Monthly Archives: February 2016

Footpath through a Marsh Below Stanage Edge

Mixed media on 150cm x 100cm, canvas One of the many deeply eroded footpaths around the Dark Peak District area. A light shower clears and behind it the sky is clear and bright. The intensity of the colours in the … Continue reading

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Moonlight Over Ladybower Reservoir

Smudgy full moon light over Ladybower Reservoir. Painted from memory in mixed media on 90cm x 60cm canvas, really had to search for colours, all appeared very monotone.

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Clearing Rain After Sundown, Kinder Scout

The footpath runs with rivulets of water, as the rain passes overhead and in the distance the soft peach colours of sundown appear. 150 cm x 100 cm oil and mixed media on canvas

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Hundreds of Acres of Tussock Grass

Showers over Kinder Scout, 150 cm x 100 cm, canvas, oil, mixed media. No houses, no trees, just miles of tussock grass and peat.

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Sunset and Frost on Burbage Moor

Acrylic on Canvas. Golden light as the sun rises on Burbage Moor, the intensity of the reflecting sun on the ice is almost visually painful! .

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Frost and footpaths Stanage Edge

Acrylic sketch looking up to Stanage Edge.Eroded footpaths contrast with frost and pale blue sky, suggestion of cloud coming over the summit. Not sure if I will save the painting, probably this will be the only image of the piece.

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Impression, Dark Sky, Peat, Burbage Moor

100cm x 100cm mixed media on canvas. Monotone, charcoal greys and browns, hints of yellow ochre. Interpreting the effects of low pressure fronts and the weather they bring to the Peak District Moors. The erosion, sodden ground, limited colours and … Continue reading

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