Summer

Summer

The summer is an amazing time of year to be living in North Devon. With the warmer weather, I can head for a surf at one of my local beaches before finding a spot to pitch up and paint the view.

  • 185 / 365

    Pier Remains

    25th May

    £990

  • 186 / 365

    Anyone for Ice Cream

    26th May

    £1095

  • 187 / 365

    Southbank Shade

    27th May

    £1095 sold

  • 188 / 365

    River Seine Harmony

    28th May

    £2500 sold

  • 189 / 365

    Daily Rush

    29th May

    £2775

  • 190 / 365

    Edinburgh Shadows

    30th May

    £2775

  • 191 / 365

    Glasgow Mist

    31st May

    £2500

  • 192 / 365

    Time Never Stops

    1st June

    £2500

  • 193 / 365

    Across the Valley

    2nd June

    £645

  • 194 / 365

    Three Cherries on a Plate

    3rd June

    £640

  • 195 / 365

    Thames Lights

    4th June

    £1555

  • 196 / 365

    Canary Changing Light

    5th June

    £1315 sold

  • 197 / 365

    Mount Blanc

    6th June

    £1840

  • 198 / 365

    Amsterdam Red

    7th June

    £1315 sold

  • 199 / 365

    Waves on the Rocks

    8th June

    £645

  • 200 / 365

    Foreboding Skies

    9th June

    £645

  • 201 / 365

    Lee Bay

    10th June

    £895

  • 202 / 365

    Abstract Coastal Rocks

    11th June

    £645

  • 203 / 365

    Southbank Walk

    12th June

    £1595 sold

  • 204 / 365

    Towering Shard

    13th June

    £2500

  • 205 / 365

    Heading to St Paul's

    14th June

    £1095

  • 206 / 365

    Outdoor Still Life

    15th June

    £895

  • 207 / 365

    Empty Farm Building

    16th June

    £810

  • 208 / 365

    London Shadows

    17th June

    £990

  • 209 / 365

    The Point

    18th June

    £1510

  • 210 / 365

    Central Shadows

    19th June

    £990

  • 211 / 365

    New York Glare

    20th June

    £1595 sold

  • 212 / 365

    Parisian Street

    21st June

    £1095

  • 213 / 365

    Chrysler Sunset

    22nd June

    £1095

  • 214 / 365

    Doc Martens

    23rd June

    £1075 sold

Diversifying from the watercolours and gouache of previous months, I often painted with oil paints on board when on location. Painting on board was liberating, as I usually paint oils onto expensive aluminium sheets, so naturally you are more careful in your approach. I experimented with oils in different techniques such as ‘impasto’, where you layer the paint down so thickly that it protrudes out of the surface, almost sculpturally.

  • 215 / 365

    Tubes of Paint and Brushes

    24th June

    £1315

  • 216 / 365

    Copper Kettle

    25th June

    £1075

  • 217 / 365

    Stormy Skies Over Amsterdam

    25th June

    £1315

  • 218 / 365

    Shimmering San Francisco

    27th June

    £1315

  • 219 / 365

    London Splash

    28th June

    £955

  • 220 / 365

    Sennen Cove

    29th June

    £810

  • 221 / 365

    Mousehole Harbour

    30th June

    £810

  • 222 / 365

    Still Waters

    1st July

    £1595

  • 223 / 365

    Thank You Flowers

    2nd July

    £1510

  • 224 / 365

    Ilfracombe Cliffs

    3rd July

    £895

  • 225 / 365

    Mountain Flow

    4th July

    £1915

  • 226 / 365

    From the Coastguard Station

    5th July

    £645

  • 227 / 365

    Rolling Valley

    6th July

    £865

  • 228 / 365

    Westminster Sunset

    7th July

    £2500

  • 229 / 365

    My Leica Camera

    8th July

    £2095

  • 230 / 365

    Piccadilly Moonlight

    9th July

    £1170

  • 231 / 365

    Southbank Sunset

    10th July

    £2095

  • 232 / 365

    Retro Air Jordan

    11th July

    £795

  • 233 / 365

    Parliament

    12th July

    £795

  • 234 / 365

    Fuchsias in a Glass

    13th July

    £1505

  • 235 / 365

    Last Light

    14th July

    £1150

  • 236 / 365

    San Francisco Crossing

    15th July

    £1595

  • 237 / 365

    This is New York

    16th July

    £1890

  • 238 / 365

    Westminster Shadows

    17th July

    £1095

  • 239 / 365

    Southbank Shadows

    18th July

    £2095

  • 240 / 365

    32nd Street Corner

    19th July

    £2095

  • 241 / 365

    Just in Time!

