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hope that you find both my paintings and the
information provided, enjoyable and rewarding. I am always
willing to talk about my work and can be contacted on
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My main subjects are listed below and examples can be seen on the Gallery page and also on the Artist page. I use a variety of media and they listed below on the right hand side.
When the flatness of the Mersey and Ribble Estuaries
become too much I have the luxury of the Lake District
being only a couple of hours away. If I go there I
always take my painting or sketching materials and try
to capture the tumbledown farms amid the glowering
hills and glistening lakes.
Likewise, trips to France and Italy also give me a chance to paint very different landscapes. I particularly like the buildings in these countries with the conditions there affecting the way I paint.
On the right are examples of the work that may be seen in
full on the Gallery page. All images have information
If you would like to purchase an item, you will see that it starts with a reference such as wc02 or oil03, etc which can be used to locate it on the sales page against a fuller description of the item.
Defined as painting using a pigment medium or the
finished artwork. Pigments are held together by a
gum arabic binder and released by water.
History of Watercolour
Oils have the pigment held together by an linseed
oil based binder and are also thinned by
turpentine or linseed oil or a mixture of
Canvas or board are the normal supports
History of Oils
Acrylics are a fast drying paint, that are
water soluble until dry.
They can be manipulated to give varying results between W/C and Oil paintings.
History of Acrylics
Pastels are made in the form of a
It is held together with a binder, leaving it like a chalk, which is rubbed onto paper to produce colour variations.
History of Pastels
Sculpture is a three dimensional art
Stone, wood and ivory are the traditional materials used.
I focus on wood, particularly from fruit trees.
I also produce ceramic works based on the human figure.
History of Sculpture