Friday, 11 February 2011

Jibacoa drawing

Here's another drawing at Jibacoa on Cubas north shore. Slightly overcast today but the palms retain their majesty.

Thursday, 10 February 2011

Jibacoa, Cuba

This is a quick drawing on the beach at Jibacoa, about 100kms east of Havana. Beautiful foliage at the top of the beach and a the occasional stray dog that all seem to have a look that says " Sorry - I'm afraid we're not allowed to speak with tourists"

Monday, 17 January 2011

The Malecon, Havana, Cuba

Welcome back! This is not Sussex but rather than starting a completely new blog I thought I'd add new paintings here each day. Spent a week in Cuba just after Christmas and made a few drawings and took a lot of photos. This is the Malecon. The waterfront promenade that runs for about 4 miles on the northern edge of the Cuban capital. More to follow.

Saturday, 16 January 2010

Recent images

Since July 2009 these daily paintings have been posted on another blog - Sussex 365 (see link on right). The images will be shown later this year at a location yet to be confirmed.

Monday, 23 November 2009

Pelham House, Lewes

If you happen to be in Lewes, there are still two weeks to view a collection of these daily paintings at The Pelham House Hotel in the centre of the town. The exhibition finishes on the 8th December. Meanwhile you can see another selection of the work at 100 Hurst Road, Eastbourne as part of the Christmas Open Houses over the weekend of 5th and 6th December.

Tuesday, 8 September 2009

Congress Theatre - Eastbourne

There has been a lot of column inches written about the new Towner building here in Eastbourne. It fits nicely on the end of the existing Congress Theatre which I've secretly always really liked. (detail shown here) Incidentally, we saw 'Gotta Sing, Gotta Dance' at the nearby Devonshire Park Theatre on Saturday. It was BRILLIANT.

Monday, 6 July 2009

Barcombe - near Lewes

Coming back from Sheffield Park we came upon this lovely little corrugated iron building. There was no clue to it's current use but it looks eclesiastical. Anyone know? It's between the village and Barcombe Mills.