Thank you for visiting my little Blog. I set myself a challenge of creating an original painting every week for a year - 52 pictures.
Most paintings are for sale at a reasonable price. Please email me, or leave a comment if you are interested in owning an original piece of unique art. Why not treat yourself and liberate one of the 52 paintings and be a part of this project. Don't forget to check back in a couple of weeks, you might see something new you like.
Allegedly, Nanny Lil lived at number 17b Coronation Street and was neihbours to Ena Sharples and Minnie Caldwell. Lilly was never seen on set as she was camera shy. As a devout Christian Lilly was ashamed of her gambling addiction so would stay indoors during filming to tend to her cat Bobby.
This is an acrylic picture measuring 12" x 10" on canvas board, and is #40 of 52.
Paris Rouge is a theme that no doubt will run and run, this is painting #39, and as anyone who's been to Paris will know - Le Metro is wonderful for traversing the city at toute vitesse. Voyours recall Les Parisienne and their illicit rendezvous underground on the Metro - each brief encounter creates their very own episode from a film noir (18 rated).
This is an acrylic picture measuring 14" x 8" on canvas board, and is #39 of 52.
This painting (#38) was reproduced from a photograph I came across a couple of weeks ago whilst searching for objects that were French & Rouge, (a new theme I may develop further btw). She looks rather menacing 'la Madame' in this - with an" attendez que jevous rentrez chez vous "(wait till I get you home sort of look) but I'm sure she's tres enchanting, posing in the mid afternoon sunshine in Paris awaiting company on the terrace.
This is an acrylic picture measuring 12" x 8" on canvas board, and is #38 of 52.
This is a slight variation on the previous painting (#36) with subtle hue changes due to the changing light conditions in the day. Every moment of light is subtlety different - cooler colours in early morning becoming warmer as the day progresses.
This is an acrylic picture measuring 12" x 8" on canvas board, and is #37 of 52.