Stepney Green Gardens series

This is a series of paintings I’ve done of Stepney Green Gardens, a long narrow strip segmented by little paths that cut across it. Looking down it you see a series of gates and sections of the park so that each section is a visual section of the gardens. They are large 3×4 foot oil painting. I either painted them with painstaking detail with a small brush or in shapes using a large brush. Altogther their is an impression of walking down an everchanging pathway.

Questions?

What makes a photograph a photograph campared with: What makes a painting a painting of the subject. Do you use wood or stone? What are the qualities that make method unique. Does one surpass the other or does one make the other redundant.

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