Landscape patterns: 2

Here's another linocut that I have been working on that uses both the patterns of the landscape, and the effect of using multiple images in the same print. The images here are all views from Firle Beacon.


Four colour reduction linocut, 16 x 16cm.

I like the effect of the multiple images, and some of the shapes have been simplified towards that point where you can't quite tell if it's a landscape. But the colours (blue sky above green grass) give the game away. And I've ended up with four colours, which is too many for what I am trying to do...

New exhibition

I have a new exhibition opening on 13 March, at the Hop Gallery in Lewes.


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South Downs: 2

I've done some more work on the three landscape paintings that I started the other day.



This one's got more definition, but it still needs more.


This one has more definition too, and there is a sense of distance emerging.



This one's still loose in the foreground, but oops, those cliffs are already too realistic. I don't want this to end up like every other picture of the Seven Sisters.

South Downs: 1

Here is the first stage of some landscape paintings that I am working on. There's a long way to go yet.




Each acrylic on canvas, 50 x 50cm.