Finding the beauty in the ordinary... The people of Glasgow. The light. The Dark. The Reflections. I paint dramatic, filmic, city-scapes.

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Fog and Light

An unusually really foggy night in Glasgow gave the city an old historical vibe. Glasgow used to be known for being smoggy and not being able to see 2 feet in front of you. I could hardly see the bridge or trees, it all merged like a beautiful Turner painting. The Clyde river is so important to Glasgow , especially in the period it was evoking to me.

£POA 60 x 80cm

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Glasgow Cross

The Tolbooth is almost 400 years old, and was the crossing point for the main streets of Glasgow. I love that it still stands, full of history, watching the ever changing city.

£POA 100 x 50cm

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City of Glasgow College

Glasgow's student scene is growing all the time . It's impossible to miss. On a foggy night, I liked how the colours and letters glowed over Albert Bridge, like the Hollywood sign in a scifi movie, but with the Victorian lights. Sometimes old and new mix well !

£POA 100 x 50cm

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I See You

Reflections and colour and openness and perhaps the time to talk and actually get to know people.

£POA 100cm x 100cm

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Legend on Sauchiehall St

I was heading to my sisters for christmas eve, it was cold , misty and the lights were dazzling. Nothing was in focus but everything looked colourful.

£POA 60 x 80cm

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More Light

Glasgow people know how to enjoy themselves. This painting is the crowd I was part, of leaving The Queen concert (part of TRNSMT). Everyone had enjoyed the sun and left singing we are the champions. If you are loved in Glasgow, you know it !

£POA 100 x 100cm

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Last Orders

I like catching moments, sometimes before they happen , sometimes after . Like an empty wine glass and the promise of a good evening, good conversation and good company.

£POA 80 x 30cm

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Maybe I should ask her out

Sometimes we have a drink to muster a bit of courage, sometimes we dream, sometimes we people watch.

£POA 80 x 30cm

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The Honeymoon Period

The appeal of opposites attracted me to this image. The breakfast table in the background and the table looking like the end of an evening in the foreground. The casual jeans and the formal tablecloth . There is a freedom and beauty in the mixture.

£POA 90cm x 90cm

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Target Glasgow

This is Garthamlock water tower. A Glasgow landmark and one of the few water towers left around the city. I used to, and still do think they look flying saucers from old sci-fi films.

£POA 100 x 100cm

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Game Over

The title for me means the start of a good evening. That lovely taste and start of flowing conversation and interaction. Just let go!

£POA 90 x 90cm

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12 Parsecs

Glasgow can have 4 seasons in one day giving dramatic skies. On the motorways, I always feel the sky looks bigger, more cinematic

£POA 100 x 100cm

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Waterloo Street

The sun was shining, reminding me of Edward Hoppers' New York paintings. Waterloo is quite a wide street with old and new buildings and Central station at the end. It was mid morning, so only a few people around.

£POA 60 x 120cm

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Meeting Place

I thought there was something quite romantic about the pair of benches. Almost like they were having a secret rendezvous in the fog.

£POA 60 x 50cm

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Glasgow Green

It looked so different in the haze of a winter night. It was unusually empty, even for night time.

£POA 60 x 50cm