Development Videos

Development Videos

Gallery of videos showing the development of Brian’s paintings

Gallery of videos showing the development of Brian’s paintings

Title:

Across the Tarn – Snake Pass

Medium:

Oil on board

Size:

 19,3/8″ x 15,1/2″ – 467mm x 395mm

Subject:

The image depicts the view looking across from the small tarn on the Snake Pass, towards Higher Shelf Stones and the wreckage site of the American B29 Superfortress “Overexposed”. Higher Shelf Stones is the third highest hill in the Peak District.

Title:

Along the Ridge – Castleton

Medium:

Oil on board

Size:

17,3/4″ x 14″ – 450mm x 352mm

Subject:

The Great Ridge runs across the Vale of Edale from Kinder Scout stretching from Lords Seat in the West to Lose Hill in the east. The painting details the section from Mam Tor, Castleton to Lose Hill

Title:

Nothings Forever – Glossop

Medium:

Oil on board

Size:

10″ x 12″ – 254mm x 306mm

Subject:

Glossop’s 250 foot chimney on the former Ferro Alloy site is captured in this view across the town towards the Snake Pass. Demlition started in July 2016 removing it from the landscape forever.

Title:

Eclipse at the Pike – Hartshead Pike

Medium:

Oil on canvas

Size:

24″ x 24″ – 610mm x 610mm

Subject:

Hartshead Pike is a hill with a warning beacon that dates back to 1863. The tower overlooks Ashton-U-Lyne, Mossley and Oldham and is a well known Grade Two listed building in the borough of Tameside. Based on the solar eclipse on the 20th March, 2015 this painting is the first I have produced including the use of a pallette knife.

Title:

End of the Day – Sunset Stream

Medium:

Oil on board

Size:

14.25″ x 10.25″ – 365mm x 262mm

Subject:

This painting depicts a weir in a stream at the end of the day as the the sunset magically illuminates the land and water.

Title:

Misty Morning – Newby Bridge

Medium:

Oil on canvas

Size:

24″ x 24″ – 610mm x 610mm

Subject:

This painting depicts the early morning mist rising to reveal the bend in the River Levern at Newby Bridge, whilst the curling wisps of mist remain in the wooded hillside beyond. The section detailed in the painting is at the start of the river at the Southern end of Lake Windermere.

Title:

Near & Far – Coombes Edge Rocks

Medium:

Oil on canvas

Size:

20″ x 16″ – 508mm x 408mm

Subject:

This painting depicts the the vista along Coombes Edge Rocks, Charlesworth near Glossop Deryshire.