Saturday, 25 December 2010

Liverpool painting No. 106. St. James' Road.

20cm x 14cm acrylic on canvas board, £90

I've really begun to notice how many smoke plumes rise from the city during these cold crisp spells of clean light. It was just turning dusk and the Mersey in the distance reminded me of a time past, when smoke filled chimneys filled the air and snow covered the roofs.


rob ijbema said...

nice one
such a classic scene with the docs in the background,liverpool is good to paint!

steve strode said...

Thanks Rob, it's a great place to paint, especially around the waterfront.