Water Painting

As a child, learning to paint opened doors to the world around us. Shape and colour that previously remained unseen became visible. Early work included experiments with the mixing and applying of colour to a prepared surface of canvas or board. Sketches were usually made on site and then taken to the studio.

Now,  site work is rough and moving reflecting the changing conditions and quick pace. Working directly on site from start to finish seems to provide a different but somehow more satisfactory result.