Terry Watts – Quiet Afternoon, Whitstable


The paintings are usually wide perspective, preciously rendered, yet also contain freely created elements. I attempt to use composition and light to generate a twenty-first century perception within the continuing tradition of landscape painting. I never paint in the field but spend a high proportion of time exploring the landscape with my sketchbook and camera. For e the most creative part of the process is the assembly of a painting from he sometimes unconnected visual elements collected. Before beginning the painting phase, I usually have a fully worked drawing at full scale so that I can concentrate on light and colour. The painting medium is acrylic, on either card or canvas.

Dimensions 60 × 60 cm

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