No products in the cart.
A couple of English streetscapes to highlight this time. British domestic architecture There is something[...]
Small outdoor landscapes to love are in the spotlight for you until mid-July. They offer[...]
Landscapes sale! Somehow July always gets the gig for this feature. It’s mid-way through the[...]
Dramatic cafe paintings this time. This might be the last batch for a while. My[...]
More cafe paintings for you to see this time. Here are three of my favourites![...]
A cafe painting update for you today. It has been a while and you might[...]
Cafe painting is my new obsession. The summer temperatures have hit the (Celsius) 40s lately.[...]
Open for business again! Yes, it has been a workplace, but we have had only[...]
Sydney Harbour from Circular Quay
great framing! that overwhelming volume of steel and architecture just refuses to be contained by the top half of the picture. contrasts so nicely with the isolation of the bottom half of the image. love it.
Thanks Mike. I hadn’t seen it like that, but yes. It’s a bit like that! What appealed to me was the delicate little tilt of the woman’s head towards the great hulk. From behind it almost looked girlish.
That’s neat how it makes the viewer feel so small next to the ship! Very interesting!
Thanks Courtney! Glad you experienced it too. lovely to hear from you. Philippa
Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *
This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.