Monthly Archives: October 2012

Mark Gertler: Works 1912-28

It was a pleasure to be able to attend the opening of the new exhibition Mark Gertler: Works 1912-28 the other evening at Piano Nobile. This exhibition celebrates the work of Mark Gertler and it is the first time that … Continue reading

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Portraits from Egypt

The first of a two-part article which discusses the practicalities and experiences of working further afield is now available in the November issue of The Artist. A number of my Egyptian portraits feature alongside practical tips and points for working in … Continue reading

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Continuing ‘Familiar Faces’

Work has continued on my series of portraits Familiar Faces. My most recent painting Ralph is still on the easel following what I think was the last sitting yesterday. Painted over six sittings Ralph sat patiently while staring at a … Continue reading

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Tudor Inspirations

A new portrait in progress shows a friend posing in Tudor Costume. Sonia, who has sat for several portraits over the last few years has wanted to sit in one of her many costumes for some time. The dress she … Continue reading

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