Jack Russell Originals
From The Tower of London to The Bradman Museum in Australia Jack Russell original oil paintings and pencil sketches are in public and private collections worldwide. Each piece of Jack's work is unique. In fact in the art world Jack himself is unique. The former England Wicket Keeper has now been a Professional Artist for nearly 30 years and enjoys painting a variety of subjects.
Jack's experience as an International Cricketer gives him an unrivalled knowledge for detail when creating a cricketing landscape. Who else in the world is better qualified! We advise viewing Jack's original work in person to experience for yourself first hand the way he captures the depth, light and atmosphere to any particular scene.
In addition to signing each painting, he also titles, signs and dates the back of the canvas, often adding notes and comments on where and how the picture took place. Also, Jack will be happy to pen to you personally a hand written note giving details about the particular work. The perfect provenance.
If you would like to view Jack's work in person or discuss the possibility of joining an elite group of collectors please contact us on 01454 329583 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Original painting oil on canvas measuring 15" x 14"
Every year I try and paint a couple of industrial landscapes. They don't always turn out looking like picture postcards, and granted not everyone wants something industrial on their walls at home, but that shouldn't matter to an artist. The challenge for me is re-creating the atmosphere and testing myself with new colours.
I find that with November and December light, when the days are short and the angle of the sun low, there are the most amazing scenes. Some appear void of much light at all but if you search deep enough with your eyes, the colours ARE there! I accept that the only person who may be interested in this painting maybe Bab's herself (who makes a lovely cup of tea by the way) but to me that doesn't matter, the fun I had trying to paint this view was brilliant. If it's good enough for Turner, Pissaro, Lowry and Co. to have a go, why shouldn't I? I love doing it. I do have one more I started last December to finish. If you would like to see that, and what is planned for the Summer sign up to our newsletter and we'll keep you posted. In the meantime, check out some amazing colours on the following link below" Jack Russell MBE
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