The pianist is about to play...
Our star, in her red evening dress, is lost in her private realm. This could be a scene from a play, but this play is without an audience. What can develop?
In any event, from our perspective, we are in the front row awaiting her dramatic performance.
A nostalgic piece, a man and his machine at crossroads in life. Looking into the distance, perhaps to embark on a journey.
That's the fascinating thing about paintings, the narrative or story is up to the viewer to interpret it in his or her own way.
Last not least, a watercolour sketch inspired by our blog, Every Wall Needs A Story.
Elvis is in the building....
In Theo's spare time, he and his friend Neil are writing short stories to accompany Theo's paintings. Looking for a publisher, Theo was disillusioned to read that there is more chance of having dinner with Elvis than to publish a book! Discouraged, he decided to stop writing.
Then, one afternoon, looking up from his canvas, Elvis walked into his studio! That surely was a sign to pick up the pen again!
It needs to be explained that our studio visitor was Mario Kombou, regarded as the best Elvis since Elvis by the newspaper Cyprus Mail.
Read our latest stories in our blog Every Wall Needs A Story