The winter weather makes painting outside somewhat unattractive, and as a result I have been spending more time working in the studio. One outcome is a series of still life paintings, which can be found on a new page dedicated to that genre. I’m hoping the weather will eventually improve and I can get out and about again.
I was delighted to learn that my large watercolour painting, ‘The Pennine Bridleway near Hayfield’, had been selected for the Sunday Times Watercolour Competition. The exhibition is on at the Mall Galleries in London from 18 to 23 September 2018, before going on tour to the Guildford House Gallery from 10 November to 20 December […]11-09-2018
My next show will be as part of the Wirksworth Festival Art and Architecture Trail on 8 and 9 September – a great opportunity to explore the town and view a wide range of art and craft. My last event of the year will be with colleagues from Peak District Artisans as part of their […]05-08-2018
I am pleased to announce that both my entries to the Derbyshire Open Art Exhibition have been selected and one, a watercolour entitled ‘Mount Famine and Kinder Bank’ (pictured), has received a County Council Award. The exhibition runs until 31st August at the Buxton Museum and Art Gallery30-06-2018