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.
Two women doing a simple task of picking and gathering apples. One is preoccupied with her thoughts whilst the other has used that simple task to find a solution to something that was bothering her.The sun shines on her new resolve. Acrylic on board 36 x 46cm SOLD
Christmas often makes me think about older people who may be on their own and this painting was about the pleasure the pigeons bring to this lady in her London flat. To some they’re a pest but to her they are family.
I was influenced by the artists of the 20’s in this linocut. Simple lines and clear shapes Linocut 23 x 17.5cm
One of my few lino prints. I wanted a simple image that conveyed the relationship between the girl, the shells and the pattern of the water. Linoprint 18.5 x 23.5cm
This painting is all about those annoying sheep who refuse to be counted. There they are – leaping out of the pen, eating cake and generally being very annoying. Watercolour 48 x 38cm SOLD
This painting was inspired by that lovely feeling when you go into the garden at the first showing of sunshine after the winter. As you work in the garden it uncurls the tension to feel the sun warm on your face even as your hands touch the cool earth. Acrylic on board. 30 x 30cm SOLD
Her cat is feigning indifference but she feels drawn to the song of the lark that surrounds her. Acrylic on wood 30 x 30cm SOLD
Her oneness with her dogs and their interlocking shapes as they rest together was inspired by the sense one has of the understanding of mood that many animals have, particularly dogs. Acrylic on wood 30 x 30cm SOLD
She is sitting in a tree, surrounded by nature, occasionally reading or watching the birds. This sense of peace and feeling at one with nature was something I wanted to capture in the painting Acrylic on wood 30 x 30cm SOLD