ADEBANJI ALADE: MY ART, MY PASSION FOR SKETCHING — Paintings of Chelsea

That Evening Feeling, Lots Road Pumping Station (3) Chelsea Marathon

8 x 10 Adebanji Alade alla prima Architectural illustration Architectural Sketches chelsea Chelsea Marathon Chelsea Painter Lots Road oil oil on board Paintings of Chelsea plein air

This is the third piece in the current series of paintings and drawings around Chelsea.



I have returned to the area around my studio which is around Lots Road.


That Evening Feeling, Lots Road Pumping Station, 8" x 10", Oil on Board

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This is another view I can't believe I haven't painted for 10 years since being in this area.

Adebanji painting Evening Feeling,...

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Morning Light Kings Road (2) Chelsea Marathon

8 x 10 Adebanji Alade alla prima Architectural illustration Architectural Sketches chelsea Chelsea Marathon Chelsea Painter Kings Road oil oil on board Paintings of Chelsea plein air

This my second shot at the Chelsea Marathon.

Here I have used Graphite which is my best medium!

Morning Light, Kings Road, 8" x 10", Graphite on Paper.
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I worked purely indoors for this one.

The ability to get the effects of sunlight with graphite lies wholly on the manipulation of tones to suit the scene. When using graphite in landscapes, the one thing missing is...

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Morning Light, Lots Road Power Station (1) Chelsea Marathon

8 x 10 Adebanji Alade alla prima Architectural illustration Architectural Sketches chelsea Chelsea Marathon Chelsea Painter Lots Road oil oil on board Paintings of Chelsea plein air

This is the first piece in the Chelsea Marathon.

Morning Light, Lots Road Power Station, Oil on board, 10" x 8" SOLD
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I have been at my studio at Lots Road for almost 10 years and I haven't painted this scene. This is why this marathon comes in handy because it helps me to be able to take up some places that are nearby but never really explored...

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