March 9, 2013
mudwerks:

(via Underpaintings: Sneak Peek: Maxwell Alexander Gallery “Still, Life, and Land”)

Eric Pedersen0415198910 X 8 in.oil on board

mudwerks:

(via Underpaintings: Sneak Peek: Maxwell Alexander Gallery “Still, Life, and Land”)

Eric Pedersen
04151989
10 X 8 in.
oil on board

January 30, 2012
Dan McCaw. Solitude.

Dan McCaw. Solitude.

February 28, 2011
Janette Kerr. Approaching Rain (Northumbrian Coast), 2000’s.
Approaching Rain (Northumbrian Coast)
My paintings represent responses to sound and silences within the landscape around me, reflecting its movement and rhythms - advancing rain, glancing sunlight, swelling and breaking waves, spray merging with air - those elements within the environment that might be described as ‘intangible’. 
Approaching Rain is part of a series painted whilst sitting on rocks close to the edge of the sea in Northumbria. Kerr’s painting embodies responses to the elemental, expressing a sense of constant movement within the landscape. Made on-site, these small oil paintings on board, together with charcoal drawings, often become the basis for larger work on canvas painted later in the studio. Kerr is not somebody who makes meticulous studies of landscape – her paintings are beyond mere topography. Delighting in sudden and unpredictable changes in the weather, she is very much a painter of British landscape - a foul-weather painter who relishes being out in, and working from the landscape when it’s wet, dark and moody. With a nod towards the Romantic tradition in landscape painting, her practice remains nevertheless contemporary and experimental.Other websites featuring this artist’s workwww.rwa.org.uk/memfrm.htmwww.somersetartweek.org.ukwww.adamgallery.com/JanetteKerr/kerr04.htmwww.thestourgallery.co.uk/janettekerr.html

Janette Kerr. Approaching Rain (Northumbrian Coast), 2000’s.

Approaching Rain (Northumbrian Coast)

    My paintings represent responses to sound and silences within the landscape around me, reflecting
    its movement and rhythms - advancing rain, glancing sunlight, swelling and breaking waves, spray
    merging with air - those elements within the environment that might be described as ‘intangible’
    .

Approaching Rain is part of a series painted whilst sitting on rocks close to the edge of the sea in Northumbria. Kerr’s painting embodies responses to the elemental, expressing a sense of constant movement within the landscape. Made on-site, these small oil paintings on board, together with charcoal drawings, often become the basis for larger work on canvas painted later in the studio.

Kerr is not somebody who makes meticulous studies of landscape – her paintings are beyond mere topography. Delighting in sudden and unpredictable changes in the weather, she is very much a painter of British landscape - a foul-weather painter who relishes being out in, and working from the landscape when it’s wet, dark and moody. With a nod towards the Romantic tradition in landscape painting, her practice remains nevertheless contemporary and experimental.

Other websites featuring this artist’s work
www.rwa.org.uk/memfrm.htm
www.somersetartweek.org.uk
www.adamgallery.com/JanetteKerr/kerr04.htm
www.thestourgallery.co.uk/janettekerr.html

February 24, 2011
Nom Kinnear King. Poppy, 2010.
Available From Fine Grime, Bath.http://www.finegrime.co.uk

Nom Kinnear King. Poppy, 2010.

Available From Fine Grime, Bath.
http://www.finegrime.co.uk

February 24, 2011
Nom Kinnear King. Cassandra.
For the ‘Made in Britain’ show at the London Mile Gallery.Opening Friday the 10th of September.http://www.londonmiles.com

Nom Kinnear King. Cassandra.

For the ‘Made in Britain’ show at the London Mile Gallery.
Opening Friday the 10th of September.
http://www.londonmiles.com

February 24, 2011
Nom Kinnear King. The Night Walker, 2010.
Available through the London Miles Gallery.

Nom Kinnear King. The Night Walker, 2010.

Available through the London Miles Gallery.

December 14, 2010
The Room (or possibly: Three of Windows), oil on board by David Carmack Lewis - from Unknown Arcana, 1997-1998

The Room (or possibly: Three of Windows), oil on board by David Carmack Lewis - from Unknown Arcana, 1997-1998

December 14, 2010
The Stone, oil on board by David Carmack Lewis - from Unknown Arcana, 1997-1998

The Stone, oil on board by David Carmack Lewis - from Unknown Arcana, 1997-1998

December 14, 2010
The Ravens, oil on board by David Carmack Lewis - from Unknown Arcana, 1997-1998

The Ravens, oil on board by David Carmack Lewis - from Unknown Arcana, 1997-1998

December 14, 2010
O - Ourobourous (Major Arcana), oil on board by David Carmack Lewis - from Unknown Arcana, 1997-1998

O - Ourobourous (Major Arcana), oil on board by David Carmack Lewis - from Unknown Arcana, 1997-1998