods.
A Hike on Scarr Mountain
This came about on the top of Scarr mountain a few days ago. Looking out over the valley and onto the distant hills and forests. I followed the line of trails with my eye like a virtual map in front of me. Trying to work out my surroundings and where I was in relation toContinue reading “A Hike on Scarr Mountain”
Here are four new paintings out of many I’ve been working on this past while. This work has taken on its own direction and I am very excited about where it is going and the process of making it. I went back to abstraction in a more expressive way through charcoal drawing and bringing thatContinue reading “New Series”
Full Moon painting – Process Timelapse
Painting in oils and coldwax. Mixed with drawing and mark making in charcoal and pencil. Full moon was on my mind at the time of making this painting and I was very much affected by a recent full moon at the time of when this came work about.
I have been doing a lot of plein air drawings lately out in the open landscape. I want express through these drawings a sense of atmosphere in the landscape I have been surrounded by. I am abstracting what I see and also what I don’t see. I am really enjoying expression in an abstract wayContinue reading “Drawings”
A recollection of various view points.