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The Making of Delphi Apollo

A WORK IN PROGRESS My homage to the mythology surrounding Apollo and Ancient Delphi is a labour of love. If I had worked it out on paper before painting, in the traditional method, I imagine it would have taken much less time to complete. Instead it is an organic painting that grew into what it […]

The Story of Delphi Apollo

ORIENTATION Present day ruins of the Temple of Apollo at Delphi. Taken from Google. My own photos are long lost. In it’s prime, once inside the sanctuary, The Sacred Way, bristling with hundreds of votive offering statues led the visitor past war monuments and treasure houses up a ramp to the Temple of Apollo. Reconstruction […]

Pastel Drawing

Out of The Dark Pastel drawing II ‘Goede Morgen Amsterdam’ Chalk pastel on A3 black paper 1st attempt with chalk instead of oil pastel To be continued … 2018 Artists©Shaun Herron

Realism

‘Homage to The Lushness of a Tree Worthy of Prosterity’ Oils on mounted wood panel 30 X 40 cm 2017 Artists©Shaun Herron

Painting Sizes

These paintings are all accumulated in anticipation of a varnish coating. I thought it good to share in order to give an idea of their sizes.

Recent Commission

‘De Oude Haven van Hoorn’ Rising moon and setting sun highlighting De Hoofdtoren at the old harbour of Hoorn, North Holland. Oils on canvas 50 X 50 cm Commission – USA 2017Artist image©Shaun Herron

Recent Commission

Commissioned painting of low light on the old harbour of Hoorn, The Netherlands. (It was viewed as such, moon and all) Done for some sisters in the USA whose mother is from Hoorn. Oils on canvas 50 x 50 cm 2017 Artists©Shaun Herron

Recently Sold

‘Serenity’ Oils on canvas 70 X 90cm 2016 Artists©Shaun Herron (To St. Kitts & Nevis)