Sunday, 15 January 2012

Cathedral Commissions

London.
Malaga.
Liverpool.

15 comments:

Steffi Sch├╝tze said...

Breathtaking!!

Rob Wells said...

Wow!

JaneA said...

Beautiful drawings! The one of St Pauls makes me glad I'm returning to that great city tomorrow. I'm always glad when I discover another great UK artist.

Graeme Neil Reid said...

Those are excellent.

Simon said...

Most appreciated, guys. Thank you!

BristleKRS said...

Beautiful penmanship! And I particularly like your composition.

I see you've earned some coverage in the Forbidden Planet blog...

http://forbiddenplanet.co.uk/blog/2012/spiritual-architecture/

Grant Margetts said...

Lovely stuff as ever Mr G.

Gary Fitzgerald said...

They are lovely.. But you didn't pick the pretty one in Liverpool ;-)

nepaligirl said...
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nepaligirl said...

I love the picture & love it,..........:)

Simon said...

Thanks, folks.

They're good to me over there, Chris, thanks for the link.

It wasn't up to me, Gary, but I hear ya! Maybe next time...

Steve Buccellato said...

Holy moley!

Mr. Hawthorne said...

JESUS, Simon!! Wow!

Melissa Cole - sommALEier & beer writer said...

Sorry to be so late to the party but I commissioned Simon to do these so that the family could give them to my brother-in-law for his 40th, they represent the three important cities in his life and he was as emotional as I've ever seen him when he unwrapped them.

We couldn't have been more thrilled and Simon was an utter, utter joy to deal with and I will be commissioning him again in the future without any doubt.

Melissa Cole - sommALEier & beer writer said...

Sorry to be so late to the party but I commissioned Simon to do these so that the family could give them to my brother-in-law for his 40th, they represent the three important cities in his life and he was as emotional as I've ever seen him when he unwrapped them.

We couldn't have been more thrilled and Simon was an utter, utter joy to deal with and I will be commissioning him again in the future without any doubt.