Monthly Archives: May 2016

Gesso Guillemot!

I had a really peaceful and productive afternoon in the studio today.  At the weekend we visited the South Stack on Anglesea where I sketched the guillemots, despite the massively strong winds that vibrated the binoculars and randomly turned over … Continue reading

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At Wenlock Edge …

The road from Shrewsbury to Bridgnorth is one I’ve been doing quite a lot recently.  It is a beautiful route which leads you up Wenlock Edge, the sharp limestone scarp, which has inspired artists and poets – Lowry and Housman … Continue reading

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Right turn to landscapes

Had a super comment on the website on Saturday: Bryn Harris commented : ‘I was at Bodnant today, and bought one of your lovely wood paintings of ‘Neon Tetras’. I also really liked the Canada Goose and the Puffin, and had a … Continue reading

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