All posts tagged: Painter

Ode to Midsummer

This morning I took a walk with my Border Terrier (River) up Walker’s Hill near Alton Barnes and soaked up the warm midsummer sunshine. Things have generally been pretty good for me recently. My stress about art and life have dissipated and I’m just getting […]

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Alton Barnes November 2021

It’s been a while since I last painted. This hiatus is due to a number of things: work; COVID; parenting, and general laziness, but also to a lack of confidence. Today, however, I made a pact with myself that I would go out and paint […]

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Open Studio, July 2018

The Pewsey Vale is a very special place and it has played an important part in almost all of my life. My family has a deep connection to this place: every lane, copse, field and hill elicits a memory, a story, or an emotion. Maybe its […]

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June 2018, 1 ***SOLD***

I’m looking forward to the Marlborough Open Studios season (July 2018) and I’ve been busy working on new pieces for the show, including this piece: June 2018, 1. 100 x 100 cm acrylic on canvas. ***SOLD***

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Ancient Landscapes: New Lines

Those of you who have been following me for a while will know that I left full-time work in June 2016 to pursue my life-long ambition of becoming an artist. Since I was a child, I have always pictured myself as a painter: locked away […]

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