My painting process at its initial stages.
When I paint silhouettes it's a slow but wonderful process as out of an abstract process an image involves. An oil painting in my Durban studio.
My painting process using my reliable tablet. Acrylic on board.
The beginning of a painting is always an exciting stage, so many unknowns! An image of the Durban studio.
One of my first acrylic on canvas paintings exploring the female body hung ar StateoftheART Gallery in Cape Town.
One of my few figure paintings with a light background, a shift in the emotional tone for me.
A detail of an acrylic painting in progress of a female nude.
Starting this female nude acrylic painting in the negative. Blue and turquoise dominating again.
One of my male portrait painting at its early stages. Exploring greens and blues.
I keep my acrylic paints in containers to keep them moist. Portraits are a wonderful way to explore colour.
My studio cat is ever present while I paint. Here I was painting Chinese bowls while he took a snooze.
My painting process starts for this large landscape painting.
My cat and I ready to start the painting process
Many small landscape paintings in progress
My painting process includes being able to view my works dealing with similar issues. In this case landscapes and light.
My art studio full of paintings in progress.