Some of my work that will be on show at the Society of Wildlife Artist’s annual exhibition at the Mall Galleries, London. The exhibition can be seen online here
I am very pleased to tell you that my linocut (above) has been accepted for the 2020 Birds in Art exhibition at the Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum in Wisconson.
May is my favourite month of the year. A time of new growth and regeneration. Through the combination of cut lino and watercolour I have tried to capture perfect hard edge shapes and fresh hues associated with this time.
A newly arrived whitethroat and painted lady butterfly have both migrated up from Africa only for the butterfly to become a tasty morsel for the whitethroat. A brown hare, another sign of spring, watches on as the drama unfolds while enjoying the warming rays of the sun. Fresh spears of bracken fronds emerge through the colours and patterns of last seasons growth.
Another oil study on the go, painted on unprimed card. Could be a new linocut design…..just need to get the arrangement of the chicks right.
Here’s something I’ve been up to during this lockdown….
Curlew on the tideline, oil study on card, a possible design for a new linocut.
Best of wishes to everyone during this difficult time…I hope you’re well and staying safe.
Creation – a celebration of Art, Nature and the advent of Spring
Saturday 16th and Sunday 17th February 2019, Open 10 am – 4pm
Thorpe Morieux Village Hall, IP30 0NR
come and visit our art exhibition featuring work by professional artists and local creatives, our art competition display celebrating the work of local art enthusiasts and local school children, the brilliant ‘recycled’ sculpture trail, as well
as stalls, Snowdrops and aconites at our beautiful church. Refreshments and hot food available at our Pop Up Cafe in the Village Hall. Free entry. Sculpture trail maps 50p from the Village Hall or the Church. A lovely trip out to the heart of Suffolk on a February weekend.
I have a new shop online, where you can buy my original linocuts and limited edition giclee prints.
Please follow the link to check it out…..
I was very pleased to be awarded Birdwatch Artist of the Year 2018
Sponsored by Swarovski and awarded at the Society of Wildlife Artists annual exhibition at the Mall Galleries, London
The picture that won was Lesser Spotted Woodpecker, one of my new multi-block linocuts
Starting 20th October 2017
I will be having a joint exhibition with my daughter, Amie, at the Pinkfoot Gallery in Cley-next-the-Sea. Below are a selection of images from the exhibition.
My work is now on display at Lavenham Contemporary
70 High Street, Lavenham, CO10 9PT
Pop in and take a look if you get the chance…..