This acrylic painting was inspired by the terrible flooding and climate change here in the UK. It has been entered in for jurying with the Royal Academy of Art London’s, who are addressing climate change..Fingers crossed for it’s inclusion.
Recently I visited the Royal Academy of Art in London, UK to view the Lucian Freud portrait exhibition. Lucian was born in Germany but moved to London England where he lived most of his life. he died in July, … Continued
Wee Robin i love the feisty little English robins which are so different to the North American ones. I have painted three different paintings of them which 10 inches by 12 inches acrylic on canvas £120.00 Status; Available location; Artists … Continued
I love banks of flowers in the meadows and gardens. The technique is quite loose and impressionistic, showing much of the texture from the collages incorporated in it. 12″ by 36″ Acrylic on canvas £440.00 Status; available location; Artist Studio, … Continued
All living things are hardwired into continuing their species. The journey to do this it takes many forms. The humble dandelion enjoys a full blossom in spring which turns into a bundle of seed heads which float on the … Continued
I’ve enjoyed my windswept series of flowers. Many include textiles or other mediums to enhance the texture of the pieces. With this piece, I can picture a flower boarder of pink tulips in a strong wind blowing bits of flowers … Continued
Sold I have enjoyed making this mixed media textile piece. It is painted on paper, bonded to canvas and then hand and machine stitched. The gold and silver overlays were added at the last minute as well. Mixed media 18″ … Continued
We have a lovely still life set up each week at Dupont Art Club where I belong. I normally get on with whatever current project I have going but this still life was so colourful and fresh that I had … Continued