Thursday, 29 April 2010

Laird in the Wye Valley Trial (with supercharger)

Laird in the Wye Valley Trial (with supercharger)
(Acrylic on Board)

Here is the finished painting that was started at the live painting session at the Morgan Opening Run earlier this month. The source photograph was taken from the book "Morgan Sweeps the Board" by Dr J D Alderson and D M Rushton.

Available for sale at my shop:

Tuesday, 20 April 2010

Wiscombe Hill Climb 9th May 2010

I will be running a stall at the Wiscombe Hill Climb on Sunday 9th May.

Paintings & Prints on sale
Live painting session all day
10 % Discount on Commission orders taken on the day

So if you are in the area it's a great day out in a lovely part of the country so I look forward to seeing you there.

More info here:

Bugatti Type 30 (Cigar) Ink Painting In Progress

Bugatti Type 30 (Cigar) In Progress
(Indian Ink on Bristol Board, 29 x 42cm)

Here is a piece I'm currently working on of a Bugatti Type 30 (Cigar Shape). More information on this car can be found here at the Bugatti Trust website:

Tuesday, 13 April 2010

Morgan Three Wheeler Club Opening Run 11th April 2010

The live paint at the end of the day. This was based on an image taken from "Morgan Sweeps the Board" of Laird in the Wye Valley Trial (Laird Scrapbooks).
I will be finishing this piece off soon so please check back for more updates.

Painting fun (with a strange man paparazzi in the background)

Morgans as far as the eye can see. Over 100 turned up on the day, a fantastic turnout!

The front end of the Prototype Replica. It was great seeing this after squinting my poor eyes to work out the details of the engine from the photo I was working from for the ink painting.
CK 7831 currently owned by Steve Lister and not changed since the 60s. Great stuff!

Above are some pics from the fantastic Morgan Three Wheeler Club Opening run on Sunday 11th April. It was an amazing day with over 100 three wheelers turning up for the jolly. Thanks to Ian and Maria Parkinson for doing an amazing job on running the event. Also thanks to all the members of the club for making me feel so welcome on my first outing with brush in hand.

Don't forget if your interested in commissions please don't hesitate to contact me and we'll get the ball rolling.