Creatively, for me this week has been rather a damp squib.
I have managed a little writing and research on ‘The Assassin’s garden’, but I’ve not had a very good week, one way or the other, and am just not up to writing a blog today.
So, the easy way out.
This is a somewhat random mix of some of my paintings from the last 10 or 15 years.
An oil pastel painting of a rock structure a few miles away from where I live – it looks to be a heavily abstracted painting, but is actually reasonably accurate!
A watercolour – chestnuts in autumn.
A chalk pastel – alongside a nearby river, The Medway, in summer.
Another oil pastel – a door in a house in a village in the Khumbu region, Nepal.
Charcoal on paper – Musician.
Acrylic on canvas – Dusk.
I think that’s suitably random; I’d be surprised if anyone could find a theme there, other than ‘paintings’.
Have a good weekend, everyone.