Cement Landscapes

November 10, 2010 § Leave a comment

The Hoo


Pollard Wood


Claggy Field


Cress Beds


Four paintings from the last couple of weeks made primarily from cement, but also concrete, tempera, chalk, natural materials and found objects; all on board. To get away from the bright decorative colours of the last series of paintings I chose to try working in a more sculptural atonal material so that I could capture a more physical sense of the landscape. Whether these paintings are finished or not at the moment I’m not sure; I’m tempted to add in washes of white paint to help define their form and some may need touching up with additional cement to repair parts.


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