First published in Red News, September 2016
A recent painting of former United captain, Roy Keane, not backing down.
20"x24" Acrylic on canvas, 2015.
Bryan Robson in front of the Stretford End, 21st of March 1984.
24"x30" Acrylic on canvas.
This painting was commissioned by BleacherReport.com for a series of paintings and illustrations on players who wore the No.7 jersey for MUFC - see the full series here http://thelab.bleacherreport.com/artof7/#artof7-slide
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Old Trafford, viewed from Chester Road.
16" x 40" ink on paper
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The paintings above are part of a recently completed series landscape pieces newly listed on my site - inspired by the landscape of west Mayo and Galway. You can see the entire series here.
Here's a selection of recent drawings. City, mountainscapes and a drawing of Stuart Pearson scoring for MUFC v Liverpool in the 1977 FA Cup final.
A couple of shots of the July 4th fireworks in NYC - shot from a rooftop in Chinatown. Click on the images below to open the gallery.
A bend in the river.
Corlears hook, on the Lower East Side, viewed from the Manhattan Bridge.
24"x30" Acrylic on canvas
Here are three recent NYC paintings from the same series.
Crossing a Midtown street in a downpour.
A palette consisting of cobalt & ultramarine blue, raw and burnt umber, raw sienna, viridian green and white.
14"x18" Acrylic on canvas
A new take on a familiar subject for me. Walking towards the gothic arches of the Brooklyn Bridge. Manhattan looming in the distance.
A fairly restricted (for me..) palette of cobalt, ultramarine blue, raw umber, raw sienna, burnt umber and viridian green
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