I painted this on a very hot summer afternoon in June. I was half expecting to see children and staff around but it seems to have been converted into flats. I loved the colour of the brickwork and tower roof against the intense blue.
This property caught my eye on a crisp May morning. Starting around 8am it was sparkling by 9am.
View from Alexander PalaceThis view is a 15 minute walk from where I live and it is one that I will never tire of painting. Every time I visit, it looks totally different and I plan to paint it in a range of lights and weather conditions.
This painting was a commission for the owner of the house as a surprise Xmas present for her husband. The day started off dull but brightened up immediately as soon as the paint was applied. It made all the difference and gave the picture a much needed sparkle of light.
I painted this picture in mid December over two sessions and just as the light was turning to dusk. I loved the pinky grey colour of the sky and the reflections on the side conservatory.
I painted this picture on a dull November day and was attracted to the turret, faceted bay windows and the dramatic perspective on the left hand side. The painting was noticed online by a previous owner who purchased it within a few days of my completing the work
I painted this picture just after the 2016 Xmas tree went up in Muswell Hill. I loved the strong end of day light. An interested local person (Lisa) contacted me to see if she could pop along and watch me paint so I asked her to sit on the seat at the front and included…
Alexandra Palace from Priory Park, Late November It was a really cold day and very blustery (quite hostile really) but surprisingly leisure pursuits were going on in the park. People walking dogs, pram walks, and a football game on the bowling green. It just shows that we are not prepared to let poor weather dictate…