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Join me for more conversations with Milton

Here are my first two drawings of Paradise Regained. It’s so beautiful to see the reflection of the bust of Milton floating over the left-hand drawing, Modes of Apprehension. Underneath is the collection of many editions of Milton’s poetry, including first editions.

The opening of the exhibition at Milton’s Cottage went well. It was wonderful to meet so many Milton scholars all in one place. It’s a real honour to be invited to show my work in the very place where Milton wrote Paradise Lost, amongst so many first editions.


The Waste Land, Richard Kenton Webb, 2023, triptych, oil pigment on cotton, 68 x 276cm

Luminous LIGHT COLOUR IMAGINATION continues at Benjamin Rhodes Arts. It’s a real joy to be exhibiting with Emrys Williams. Emrys Williams Emrys Williams is a painter based in Llandudno, Wales. Like me, he has also taught all his life. Of course, Benjamin is our link. Benjamin believed in us both as young artists in our […]

On starting a painting II

The Saying, Richard Kenton Webb, triptych, oil pigment on cotton & board, 114 x 252cm, 2023

It’s a new year, so start something new. We ended On starting a painting I with the statement that an artist needs eyes that listen. Remember that a painter is a conduit for the language of paint. You are a vessel for the power, purity, and energy of this form of communication. Energy will flow through […]