Today’s watercolour is of the front of the old courthouse in Fredericton, New Brunswick. Today the building is still in use, it now houses a restaurant.
Inspiration from Rene Magritte’s Son of Man.
Today’s watercolour Shed II continues my interest in small outbuildings. These structures are small in stature, but somehow full of dust and mystery (just what is in that old shed anyway?).
Today’s image is an etching I did a few years ago. At the time I was interested in Celtic knotwork and The Ring gave me a chance to play with that.
Today’s painting is from a few years ago. It was great fun to play with the grid.
Today’s painting is of a shed. In the hierarchy of architectural forms the lowly shed must rest somewhere near the bottom. I find it hard to explain why I’m drawn to these minor buildings. Maybe it’s their scale, or the hint of surprises hidden within those squared off walls; whatever it is, they do intrigue me.
We are still learning about the Jurassic Era, but it’s probably a safe bet that they didn’t have marbles. I guess that is why we needed evolution.