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Featuring new paintings fresh from the easel, exhibition news and other stuff from Peter Barker RSMA

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[...] mid-distant trees. Stage 4 and I painted in the lighter tones of the trees with my 1" household brush, then put in the line of Poppies. Then I continued to refine the near tree on the left and [...]

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[...] the hawthorn in fall bloom. Most of this little painting was completed with my 1" household brush, save for the dark tree bows on the left and the water. The suggestion of the breeze [...]

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[...] the colours accurately, but the entire picture was painted with my usual three colours, Cadmium Yellow Light, Permanent Rose and Cobalt Blue, plus Titanium White of course. A little nuance I did like, [...]

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Sharp Frost by the Settings

[...] up the silver grass, just melting it into the faintest green. Using my usual suspects of Cadmium Yellow Light, Permanent Rose and Cobalt Blue, with Titanium White, I caked on varying mixes of those [...]

Midday Shadows, Mousehole

[...] won't 'read' right unless we observe the true dark tones of the shadow sides. I used my palette knife to depict a lot of the wet mud in the foreground, paying close attention again to the [...]

Bedruthan Steps, Evening

[...] coast, and this isn't the first time they've been painted! I don't often employ the use of a palette knife, but I found it very useful to describe the jagged rocks, dragging lighter colour over a [...]

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[...] Flat Ivory brush and the mud almost sculpted on with a mixture of brush strokes and palette knife dragged over. The ropes and masts were all placed in with the lovely fine, chisel edge [...]

Breezy Day at Cotterstock

[...] up the surface, and then a few spots of pure white gently dabbed on with the tip of the palette knife to add those touches of sunlight sparkles. [...]

Harvest Bales

[...] gorgeous flash of sunlight on its top, which I couldn't wait to describe with a thick slab of Titanium White and a touch of yellow, red and blue. Again, it was one of those fleeting light effects that [...]

Welland Willows

[...] Rose, Cobalt and Ultamarine Blue, Burnt Sienna and Raw Umber, with varying amounts of Titanium White, so that every hue is mixed for the job in hand. [...]

Swans at Dawn

[...] Yellow Light as the yellow, Permanent Rose as the red, and Cobalt Blue as the blue, with Titanium White. This was done not with bravado to say how clever am I, but as an exercise just see if any [...]

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[...] 3am yesterday morning, finishing off the last few frames ready to deliver the paintings, my solo exhibition at the lovely John Noott Gallery in Broadway, Worcestershire, is now ready! These few above [...]

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[...] stages, but these three below didn't make it: They will, however, be included in my own solo exhibition at the John Noott Gallery next month, from 6th to 24th December, together with 44 other [...]

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[...] at the Norton Way Gallery in Hertfordshire. Busy with the last few paintings for my solo exhibition at the John Noott Gallery in December and another one for the ROI, this really is a hectic [...]

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[...] always a joy to paint at this time of year Summer Breeze, Oil on Board, 6x8 inches Another little painting, I enjoyed painting the lively sky with its clouds skudding by and the warm breeze just [...]

Winter Exhibition

[...] I have seventeen recent paintings in the Winter Exhibition at the Iona House Gallery in Woodstock, starting next Saturday 17th January - a few are below, but to see all the [...]

Hard Frost and Sun Glint

[...] Oil on Board, 9 x 12 inches This is another one bound for Iona House Gallery to join their continuing Winter exhibition. I love this sort of subject, but I find it the [...]

Swans at Dawn

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The Sunlit Yellow Boat

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[...] , again completed in the studio today, probably to be included in my upcoming solo-show at John Noott Gallery in December. I remember the day I was by the River Nene; the field where I've placed the [...]

Solo Exhibition!

[...] off the last few frames ready to deliver the paintings, my solo exhibition at the lovely John Noott Gallery in Broadway, Worcestershire, is now ready! These few above are in the show and all 41 [...]

Tractor Ruts

[...] Gallery in Hertfordshire. Busy with the last few paintings for my solo exhibition at the John Noott Gallery in December and another one for the ROI, this really is a hectic time for the brush! I was [...]

Feeding Swans by the Bridge

[...] other, I thought I'd better do another big frosty painting for my own solo exhibition at John Noott Gallery in December, just in case....so here it is, finished today. This was a bit of a labour of [...]

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Scarlet Meadow

[...] mid-distant trees. Stage 4 and I painted in the lighter tones of the trees with my 1" household brush, then put in the line of Poppies. Then I continued to refine the near tree on the left and [...]

Receding Tide, Mousehole

[...] I use so many different tools. It's almost like a different medium in fact. My big 1" household brush is redundant and I made full use of the alkyd paint, letting the basic mud and sand colours [...]

Willow Spotlight

[...] on the right bak to poke the eye back again. Most of the tree work was done with my 1" household brush, layering subtle colours and tones on top of each other to give that sense of depth, with a [...]

May Breeze

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