Sunday, 7 November 2010

Somewhere out there

This project was set by Rhian, I chose to look at the subject from a different perspective, mixing fiction and reality, Teletubbies meet Pink Floyd in Photoshop.

My challenge to the other Frankart members was that on a random day and time I would text the others and they had to take a photograph with their phones of whatever they were just looking at.. It backfired as only one received the text on time, so I waited until I received the last confirmation, then shot my picture.
Watercolour, A3 approx.

Thursday, 26 August 2010

favourite place

The Green Bridge of Wales, acrylic a4 size multilayered process colours

Sunday, 20 June 2010

Personal Objects, Mark.

This is a 3 colour watercolour pencil rendering of two objects which sit at my desk, One is an amethyst which catches my eye every day and the other is a small brass buddah brought back from Cambodia as a gift from a friend.
Just another example of optical mixing whereby process yellow, magenta and cyan are used in layers to create a shimmering surface (well that's the idea)

Friday, 11 June 2010

Personal objects Simon

Well, for this exercise I collected together one walking boot, that carried me across the Himalayas, and over many welsh mountains, didnt leak once and caused me ,well very few blisters, my everyday old hake brush, that I have had for 25 years.. yes 25 years, a few pallet's I use everyday, couple of books on Hopper and Turner, topped off by a menthol stick that I use as a hangover cure.. couldn't fit wife kids and pets onto pile, but apart from that this is me sort of defined, well sort of my external life.

Tuesday, 25 May 2010

Simon, Childhood memory

"Dor fach" or little Dorothy used to sit on wall outside her house after school, she lived accross the road, we were part of a gang of village kids that used to play hide and seek, pretend to be invisible, or throw mud at each other, depending on what we were interested in.

Tuesday, 18 May 2010

Mark, Theme - Childhood Memory

Watercolour 297 x 210 mm - A memory of a time when, with my trusty MK1 Raleigh Chopper, I felt like the king of the world.