We get inspiration from strange places. Last year, the Queen had her official birthday and we had the Trooping of the Colours on in the background. I glanced up as saw the gulls on the roof opposite parading on the rooftop. There a whole row of gulls in perfect time with the marching bands. This is a fun painting to remember the moment. If you look carefully you will even see some of the iconic building of the ever-changing London skyline.
Oil on profession quality oil paper.
This painting is framed in a high quality professional white wooden frame
One of my overwhelming memories of the Winter Olympics in South Korea was of the North Korean cheer leaders. It was fascinating, creepy and inspiring all in one. This is my interpretation of the choir.
Inspired by the Winter Olympics
A thrilling finish of stage 2 TDU.
Ewan was calm and comfortable as the peloton circled the loop around Stirling the last of three times, then he waited for Peter Sagan to jump in the sprint before launching from is own lead-out and overtaking the world champion at the line. Impey also slipped past Sagan for second, with Sagan’s teammate Jay McCarthy finishing third. Sagan missed the podium in fourth.
32 x 24cm unframed dispatched in a reinforced envelope
Available from my shop Garth Bayley Art for £150
Peter Sagan wins the people choice in the 2018 Tour down under I have aimed at capturing the energy and speed of the race in monochrome sepia tones
Chloe Hosking wins the stage
Abstract painting depicting the stage of the oceans in 2018. You can see it as a joyous celebration of life or the toxic sludge of the plastic epidemic. I prefer the former but we cant avoid the pollution but we can all do out bit use less plastic and help life.
Inspired by a race in the the Scottish mountains, this could be a race or a sunny ride with friends. It’s all open to interpretation. oil on paper with wax crayon details. Framed behind glass.
Oil and charcoal on paper This is painted on heavy watercolor paper. Framed in black and white. As the bikes go by it’s a whirl of action and then they gone! This is what I wanted to convey.