Flying up dated page completed, all the aviation paintings and stories. Boeing 727 landing at Heraklion, Crete”, 46 x 61 cm (18″ x 24″) and is the only aircraft painting still available via me or my website. This ‘housework’ was inspired by a request to use my aircraft painting for the title page of a … Read more
Drawing the birth of a new painting, shown here for those of you who like to follow the painting process and progress. These drawings are concept sketches created while developing ideas with my client. You are witnessing the birth of a new painting, developing via sketches, a painting that is quite likely to become locally … Read more
Chester prints, paintings and a civic reception remembered as we approach “the season of good will”.
Here are some photographs some of which have never been see on Facebook before.
This success story, a grand night out, shows what can be done by men of good will.
Prints are still available, ‘The Port of Chester 1863′, 76 x 1520 cm (2′ 6″ x 5′), has been sold to a private collection.
Think of the PQ convoys to Russia that suffered the full fury of German attacks.
Better news :
Sea paintings meaning water in all it’s elusive forms.
France, autumn and winter, the South West at Durfour in the lee of the Montains Noir. I’m poorly and staying with my cousin Maureen and her husband Michel Boyer. Autumn and winter seem to be arm in arm here in the South of the Tarn this year. It’s cold here today, 2 C, they won’t … Read more
Tarn department (81), Gaillac, a change of scene today. 60 x 92 cm (24″ x 36″), available £2,000. https://artfrickers.com/s-w-france/gaillac/gaillac/ > here bank to bank or with your credit card Purchase Now < via Paypal, in any currency, or in instalments by arrangement, contact Gordon Frickers. Driving to one of my most favourite places, Gaillac. Wish you … Read more
Fog and sunrise a view from my bedroom window this morning and typical of this autumn. The weather here this year has been quite unusual with this autumn most days, unusually mild, dry with foggy mornings and warm sunny afternoons. Climate change or just, unusual, you tell me?🙂⚓