One Very Cold Frosty Morning. (I know I was there)

One Very Cold Frosty Morning. (I know I was there)

Well this piece let's us know you are here John. Beautiful pastel work. Love the colours and strokes.

Well John, this is an impressive one with all the beautiful colours, all harmonious, and the variety of strokes.

Super textures here John, can almost pick those leaves. What did you prime the paper with?

Beautiful relatively high key great colour lovely overlapping a beauty John

Lots of colours in this one John, lovely.

Superb textures achieved here John!

Brrrr but grrrreat.

Posted by Pod P on Tue 07 Mar 17:47:26

Thank you Henry, Marjorie,Stephen, Dennis, Chandra and Pod. Stephen. I mix pumic powder in acrylic. Needs to be a creamy consistency. Super surface for pastels as the pastel grips the surface and sticks firm. I also do acrylic painting on the same surface. Use hog brushes as the surface acts like sand paper on the bristles.

Super work John, love the criss cross and overlap of colour, which looks so fresh.

Wonderful pastel John, and colours fitting with the cold day.

Beautiful tapestry of colours John. Thanks for the info on your technique.

I like this very impressionistic style, with the lovely unifying underpainting adding warmth to the cooler hues. Very nicely done, John!

Love the foreground mix of cool blues and warm oranges, John.

Great mark making John, I'm afraid I'm a "fair weather"outdoor painter!

Hang on Studio Wall

Sketched out on location. Pastel on primed cartridge paper. 11x 8 inches.

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John Graham Inkson

Life From The Easel. As an artist I see my self as an all rounder. Ive worked with all the painting mediums, as well as silk screen printing, ceramics, small sculptures, sign writing, murals, graphic design and digital art. I went to Cardiff University to do graphic design rather than do a fineā€¦

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