Paul’s paintings are recollected images from the many walks he takes in the natural landscape. With these memories, he begins painting intuitively, recalling images of thick forests, rolling hills, reflective water and the infinity of luminous horizons. The surface of the painting is often scraped and scratched with a palette knife, revealing the colours beneath. Rather than coping every detail, he is more interested in portraying the landscape in a more personal way.
The many colours of the changing season inspires his work – from the muted tones of a rainy day, to the colourful vibrancy of a summer garden.