sanctum sanctorum

 Got some ideas on the go – maybe I’ll try mess around with more mixed media pieces. Advertisements

Some stencil work…

I’ve started making many stencils and doing some studies… Here’s my dog, Gonzo. More to follow.

Each thing in its time, in its place

Another one for today…

The wavering shadows lay

I’ve been doing a few more small paintings on paper. I might do a few more before moving on to larger ones again. I need to paint more often. Not painting has become a bad habit! Also thanks to everyone for following this blog and liking my posts – you’re all awesome!

Untitled

oil and acrylic on paper 8 x 10 inches  

Smaller works

I’ve been doing some 8 x 10 inch works on paper recently and decided to go a bit smaller (6.25 x 9 inch). These are more or less studies for larger paintings but I think the better some of of them may turn out I might frame them. Who knows?

Empty Cork City

One of the central elements of my work is the lack of people in it. I started off on this weird theme of abandoned places some time ago by utilizing (appropriating/stealing) screenshots from T.V programs, films, documentaries, computer games, etc… I took inspiration from things like 28 Days Later, I am Legend, Call of Duty, … Continue reading

Into the flood again…

I’ve gone back to the larger paintings. I’m going to try and squeeze out two over the next two days. Here are the two colour schemes I’m going for… Stay tuned for more!

16cm x 23cm

Some more ‘backgrounds’ done – 16cm x 23cm (I tend to jump between using centimeters and inches a little too frequently!). These are a little smaller than my previous works again. They are the best five from a bad lot as I often work in batches of these colour blends. Trying to ‘loosen up’ my painting a … Continue reading

In the beginning…

My next venture is into smaller works – something I don’t really do. I’ve set the size to 8 x 10 inches and did out a few acrylic ‘backgrounds’ for each painting on paper. I felt it is time to get out of my comfort zone and break out the fine detail brushes. I’ll post the finished … Continue reading

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