Spring

Spring

It has been a crazily busy few months, so finding time to squeeze in my daily painting amongst my other commitments has been tricky at times. That said, I have always managed to create something, even if just a quick pen sketch on a train or in a hotel room. These impromptu pieces are often just as pleasing to the eye, as the more laboured works.

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    Preservation Tripod

    21st February

    £725

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    Heading Home

    22nd February

    £895

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    Looking Down at Puttsborough

    23rd February

    £900

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    Waves and Sun

    24th February

    £900

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    Amsterdam Bridge

    25th February

    £1890

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    London Rush

    26th February

    £2095

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    Pollock's Eye

    27th February

    £900

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    Southbank Drizzle

    28th February

    £1555

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    New York Rush

    1st March

    £1890

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    Window Reflections

    2nd March

    £1865

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    Grand Central Bustle

    3rd March

    £1555

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    Gallery Stroll

    4th March

    £1075

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    Parked Up

    5th March

    £1075

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    Moving Forwards

    6th March

    £1195 sold

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    Towering Flat Iron

    7th March

    £1195

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    Chrysler Approach

    8th March

    £955

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    Grand Central Station

    9th March

    £1395

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    New York Memories

    10th March

    £2515

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    Café Culture

    11th March

    £2095

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    Southbank Stroll

    12th March

    £1890

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    Thames Sunset

    14th March

    £1315 sold

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    New York Moment

    14th March

    £2515

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    Sunset Shadows

    15th March

    £2515

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    London Rays

    16th March

    £2515

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    Walking the Dog

    17th March

    £1680 sold

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    London Tones

    18th March

    £1315

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    Westminster Walk

    19th March

    £2095 sold

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    Subtle Venice

    20th March

    £2095

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    London Red

    21st March

    £1075

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    View from Great Northern Hotel

    22nd March

    £895

Now fully in the swing of painting everyday, I found myself becoming less precious about the result of each piece, and more interested in treating each piece as an opportunity to experiment. Compared to the work I created over the winter, during spring I regularly switched up my mediums, working in pastels, posca pens, charcoal powder, watercolour pencils, and oils.

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    Venice Radiance

    23rd March

    £1295

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    Trafalgar Downpour

    24th March

    £955

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    Tyne Bridge Silhouette

    25th March

    £1510

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    The Hangman Hills

    26th March

    £1080

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    Headland Overlook

    27th March

    £1710

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    Battersea Power Station

    28th March

    £1295

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    Time for a Glass of Wine

    29th March

    £2095

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    Inviting Café

    30th March

    £960 sold

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    Chrysler Glow

    31st March

    £2775

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    Southbank Heat

    1st April

    £2515

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    Flatiron in Dusk Light

    2nd April

    £2515

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    Terrific Times Square

    3rd April

    £3330

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    Bournemouth Pier Calm

    4th April

    £2095

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    Southbank Glow

    5th April

    £1095

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    Light It Up

    6th April

    £1510

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    Morning Silence

    7th April

    £1510

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    London Eros

    8th April

    £2220

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    First Rays

    9th April

    £1150

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    St Paul's Star

    10th April

    £3750 sold

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    It's A Warm One

    11th April

    £2775

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    London Soaring

    12th April

    £1170

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    On the Edge

    13th April

    £2775

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    Secret Garden

    14th April

    £1040

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    Walk On By

    15th April

    £2775 sold

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    St Paul's Street

    16th April

    £790 sold

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    It's A Dark One

    17th April

    £2500 sold

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    Painting The Point

    18th April

    £790

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    Early Light Brooklyn Bridge

    19th April

    £2095

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    Devon's Morning

    20th April

    £1510

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    Looking Towards Morte Point

    21st April

    £1510

In March, I travelled to New York to launch my new collection at the Chase Contemporary Gallery, finally fulfilling my lifelong dream of exhibiting my work in New York. Being back in New York provided me with an amazing opportunity to sketch from observation, whilst absorbing the bustling crowds, flashing lights and constant hum of traffic that give the city its unique identity. This direct insight was invaluable for creating more dynamic and authentic paintings.

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    Walking Home

    22nd April

    £2500

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    Passengers

    23rd April

    £3330 sold

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    Empire Energy

    24th April

    £2775

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    Busy Lights

    25th April

    £2775 sold

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    Edinburgh Fall

    26th April

    £2500

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    Piccadilly Nightfall

    27th April

    £3330

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    Exmoor Stroll

    28th April

    £1510

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    Blue Skies Over Bournemouth Pier

    29th April

    £1890

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    Tube of Red Paint

    30th April

    £1075

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    Paris Café

    1st May

    £3330

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    Coffee Time

    2nd May

    £1315

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    Getting Ready to Race

    3rd May

    £2500

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    Thames View

    4th May

    £2095

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    Distant Hills

    5th May

    £1710

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    Watermouth Cove

    6th May

    £1555

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    City Shapes

    7th May

    £1315

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    Street Shadows

    8th May

    £2095

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    The Ever Changing Skyline

    9th May

    £1095

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    Leica Camera

    10th May

    £1555

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    The Lovely Gwenvor

    11th May

    £1095

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    Opposite the Minack Theatre

    12th May

    £1095

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    Walkman Rhythm

    13th May

    £1555 sold

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    Fading Light Over Westminster

    14th May

    £1555

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    London Skyline

    15th May

    £2375

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    It's a Misty Atmospheric Morning

    16th May

    £2140

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    New York Rush

    17th May

    £1195

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    Tibetan Flag Painting in the Garden

    18th May

    £810

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    Shack in the Woods

    19th May

    £895

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    Westminster Underground

    20th May

    £2775

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    Taking the Shot

    21st May

    £1080

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    Metro Life

    22nd May

    £2775

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    Brighton Blue

    23rd May

    £895

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    Dino

    24th May

    £2375

For a few of my daily paintings, I took the opportunity to test out ideas for my Retro collection, a series I have long wanted to create. These initial sketches have since been developed further into a full studio collection, which was released in May 2019. I wanted to inject the final retro paintings with the same immediacy and energy as the quick pieces I did as daily paintings, so I painted with vivid colours and paint splashes, bringing the static objects to life.

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