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I did some experimenting while on a short walk the other day, using the mud, water, grass and ‘found’ objects to make a picture. It was an interesting experiment: I enjoyed making marks on the paper, but as soon as I wanted some colour, or […]

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Exploring Zen Landscapes

I’ve just spent a short while out, walking in the rain, noticing and allowing paint to form shapes and colours of the landscape on paper. No pressure, just letting it all flow naturally. Some of the paper has little ‘inclusions’ (seed, dirt, etc.) which I […]

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Huish Hill

The Wiltshire countryside doesn’t quite have the same flow of energy as I found in Cornwall. I’m not surprised by that, but it does change the way I work. The rough seas and heavy clouds on the coast seem to paint themselves, whereas the hills […]

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