Mountains.

Light. Shadow. Colour. Paint mixing or not.
While in the Andes I realised I had to try my knowledge of materials and involuntaryism to depict mountains the way I saw them or how I wanted them to be portrayed.

Concentrating on how the snow on rocks appeared from a distance. I knew the mixing of the paint and different materials in their cell like textures would give the viewer just enough for them to create a snowy mountain in their head. It’s taught me a lot more than the sea ever could about the materials and colours I use. The evolution of my practice has been at its height since starting to paint mountains.

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Mountainscapes for sale

Alps no.52
150 x 120cm
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Alps sketch no.19
40 x 30cm
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Alps sketch no.20
30 x 40cm
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Alps no.55
120 x 100cm
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Alps no.51
65 x 90cm
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Alps no.28
60 x 90cm
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Alps no.30
90 x 60cm
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Alps sketch no.17
52 x 66cm
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Alps sketch no.10
51 x 61cm
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Alps sketch no.16
51 x 61cm
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Alps sketch no.8
50 x 50cm
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Alps no.12
175 x 160cm
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Upcoming exhibitions

If you would like to experience Michael's painting in real life he regularly exhibits his work on the South Coast of the UK and in London.

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