On my daily walk around Weston Turville reservoir, the landscape is changing. Harvest is here and the new season is coming. I painted this in 2020 looking forward to the new year coming; It’s now the end of 2021 and we still don’t know when the new season will start.
I finally decided to hack a cheap pochade box I’ve bought years ago and create my own for painting ‘en plein air’, it’s called the Wochade™.
Some say it’s the glare of the sun, some say it’s a full moon. What do you think?
My wife takes daily photos of this field near Wendover Canal in Buckinghamshire, England. I was intrigued by the colour of this one. Comment from a follower: There is a certain universality of fields— before I saw where you were from, I thought it was a midwest field. Love it! Nancy Goodwine ‘Yellow Field’ is featured […]
This is my latest painting titled ‘Cloud Gap’, it’s a 7 × 5 inches landscape. finished today and dedicated to my mum and dad on their wedding anniversary. My dad passed away on new year’s eve. Ciao papà…