The swirling colours on this canvas are a mix of seven different blues and greens, along with purple and white. Has a real sense of depth.
A neat blend of magenta, gold, turquoise and lots of white – gives an almost ‘floral’ effect. Colours merge in areas and yet remain quite distinct in other areas.
A small canvas, looking as if water was flowing across from side to side of it. Same colours as #52, lemon yellow, turquoise, emerald and phthalo blue, with white.
A calm aquatic type scene, in colours of lemon yellow, turquoise, emerald, phthalo blue and white.
Limited pallet of crimson, warm grey, black and white only. Finished with a light gloss varnish.
Colours used here were yellow, paynes grey, buff and magenta, plus white. A painting open to personal interpretation – everybody who looks at it sees something different!
Thus painting could be hung straight, but seems to work particularly well when hung diamond-shaped. Apart from white, only three colours were used – magenta, gold and turquoise.
This is quite a tranquil painting, perhaps because it contains large areas of white. This painting was created using gold, ultramarine mixed with white, light green mixed with cadmium yellow, and white.
This painting almost looks like an agate. It was painted in colours of gold, copper, yellow ochre, raw umber, terra rossa and white, and finished with gloss varnish
Zingy colours – works really well against a plain background. Colours used were iridescents – violet/blue, blue/green and silver plus white, deep violet and purple.