The Cityscape Painting Process

Trisha's cityscapes have an energy, as if the reflections in the water create the opposite energy to the noise and busyness of the city.

Either working on a commission or a piece which resonates with her, she always starts by looking at as many pictures as possible. She then builds up a collage to place next to her canvas as a reference.

After preparing the canvas with a Gesso wash, I then set about dividing the canvas in 3. The sky, making sure I have enough space for my signature swish. The middle: always starting with my bold black line and finally the bottom, allowing enough for the reflection. I then measure and drawing ‘to scale’ al a Trish.




Depending on size and detail, each piece takes
anything from 2 weeks to 2 months.


Prices for an original start from £350.00 depending on size, materials used and time scale for completing the work. Please check my pricelist page for a more detailed view of sizes and prices available.

Giclee Prints from the originals are available from £75 Mounted (Unframed).

Trisha is available for commission pieces. These will be in her style. If you are happy please Email Trisha to discuss you requirements. P.O.A.

If you would like to know more about painting with credit cards, you could always attend one of my step by step ‘painting with credit card’ workshops


Fast becoming a Trisha Wood Collector!! I've got a couple of designs from Trisha's collection, and about to ask her to do me a piece of Art Work for my lounge, I cannot recommend her enough, her work is unique and fresh, her pictures talk to you.... I love her work - thank you xx


Trisha's work is as beautiful and unique as she is. Highly recommended!


My childhood was around the power station in Battersea and along the Embankment that Trisha likes to paint. As someone who has grown up with those areas and buildings, I can only say that not only does she capture the likeness but also the ambience of those places. I only have to look at her pictures to remember exactly how it was to take an Embankment walk on a drizzly Saturday evening with my Grandparents. Such a talent!!