Paintings on the wall

My eight paintings are up on the wall at the New Ashgate Gallery in Farnham, Surrey along with some lovely ceramics by Ken Eardley and some very colourful glass objects by Peter Layton. Farnham is a lovely market town and well worth a visit with it’s little cafės and boutiques. They will be on display […]

Dance the day away

This new painting was lovely for me to paint. I was able to use some of the sketches I did a while ago at the Royal Ballet’s rehearsal in London and put them into a composition. The thought behind this composition was in response to so many posts on social media about how lock-down has […]

Paintings at the New Ashgate Gallery

Eight of my paintings will be displayed from 12th June – 24th July. The New Ashgate Gallery is in Farnham, Surrey and is on the edge of the town car park. This is a new venture for me and having visited the gallery the other day for the first time, I was very impressed with […]

In the Park

There is so much activity in local parks at the moment I wanted to capture in one painting what these open spaces have meant to people in the last year. Although each knot of people is in their own bubble, there is a unity about the overall use of the space. SOLD

Remembering when we used to party

I came across a little quote “Party while you can because no one looks back on their life and remembers the nights they got plenty of sleep”. This made me think about this last year when our lives have been on hold and wondering how we will look back on this time. Will we forget […]

Feeling Connected

With Zoom meetings and telephone calls instead of face-to-face meetings, we have all managed to stay connected with work, friends and family. My painting is a celebration of how technology has made all this possible and brightened lives during a very stressful time