Category Archives: Oils

Heterochromia - oil on panel, 230mm x 280mm

B.P. Portrait Award – “Heterochrome”

So Fraser is a good friend of mine whom for most of that friendship has been willing to sit for me for quite a few paintings & my myriad reasons for wanting to paint him. Chief of those reasons is

Heterochromia - oil on panel, 230mm x 280mm

B.P. Portrait Award – “Heterochrome”

So Fraser is a good friend of mine whom for most of that friendship has been willing to sit for me for quite a few paintings & my myriad reasons for wanting to paint him. Chief of those reasons is

l'Aquarelle - oil on panel, 230mm x 180mm by Greg Kapka

l’Aquarelle

   l’Aquarelle – Oil on Panel, 230mm x 180mm ———————- The rather fun little watercolour in this oil painting was of a “Burning Embers” Begonia which was covered in loads of the most vibrantly orange flowers I’d ever seen and which,

l'Aquarelle - oil on panel, 230mm x 180mm by Greg Kapka

l’Aquarelle

   l’Aquarelle – Oil on Panel, 230mm x 180mm ———————- The rather fun little watercolour in this oil painting was of a “Burning Embers” Begonia which was covered in loads of the most vibrantly orange flowers I’d ever seen and which,

Back to the Blue House

Back to the Blue House

Back to the Blue House – Oil on Panel, 8″ x 9″ ———————- This is one of the seventeen oils from my half of “Project Cathedral” – the exhibition in Lincoln Cathedral which Fraser & I put on this year (click to embiggen!) The polaroid shows the

Back to the Blue House

Back to the Blue House

Back to the Blue House – Oil on Panel, 8″ x 9″ ———————- This is one of the seventeen oils from my half of “Project Cathedral” – the exhibition in Lincoln Cathedral which Fraser & I put on this year (click to embiggen!) The polaroid shows the

Joseph Ruston - In miniature!

Joseph Ruston (Miniature!)

This portrait of Joseph Ruston is a detail from a much larger Project: Cathedral painting, exhibited earlier this year in Lincoln Cathedral. His links to Lincolnshire are many but the more obscure  one which prompted his inclusion in one of my paintings

Joseph Ruston - In miniature!

Joseph Ruston (Miniature!)

This portrait of Joseph Ruston is a detail from a much larger Project: Cathedral painting, exhibited earlier this year in Lincoln Cathedral. His links to Lincolnshire are many but the more obscure  one which prompted his inclusion in one of my paintings

"Toward the Crossing" - Oil on Panel, 9" x 10"

Toward The Crossing

Toward The Crossing – Oil on Panel, 8″ x 9″ ———————- This is one of the seventeen oils from my half of “Project Cathedral” – the exhibition in Lincoln Cathedral which Fraser & I put on this year (click to embiggen!) Anyone

"Toward the Crossing" - Oil on Panel, 9" x 10"

Toward The Crossing

Toward The Crossing – Oil on Panel, 8″ x 9″ ———————- This is one of the seventeen oils from my half of “Project Cathedral” – the exhibition in Lincoln Cathedral which Fraser & I put on this year (click to embiggen!) Anyone

"Steel Countenance" - in progress

Steel Countenance

Despite the sunshine, I’ve been chained to my easel working on more Project: Cathedral pictures this weekend: And after a fecund day scrutinising a polaroid of the rather impressive sculpture at Lincoln’s Drill Hall, I then spent some of my evening queuing under

"Steel Countenance" - in progress

Steel Countenance

Despite the sunshine, I’ve been chained to my easel working on more Project: Cathedral pictures this weekend: And after a fecund day scrutinising a polaroid of the rather impressive sculpture at Lincoln’s Drill Hall, I then spent some of my evening queuing under

One ever knew, after all, now did one now did one now did one

Reject

This year’s B.P. Portrait Award rigmarole took a back seat to Project Cathedral procrastination, and so passed by largely unnoticed. Except for the hole-in-the-wallet side effects the award induces – what with the entry fees climbing each year, the framing

One ever knew, after all, now did one now did one now did one

Reject

This year’s B.P. Portrait Award rigmarole took a back seat to Project Cathedral procrastination, and so passed by largely unnoticed. Except for the hole-in-the-wallet side effects the award induces – what with the entry fees climbing each year, the framing