Having noticed some very interesting people * high profile people have viewed my profile but not contacted me I’ve re written my profile. I’ve also changed the photograph.
Masada in Israel is a World Heritage Site, Symbol of Freedom.
This fine painting hauntingly is symbolic and evocatively atmospheric as is Masada.
This and other paintings of Israel, a series created some 23 years previously have been attracting considerable attention recently so here is some “further reading” for you.
The story of an historic moment, 4th November 1805, and the painting.
Thanks to the world leading marine picture library, Pickthal’s Picture Library I have to write my own biography…
According to the Oxford dictionary a biography is “An account of some one’s life written by some one else“, hmmm.
Plan, there are lots of comments on my web site made by others so that can form the solid backbone of this biography of a marine artist.
Do you think this will be OK?
Answers to recent enquiries re a Giclée print , what are your Heritage marine prints like, would you describe the prints as to the print technique?
These are frequent questions so here are reliable answers, to guide you.
In brief our Heritage marine prints are “improved SuperGiclée ”
Each Heritage marine print is individually produced, signed and numbered for those discerning individuals who appreciate the best quality and investment.
Re: the Painting School of Montmiral, Francis Pratt asked me a few days ago to recommend his teaching art work on his Linkedin page, I am also on linkedin.
Done, good idea, maybe you would do the same for me and include a link to my web site?
For Francis Pratt I wrote:
In brief, I would say people attending one of your courses who are not impressed with the exceptional excellence of your courses and the special knowledge available have a bigger problem than improving their art!
The Exhibition (Exposition) of paintings by the Art Therapist, my friend Andre Lafargue at Pau has been and gone.
I’d have gone except the invitation arrived late.
The invitation was curiously addressed.
Left Falmouth this morning and drove via Truro and Bodmin to Plymouth.
Good and bad news, in Plymouth I was able to access my emails but learnt my No 2 computer is no more, it has computed its last err, probable cause voltage fluctuations while in France. It seems the solution, a regulator, will cost some £200.00
Slightly better, I was able to collect the French landscapes I’d left with Adrian for some gallery directors to view.