Meadow flowers with ivy and olive sprigs, a bowl with a river smoothed pebble and a piece of irradiated quartz. Watercolur and bodycolour on paper
A museum of found objects including discarded wheel rims hung from a river smoothed branch and a wood burner and local signage resting in a nook. Charcoal on paper.
River washed trees and surrounding hills. Watercolour on paper. It was so hot that I had to load the brush heavily with paint. The paint dried on the paper quickly leaving sharp edges.
Just a quick sketch, thinking of working it up into a painting but haven’t decided yet…
If I’m staying with someone I like to paint a still life from things in their house…
Kat and Pete’s House
Jean and Bob’s House
This is from 1997 when I was still at school; I was always discouraged from this graphic style by teachers so I don’t have much around.
Reminiscing about my time at University while thinking about new horizons. These two different landscapes were both captured while studying for my degree at the University of St Andrews.
Quarry, East Neuk of Fife
Cairngorms National Park
Using black charcoal to study plant forms allows me to express the shapes I enjoy.
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