    20th July

    £1080

  • 242 / 365

    Lily Pond

    21st July

    £895 sold

  • 243 / 365

    Rule of Thirds

    22nd July

    £1150

  • 244 / 365

    Wave After Wave

    23rd July

    £645

Whilst I love painting coastal and city scenes, I wanted to push myself further out of my comfort zone by tackling a completely foreign terrain to me – mountains. With this in mind, I planned a road trip to the Alps, driving from Calais through France towards Mont Blanc. Until experiencing the mountains in person, I had no idea how truly monumental they are. Besides their immense scale, the light of the alps is breathtaking. I was struck by the effect snow has in reflecting sunlight upwards, making shadows appear an intense blue hue on a summer’s day. I stopped off at several beautiful locations to paint along the road, including a Van-Gogh-esque sunflower field, and numerous French cafes.

  • 245 / 365

    Lily Pads and Texture

    24th July

    £795

  • 246 / 365

    Memories of Italy

    25th July

    £995

  • 247 / 365

    Perranporth Sunset

    26th July

    £895

  • 248 / 365

    Mountainous

    27th July

    £1075 sold

  • 249 / 365

    Exmoor View

    28th July

    £895

  • 250 / 365

    Crank Up The Volume

    29th July

    £1075 sold

  • 251 / 365

    Higher Ground

    30th July

    £2375

  • 252 / 365

    Rocking New York

    31st July

    £2850

  • 253 / 365

    Ilfracombe Sparkle

    1st August

    £1170

  • 254 / 365

    Calm Reflections

    2nd August

    £2375

  • 255 / 365

    Into the Harbour

    3rd August

    £2140

  • 256 / 365

    Café de Paris

    4th August

    £2375

  • 257 / 365

    Fire in the Sky

    5th August

    £1295

  • 258 / 365

    Westminster Glow

    6th August

    £1295 sold

  • 259 / 365

    Motion of New York

    7th August

    £1555

  • 260 / 365

    Rush Hour

    8th August

    £1555

  • 261 / 365

    New Heights

    9th August

    £1295

  • 262 / 365

    Inside

    10th August

    £1340

  • 263 / 365

    Leo the Lion

    11th August

    £1340

  • 264 / 365

    Golden Thames

    12th August

    £1435

  • 265 / 365

    In the Shade

    13th August

    £995

  • 266 / 365

    Flowing Stream

    14th August

    £995

  • 267 / 365

    An Artists Paradise

    15th August

    £1075

  • 268 / 365

    Mountain Layers

    16th August

    £995

  • 269 / 365

    Summit Haze

    17th August

    £990

  • 270 / 365

    Summer Glacier

    18th August

    £990

  • 271 / 365

    Alps Lanterns

    19th August

    £810

  • 272 / 365

    Beaune Bustle

    20th August

    £895

  • 273 / 365

    Beaune Vineyard Shack

    21st August

    £795

  • 274 / 365

    Early Morning Café Noir

    22nd August

    £1315 sold

  • 275 / 365

    Streets of Beaune

    23rd August

    £1315

  • 276 / 365

    Early Morning Sunrise

    24th August

    £810

My trip to the French Alps gave me such a range of inspiration for new work, and reiterated the importance of getting out to new places to keep your work fresh, as so often I am painting scenes that I am familiar with. There is nothing like that feeling when you experience a place for the first time, and respond to it with paint – the artwork created has an immediacy and authenticity which cannot be matched.

0%

Interest free credit available to finance your art purchase

0percent interest Free Credit with V12 Finance

Available from our finance partner – V12 Finance

We can offer 0% finance options on all artwork in the 365 Project that is available to purchase on this website. Simply visit Paul’s main website for more information. You can use a calculator to find a payment option that works for you, then get in touch with us using an initial expression of interest form. We will then start the application process with you, in order to get your artwork sent to you as soon as possible.

Click here for more information

Virtual Galleries

Walk around  virtual 365 exhibitions!

With the current difficulties viewing art in physical galleries, due to Covid-19, we have done our utmost to recreate the experience for you virtually. Using the four ‘365 Seasons’ Virtual Reality (VR) Galleries, you can use your mobile or desktop device to ‘walk’ around an exhibition space and see all the artworks to scale, respective of each other.

Start using VR to view PK/365

Augmented Reality

See the artwork on your wall!

You can use Augmented Reality (AR) to see any of the 365 artworks, to scale, on your own wall. Select a painting to begin with, then you can easily swipe through the entire collection. All you need is to download the free app – KUIO and print off the unique 365 AR marker. Then simply place the marker on your wall and let the app do the rest!

Start using AR to view PK/365