Robert Brindley

Friday, May 15, 2015

NEW DVD - Filming next week! - 17th May onward..

I will be filming my new DVD with Townhouse Films next week.
We have chosen views along the North Yorkshire Coast around Whitby, so we're hoping for good, fine weather with not too much wind!!
I'll let you know how the week goes!

Thursday, May 14, 2015

Annual Exhibition of Paintings 23rd May to 25th May


I will be holding my Annual Exhibition over the May Bank Holiday again this year
At
Lythe Village Hall
Main Street, Lythe YO21 3RT
23rd, 24th & 25th May
10am to 4pm
Free Admission
On show & for sale will be a wide variety of recent paintings in Oil, Watercolour, Pastel & Mixed Media. Together with a selection of Limited Edition Prints & Greetings Cards. Signed copies of my 3 instructional books will be available together with my 3 painting DVDs.
Please call in and say hello!

Click to preview the paintings
 More paintings will be added up to Thursday the 21st May, so please call back to view!

Sunday, April 26, 2015

Le Tour De Yorkshire - 1st - 3rd May

http://letour.yorkshire.com/tour-de-yorkshire
  • Stage 1 on Friday 1st May will start in Bridlington and finish in Scarborough - 174km - View Map
  • Stage 2 on Saturday 2nd May will start in Selby and finish in York - 174km - View Map
  • Stage 3 on Sunday 3rd May will start in Wakefield and finish in Leeds - 167km - View Map
    ENJOY!

Monday, April 20, 2015

Happy St.George's Day! - 23rd April


Wednesday, April 15, 2015

Sandpiper Studios - 24th & 25th April

There are still place available for my Workshop at the Sandpiper Studios , the Wirral 24th & 25th April.
Please get in touch if you'd like to join us.

Saturday, April 11, 2015

Bridlington Art Society - Demonstration - April 15


http://www.robertbrindley.com/gallery-watercolours.htm
Thank you to everyone who attended my Watercolour demonstration last night, here is the completed painting.
Should you have any questions, don't hesitate to get in touch. To preview my May Exhibition, please follow this link

Thursday, February 05, 2015

Tracks In The Snow / Aislaby - Step by Step Demonstration - January 2015

REFERENCE PHOTO

STEP ONE:
The drawing was undertaken using a 2B pencil on 300lb Two Rivers, Rough paper. The tracks in the snow and other minor lights were masked out with masking fluid.

STEP TWO:
The paper was wet all over and pre - mixed pools of colour were introduced in a fairly free manner. The paper was then allowed to dry thoroughly.

 STEP THREE:
The masking fluid was carefully removed and the painting developed by adding colour and softening some edges creating more definite form. Throughout the painting process, the importance of tone, above everything else, was essential. Some spattering, using a tooth brush and spraying with a fine water spray bottle were also used in this stage.

STEP FOUR:
The distant trees and the hedgerow on the right hand side were now developed. The trees were painted using 'warm' and 'cool' combinations of acrylic ink and a number two or three 'Rigger'.


CLOSE-UP:
This close-up shows the texture and details in between Step four and Step 5.


STEP FIVE, COMPLETED PAINTING:
Additional overlaid washes were applied and the dark horizontal band in the foreground was over painted using Titanium White acrylic, both straight from the tube and tinted with acrylic ink or watercolour. Further texture was built up by spattering extensively with Titanium White
acrylic. Finally I worked up ,all the final details such as the foreground grasses, telegraph pole etc.
MATERIALS:
Paper: Two Rivers, 300lb, Rough.
Watercolours: Raw Sienna, Cadmium Red, Cerulean, Cobalt Blue and Cobalt Violet.
Acrlic paint: Titanium White.
Acrylic Ink: Sepia, Paynes Grey, Violet and Antelope Brown.
Masking Fluid.
Fine misting spray bottle.
Tooth brush.
Should you have any questions, don't hesitate to contact me. 
For more Step-by-Step demonstrations, please go to my Demo page

Friday, January 30, 2015

Goathland Primary School - Demonstration - January 15

This is the completed watercolour painting as promised. Thank you all for inviting me and for showing such interest. I hope to visit again soon to view all of your paintings.