This new watercolour painting of a London street scene came about after a wonderful family day out that we had recently. The weather was beautiful
My weekly watercolour blog
Brighton Painting Group July meeting Other commitments have meant that I’ve missed the past few gatherings of the Brighton Painting Group so it was a
It’s typical that on a week when I’ve got so much say, I’ve got so little time to say it! So now I’ve set the
I recently had to get to Brighton train station early in the morning to get a train up to London. Aside from the disruption of
Some weeks ago I posted about there being nothing like a deadline to focus the mind. The deadline in question was a new Open Exhibition
It’s been one of those weeks at the easel where everything I’ve painted has felt like quite a struggle! This is half-sheet of a Parisien
There may be a few of you out there that might remember this painting from 2016. In fact, this image is the second painting that
My first tentative foray into portraiture I have tremendous admiration for anyone that even considers tackling portraiture. This admiration rises even further for anyone that
I seem to be experiencing a period of glass half emptiness when it comes to my paintings! By nature, I think I’m usually ‘glass half
Preamble Well, after two cancellations and almost three years of waiting, my Alvaro Castagnet Watercolour Masterclass finally came to fruition. During the intervening years, I’ve
My latest exhibition news from Starling Studios. Find out how it went, what sold and what happened in Bologna!
The opening weekend of Starling Studios exhibition as part of Brighton’s annual Artists Open Houses.