Queen Victoria Cruise sketches

Graham Thew November 30, 2022

As reported the other day I have just returned from a teaching post on Cunard’s Queen Victoria. We stopped at a number of interesting ports and enjoyed some tris ashore which of course included some…Read More »

Up and down on the Queen Victoria!

Graham Thew November 27, 2022

Just returned from a cruise on Cunard’s Queen Victoria where I was running some watercolour workshops. Super trip and was lucky enough to enjoy the company of some very fine artists in the classes. The…Read More »

A Tale of two “Turners”

Graham Thew November 2, 2022

I visited the Tate Liverpool gallery this week to have a look at the Turner exhibition entitled “Dark Waters” It is a collection of many of his famous Sea Paintings with a soundtrack devised by…Read More »

“The Three Graces”

Graham Thew

This is a sketch of the Liverpool waterfront from the Wirral side. A favourite view of mine and one that very often leads me to getting “bogged down” in detail. So I was quite pleased…Read More »

“Architectonic”

Graham Thew

Posting a picture of one of my latest artworks…. Quite a therapeutic, an almost autobiographical piece! It is a series of icons gathered as one, alluding to ¬†shapes used in architectural plans yet rolling these…Read More »