Monthly Archives: January 2011

This is me working on my latest sea-scape

I thought it might be of interest to include another picture of me painting.  I spend five or six hours a day painting and I really love it.  I started this painting before Christmas and it is one of the … Continue reading

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Bristol Balloon Festival. Rupert Flies Over the Suspension Bridge

Acrylic on Board.  Size 120 x 40cm.  Sent to The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge for their new son Prince George at their request. Very early, when I started painting, I did a series of three paintings, based on the Balloon … Continue reading

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Heather on Exmoor

Acrylic on Board.  Size 100 x 60cms.  Sold. I went on holiday to Exmoor in Devon and took this photo.  The heather made wonderful shapes and patterns and it really seemed to dance in the sun.  It is a beautiful … Continue reading

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Lost Gardens of Heligan 1- The Spirit of the Lake

Acrylic on Board.  Size 30 x 40cm.  SOLD The Spirit of the Lake is the first painting in my series of the Lost Gardens of Heligan in Cornwall, UK.  This area of the gardens is known as the ‘Jungle’  and … Continue reading

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Lost Gardens of Heligan-2 Lake and Water Lilies

Acrylic on Board.  Size 60 x 40cm.  Sold This is the second in the series based on the gardens at Heligan.  Another ‘mystery’ painting.  I thought the pool looked very deep and mysterious and I loved the colours and patterns … Continue reading

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Lost Garden of Heligan 3 – The Sun Dial Garden

Acrylic on Board.  Size 60 x 40cm.  Sold This is the third painting in a series of four that I did based on the gardens at Heligan in Cornwall.  The gardens are beautiful and each area is very different.  I … Continue reading

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Le Grand Bleu – The Deep Blue Sea

Acrylic on Board.  Size 60 x 40cm.  Price  £250. This is my brother’s favourite painting so far!  He has his eye on it.  The painting has turned out to be almost abstract, the shapes are so strong.    Yet, in … Continue reading

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