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New commissions

*COMMISSIONS* – a bit scary, right? No, not at all. You choose the location and the size of the finished painting and we go from there.  Prices are based on size. 100 x 100 cm oil on canvas would be £600 for example.  This is […]

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Diptych ***SOLD***

Breezy, sunny. Windswept. September. I enjoyed the fast-pace that this one came out. Probably not a ‘for sale’ piece, more practice really, and blowing away the cobwebs! Acrylic and oil pastel on paper (two sheets of 50 x 70 cm). JM

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Time to re-start

Summer holidays are over and I have to admit I’m feeling a little ‘sluggish’ – creatively speaking that is. Although I hoped to have been as busy during August as I have the rest of the year, it just doesn’t seem to work out that […]

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Enjoying the results of letting go

I’ve spent the morning in the Avebury World Heritage landscape enjoying the sun, listening to both my inner critic and the ‘other’ and allowing myself to let go. It’s difficult to paint REALLY freely in public, especially when you enjoy the paint so much you […]

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‘Trees’ 5th January 2017

This one almost defeated me. I struggled with it out in the open and then bashed it around in the studio until it finally succumbed! Sometimes you have to work just a little bit harder for what you want! ‘Trees’ 5th January 2017 Acrylic on […]

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October Painting

It feels like I’m really discovering how I want to paint. This image (#1) is the start. It feels right to me: not too descriptive, not too abstract. What’s interesting is that the painting came to a point of ‘failure’ in my mind, just before it […]

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