Painted yesterday, this watercolour impression of a beach at sunset measures 68cm x 24cm unframed. Only three colours used: violet, payne’s grey and yellow ochre.
As a child, and faced with the absence of a book in my hands, one of my favourite ways to while away the time was to observe walls and decaying layers of paint. The crumbling walls beneath the paint also offered additional intrigue as regards colours and patterns. Most of the time, the colours were…
Spent some blissful hours imagining Jaffa’s colours within the context of historic Palestine. This watercolour painting will be off to its new home in a few days.
The Palestine Chronicle has featured my watercolour art project in progress: Impressions of Palestinian Memory in Watercolour. This collection is themed “The Wound Before Winter” and painted in the last days of 2017.