What's On Robin's Easel This Month?

Starts, and 'Oliver Twist'

The start is of course on my easel, no name yet.  The sketch was done in March, on location, and here is what inspired me,                                  
That's called artistic licence, lol

The Oliver Twist is Hamilton Rd Undulations, 24x30, which is one of those paintings, that just keeps asking for more.  It's been hanging on my wall 'proofing' for over a month, periodically I take it down, gave it the more it's been asking for then hanging it back up to see if it needed more again.  Finally, I think it's done...

I drive past this vista regularly, there’s a rutted farm track that goes through the fields and the land tells tales of retreating glacial flood waters, followed by forests, then farms. These fields are zoned industrial use, one by one they’re disappearing under concrete and asphalt. I makes me sad to see.

detail shot:

There's a few works on my work table too, 

One of those is Donnybrook Green and Gold, which was a bit of an Oliver Twist too, though not as demanding as it's brother!
They will all be done by next month's instalment and before then, you can find them on my website, or on my Instagram @robinbarattaartist

Last but not lest Chester's Lament is now part of the Permanent Collection Of the St Thomas Elgin Public Art Centre Museum, and Ready has a new home too! 
All in all, other than the weather, it's been a good month!

Until next month

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