Fox under the moon

Fox under the moon
Oils and collage

Greenwich, Piper's Wharf 2005

Greenwich, Piper's Wharf 2005
Greenwich, Piper's Wharf 2005

Gate to Topkapi Palace

Gate to Topkapi Palace
Through the gate you can see the Blue Mosque.

Unfinished street!

Unfinished street!
A fabulously scruffy Turkish street. Haven't yet finished, but I won't add much more...

In Asia!

In Asia!
A beautiful mosque on the Asian shore.

Uskudar fish market

Uskudar fish market
We found this market on the Asian shore of Istanbul.

The Harem

The Harem
A view of the harem at the Topkapi Palace.

Elderly gentleman

Elderly gentleman
A thoughtful looking man near the Grand Bazaar.

Girl in souk

Girl in souk
Girl strokes cat in souk

Spirit

Spirit
Free spirit in Morocco

In the Medina

In the Medina
The light falls through the arches onto jewels and treasures

Goats

Goats
Goats along a dusty derb

Dyer's Souk in Marrakesh - has a long and complicated name!

Dyer's Souk in Marrakesh - has a long and complicated name!
We actually didn't find this much colour!

Woman sitting infront of a mosque (not really in the shade)

Woman sitting infront of a mosque (not really in the shade)
Just have to add the mosque!

Thoughtful old man, Marrakesh

Thoughtful old man, Marrakesh
The boxes haven't yet been added!

Tuesday, 31 August 2010

New and exciting website of London - London View

Wesley and laura's new website:

We want to create a website where it is easy for people to buy our work - we may theme this website on London as most of our work seems to be based in and around the city. It would be good to have something with PayPal in order that people can easily transfer money at the click of a button. Also we would have prices of work, sizes, whether it has sold, mediums used etc.

London View is a possible title for the site...
(we wanted London Captured - but they already had that one!)
If you think of a better name, tell us!
email me your suggestions!

An online shop of images of London that can be purchased for a small fee!!!
etchings, paintings, sketches, etc. - my preferred theme is all things derelict and falling apart, but there may be pictures of more well known London landmarks as well.

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