Monthly reflections for the paintings the 2014 Trinity Calendar
Street Scene Strasbourg, oil on canvas 47×56 cm by Bob Booth http://www.trinitypaintbox.com/blogs/reflections #painting #art
Beautiful prints from original paintings by artist Bob Booth – Trinity Paintbox
The Artist Bob Booth – Trinity Paintbox
Painters are familiar with the discomfort of questions as they watch the development of their paintings.
www.trinitypaintbox.com Paint with urgency as though you only have a few minutes. #painting #easter #creativity
"I believe that in all the arts, meaning that is found is not just the discovery of meaning that has been put in by the artist..." http://www.trinitypaintbox.com/blogs/reflections/14333709-the-visitation
Still Life with Wooden Bowl, oil on canvas by Bob Booth www.trinitypaintbox.com #painting #art
Fish-8, oil on canvas by Bob Booth #painting #creativity www.trinitypaintbox.com
www.trinitypaintbox.com. Coondle Evening Revisited, Oil on Canvas 29 × 22cm by artist Bob Booth
www.trinitypaintbox.com The paint always has to be the priority.
Priest and Artist Bob Booth
www.trinitypaintbox.com Art is bigger than the individual. Christ the Healer, 120 x 90cm
This is a medium sized painting at wide high.
The physical act of putting paint on canvas is powerfully expressive. It's a profound expression which is only partly in the painter's control. Even if you work in some kind of abstract expressionism with no recognisable form and shape. You're still constrained by the demands of the work. A mark is right, partly right. Wrong, partly wrong, or ambiguous. The painter is continually responding to what is happening on the canvas. Responding to the right and the wrong. www.trinitypaintbox.com