A small 8”x8” oil painting based on a photo I took along the sea front of Tsuen Wan with my phone last year. The bridge is Ting Kau Bridge. It is one of the many bridges linking New Territory to Hong Kong International airport.
An oil painting from a photo I took at the Elvetham Hotel in Hampshire on a Sunday morning. The hotel ground dated back to Domesday.
A 16”x12” oil painting on canvas board based on a photo taken at the My Son Hindu temple complex ruin in Central Vietnam in 2017. The pouring rain was non-stop. We were actually lucky to have visited it. It was closed the day after due to flooding.
A 16”x12” oil painting from a photo taken on a road trip in Tibet many years ago.
A quick sketch from the roof top cafe of Australia Museum. It claims to be the oldest museum in Australia. It was established 40 years after British landed in Sydney.
All the museums we visited in Australia of this trip are very good. AM (Australia Museum as they called it) could be in the top three.
Acrylics on 20″x16″ canvas board from a photo taken from the Wray Castle, The Lake District, overlooking the Langdale Pikes. It was supposed to be a stormy day but the weather held up with some short spells of sun. The photo was taken after a long walk around the area just before the castle closing time last autumn.
This watercolour is based on a sketch I did this summer in Selborne, Hampshire on a very sunny hot day.