My aim is to paint landscapes that reflect the sense of the place, rather than what is actually there. To achieve that, I have taken an abstract approach and look to build in drama and to create a sensory reaction when viewing my work.
I paint on canvas and paper primarily using watercolours and oils. I work from nature and often use found objects from the landscape such as sticks, chalk and local water in my work. I hold an MA in Fine Art.
This section contains some of my most recent works. My paintings are a reflection of the natural world around us and I am influenced by both land and sea.
My aim is to create non representational works but a ‘sense’ of the place. I paint from my primary and secondary sources. I sketch in both pencil and watercolour and work back in the studio from these works. I find working from a sketch really allows for freedom.
The works in this gallery are in both oil and watercolour. Click here to see more of my work.
My most recent ‘Field Notes’
Walking, breathing in the woodland air. That damp, mossy smell that lingers heavy, hanging. It’s one of those sunlit winter days. When the light looks warm, inviting, translucent green, like Spring, tricking the mind. The path takes me round through the bare stick trees. Grey Winter shadows play through splashes of bright green lights. The… Read more »