Acrylic on wood 30 x 42 cm. A new painting for 2018 about the rhythm of the purr!
Based in the lovely countryside of Abruzzo, near the sea and the mountains this is for all abilities and is an all inclusive time of indulgence. Lovely food, good accommodation in village houses and tutoring in the countryside and by the sea. Flights direct from London to Pescara. Visit the website on:www.paintinginitaly.co for prices and […]
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.
This is my first relief painting. Working in layers of wood, plaster & acrylic paint I designed a multimedia painting about Bacchus, the Roman God of the grape harvest, fertility, theatre and religious ecstasy. I wanted to depict his world from the viewpoint of the women who were part of it. According to my research, […]
I am delighted that the committee of the SWA have voted for me to be a full member of the Society of Women Artists. I am honoured to be included in the list of very talented and diverse artists who are current members including portrait artists Daphne Todd OBE and June Mendoza OBE and sculptor […]
Now that the weather is making us think of holidays and beaches, I thought I would put this painting on my website. Inspired by a very busy scene last year on the public beach near Montisilvano, Italy, I was fascinated by how much interaction – mostly non-verbal, was happening around me. Acrylic 53.5 x 53.5 cm
1. No styling here for this project – just a straightforward oil sketch of a street market in Abruzzo to demonstrate the stages. Starting with a warm colour where the buildings and a street market will go. 2. Next I blocked in where the cool greys go 3. Adding an indication of where some greenery and […]
Some of us enjoy cooking and others enjoy watching others do it. Somehow it always tastes better that way.
Ah, the joy of getting in a real mess making a pot. I always wondered how some of my class used to stay looking so clean. This painting is a homage to those ladies who could preserve their nails and their composure and still turn out a lovely pot. SOLD
He knows her secret but the two of them are bound together in a joint bond. He leans against her, defying the world to prise it out of him.