It's been a little while since I've updated the blog - sorry about that! It's a busy time at the moment. I've been busy with quite a few commissions - in fact, I haven't had the chance to produce much of my 'own' work for a few weeks!
Anyway, I thought I'd wrap up the last few in one blog post. These paintings are a pair. They represent all the aircraft types and Squadron numbers that the commissioner had served on during a career in the Royal Air Force:
Firstly, 'Gassing Up'. A formation led by a Victor B2 tanker conducts air-to-air refuelling above the clouds.
It's pair is 'Flightline Beat-Up', watercolour, 52 x 35 cm. The Jaguar's flypast is not something that any flying supervisor would accept, but it's my made-up world so why not?!
Lastly, and in a nice landscape break from aircraft paintings, here's 'Glenfiddich Distillery', watercolour, 50 x 33 cm. I live in the middle of malt whisky country here in northern Scotland, so it's quite surprising that I've not painted a distillery before. Hopefully this will break the mould!
Prints are available of the second two images - please see their pages for details! Cheers for now!
A professional artist living and working in the beautiful north of Scotland. My work is realistic and quite traditional, though strongly interpretational in nature. My inspiration is the beauty of Nature, and the wonderful colours and moods she shows everywhere.