Colours of Yorkshire: Original postcard-sized paintings now available for collecting
Video of me drawing: About the Artist page
East Coast Open: now through 15 March, Scarborough Art Gallery
The paintings are all about spaces of line, colour and light rather than direct landscape. I combine the changing luminous qualities near the sea with hints of the physical structures of coastal geology – cliffs, bedding and eroded rock formations – to create ethereal arrangements aspiring to the Sublime. To create a impression of something familiar yet out of reach, landscape with overwhelming sensations of light or space.
As an American-born British artist, I identify very strongly with the British tradition for landscape painting while retaining a certain "midwestern" eye for landscape with flat perspective and vast open spaces.
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