The restoration of ‘May Doyle’

The restoration of ‘May Doyle’

Just a few words to tell you that you will find on my website the finished portrait of Bruce Springsteen. I think it is quite powerful and gives the impression of a certain anxious concentration before his concert. I am quite pleased with the result. I also wanted to...
Happy New Year 2018 with a sketch of Bruce Springsteen

Happy New Year 2018 with a sketch of Bruce Springsteen

It’s been a few months since my last communication, so I thought it was time to let you know what I’ve been up to lately. As mentioned in my previous blog, my portrait of Leonard Cohen is progressing well and I am very happy with the result so far. I think it will be...
Summer progress report

Summer progress report

It’s been a few months since my last communication, so I thought it was time to let you know what I’ve been up to lately. As mentioned in my previous blog, my portrait of Leonard Cohen is progressing well and I am very happy with the result so far. I think it will be...
Artwork in progress – the sketching of Leonard Cohen!

Artwork in progress – the sketching of Leonard Cohen!

I wanted to keep you posted on the progress of my portrait of Leonard Cohen, which I am working on right now. As I had  predicted it is a major work and the completion of the sketch itself was quite a job.But I think I have cracked it. I usually start the sketch...
If music be the food of love, play on (Shakespeare)

If music be the food of love, play on (Shakespeare)

A few words to keep you posted on what I am working on presently. In my last blog, I introduced to you my last work – a portrait in crayon and charcoal of the great jazz musician Miles Davis, which was a private commission from my wife, Julie. This spurred me into...
Season’s greetings with a touch of jazz

Season’s greetings with a touch of jazz

On the occasion of the festive season, I wanted to present you my latest artwork, a portrait of Miles Davis – one of the greatest jazzmen who ever lived. This portrait was commissioned to me quite a while back by Julie my wife, herself a Jazz lover. I intended it to...