Larger paintings typically 65 x 80 cm in size, use a range of media including inks, watercolour, charcoal, gold and silver foils.
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I find the hidden moments that are all around us in the countryside.
Animals in their natural habitat are captivating, their humanistic stares are drawn as a focal point of the artwork. Vibrant backgrounds extenuate their natural surroundings.
My paintings of everyday objects bring a splash color and excitement to otherwise inconspicuous items.
Drips of paint add to the drama of solid objects.
Wild running paint takes on nature's stormy skies with wild flowers and butterflies coming to the forefront.
I enjoy making flowers larger than life to discover their colours and shadows.
Also seen here, a large butterfly taking on dream-like proportions with detailed accents on the wings.
I have recently begun to work on tree images and have enjoyed drawing them from unexpected angles. Mists, sunsets and silhouettes add drama to the paintings and create a sense of forboding.
My paintings of vegetables have become very popular as people love their bright colours and rustic tones.
I use a realistic style - they bounce out of their wooden slatted backgrounds! The bright colours and gold hints also add to their feeling of freshness.
My interpretation of moody night time skies and early morning sunrises. Dark clouds are shown to give indications of stormy weather used in contrase with glinting structures and land.
My paintings of discarded clothing are drawn to make the most of their detail and faded character. Unusual colour choices with exciting backgrounds all come together to reinvigorate these items.
Working in London I see iconic buildings from different perspectives. these urban pictures favour more colourful and dramatic runs, allowing the harshness oft the architectire to show though.
I took a view of Big Ben behind the embankment so it appears to rise up out of a watery riverside.
Also shown is a popular viewpoint of London's millennium bridge as it moves forwards to St Pauls.