Monday, October 30, 2006

WINDSWEPT BUSH. (Autumn may not wait for us, but I'm waiting for Autumn)
A well weathered bush waiting for autumn on a hilltop at Nolton Haven, Pembrokeshire. On Friday I went to London to see the Velazquez exhibition and some other paintings - and the countryside from the train looked as green as late summer, with just a hint of autumn colours. I expect it will change fast now. (That Velazquez, he sure knew about painting).


  1. lovely movement Andrew
    maybe the tree hasn't changed color yet,the grasses look very autumn.
    seems everything is late this year,birds,trees,winter,nothing to do with global warming!?

  2. Lots of energy in this piece. I really like it! The colours too. Well, Autumn has definitely arrived in Cheshire. I am going to have to get the leaf sucker-upper out.

  3. I like his painting "Venus at her mirror" and the one of the little girl... something like "infant margarete".

    Glad to see you back painting again.

  4. I love your work, Andrew. Especially this and the one before it. Looking forward to more.

    PS - Thanks for stopping by my blog and taking the time to comment. Much appreciated.