Wiltshire Hills, March 2018

I’ve been experimenting with a ‘reversible’ diptych. Acrylic on canvas. The layout has two versions, and I think both work and represent the landscape as I saw it. Which do you prefer? To express an interest in this piece, please contact me. JM

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Early Spring 2

One of a new series of works on paper started in March 2018. 30 x 26 cm. £130 (unframed) plus postage. To express an interest in this piece, please contact me. JM

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After the Snow

I’ve thoroughly enjoyed the snow we’ve had this March. All the quiet lanes around our village were waist-deep in drifts and the hedges blanketed in snow-tsunami. I have to admit that I couldn’t bring myself to go out and paint during the really cold and […]

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Dulas, February 2018

The second of two paintings completed over a weekend in February (see this post). ‘Dulas’ means blue-black in Welsh and is the name given to the particular slate mined from the Foel Grochan mine. Acrylic and mixed media on canvas (100 cm x 100 cm). […]

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Foel Grochan, February 2018

One of two paintings from a visit to Wales in February 2018 (see this post). ‘Foel Grochan’ is the name of a mountain and associated slate mine. Acrylic and mixed media on canvas (100 cm x 100 cm). £750 plus P&P. To express an interest […]

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Wales, February 2018

I’ve spent a few days in north Wales soaking up the mountains, forests and valleys near the Snowdonia National Park. I have to admit that I adore Wales for all its rugged beauty, and for the communities that thrive among the hills. Its a hard […]

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Willows near a winterbourne ***SOLD***

I’m enjoying exploring and experimenting with texture, colour and contrasts. My studio work becomes more abstract, compared with my outdoor work, and I feel that I like the way it’s developing. I see ‘Willows near a winterbourne’ almost as a continuation of my seascape paintings. […]

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