Grey Street, Newcastle upon Tyne Original Art | Art Newcastle – Alan Reed
Original Paintings – Alan Reed Art
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Newcastle’s Grey Street is named as one of the most picturesque streets in the country.
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This stunning watercolour image of Grey Street Newcastle is now also available as a Christmas Card.
This limited palette has been used to capture the crispness of a winter’s day in Newcastle, the shoppers on Grey Street.
In 2008 I released one of my most successful limited edition prints titled “Theatre Royal in the Snow”. The appeal in this popular painting lay partly in the monochromatic colours. Our customers loved the little girl wearing the red coat.
The little girl in the red coat is of my eldest granddaughter Emily. She is braving the elements, holding her grandmother’s hand. I had captured this scene in watercolour many times earlier. A few months previously I had painted a smaller A4 version as a Christmas card for the Theatre Royal in Newcastle.
I was commissioned to do another Christmas card of Newcastle, I was excited to write about it in my painting blog.read about in an earlier blog post. This popular Christmas Card was for a local charity called the Cyrenians who work with vulnerable, disadvantaged and homeless people. They are now called Changing Lives.
I happily re-painted the subject, changed some of the figures and altered the composition slightly.