When I was being prolific a little while back I made this little piece of the Norwegian Church in Cardiff Bay. It was a nice challenge to move away from the splatty roughness of natural landscapes and do something manmade. I wasn't sure if my style would suit the rigidity of something like this on its own but I'm pleased with the result. I've painted manmade structures before but nothing quite this uniform.
This one has been sold to a friend of mine whose ancestors actually helped build the church. Show off. On a serious note, it's nice when people have a reason other than "it's pretty" for buying a piece of work.
(Sobbing) Makes it all worth it... you know?