This new painting “Reflections at the Bar” is another semi-abstract acrylic on canvas 61 x 45 cm. It is on the theme of what happens to all the images that a mirror sees during the course of a ballet practise, like “Warming up”, It is in a more abstract style than some of my other […]
50 x 50cm. Acrylic on canvas. This new semi-abstract painting is a composition in many layers, loosely depicting warming up in a gym with the mirrors seeing many images throughout a period a time.
59 x 84 cm. Acrylic on canvas. Following on from my semi-abstract painting called ‘Fire dance”, this painting is about the leap of faith we have to make in order to move out of our comfort zone and try something new. Whether that move is a change for the better or just a temporary departure, […]
“Fire Dance” 50 x 50cm. How lovely to have some fun and create a painting that with such joyful freedom. I layered until I felt I must stop. This is a new departure for me to be more abstract but it will certainly not be my last as I enjoyed it so much. The only […]
Acrylic on canvas. 59.5 x 42 cm. The narrative of this painting is the contest between small, happy fish versus strong men and sophisticated equipment.
A fortunate but unplanned meeting. Acrylic on canvas 40.5x 40.5 cm
Another new painting for the new year. The tandem provides the perfect vehicle to take turns to burn calories.
Acrylic on wood 30 x 42 cm. A new painting for 2018 about the rhythm of the purr!
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3 new paintings were successfully delivered to a lovely home in Norfolk over the weekend. “The Giddy music of the Waltz” looked particularly at home in it’s new place on the chimney breast. The other two, “The Smell of Summer” and “A good day after all” were looking for a smaller, lower space.