That was the day, the day crime paid.

September 17, 2013


10 Responses to “That was the day, the day crime paid.”

  1. Hi Tom, thank you. I might go back to this, I don’t like it enough to be fed up if I ‘spoil it’, but It has some possibilities. I like the bottom.

  2. Rufus Girard said

    The bottom has personality. Load it up. You have a remarkable way of giving buildings an eccentric character. I’ve seen it before in your work.

    • They are eccentric. Sometimes just standing in town in the middle of buildings is hilarious and bizarre! However, that might be just me, but I’m sure you feel it too especially when compared to your recent coastal work?

  3. kestrelart said

    I love this piece. Stunning.

  4. Thank you, it all looks a bit wobbly, can’t remember if that’s the photo, the paper or the painting!

  5. love this one, the warm colours of the buildings, that clear aquamarine sky, and the nice big lines of the whole composition. Nothing fiddly at all. Cool.

  6. thank you for the comment, glad you like it. I was trying to go bold and it seemed to work.

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