Thursday, 29 May 2014


A selection of images posted to Twitter for the art theme #MoveMay (related to transport).

Some are from life, some are from photographs, and some are from memory or imagination. All bar one are complete works inspired by the theme. One or two no longer exist.


Sunday, 25 May 2014

The Hurlers, left and right

This is a "housekeeping" post intended to simplify navigation. It is not a new painting.

The Hurlers is a complex of stone circles on Bodmin Moor, Cornwall.

Behind East Street (The Bromley Four)

This is a "housekeeping" post intended to simplify navigation. It is not a new painting.

Four paintings of the backs of buildings behind East Street in Bromley North Village, Kent. The paintings form a tetraptych and arre part of the Bromley Project.

All oil on canvas, 30 x 30 cm
£200 for the set

5 Little Pictures of Gladioli

This is a "housekeeping" post intended to simplify navigation. It is not a new painting.

Five small paintings of gladioli.

All acrylic on canvas, 7 x 7 cm.
£50 for all five or £12 each

Original posts:

Friday, 23 May 2014

Four-Pastel Sketches

It rained for most of today, but the evening was delightful. My generous husband suggested I get out on the hills for an hour or so after tea; how could I refuse?

Wednesday, 21 May 2014

Sunset Road - SOLD

I'm really pleased with the way that this turned out. It's based on a photograph from last summer, when I stopped my homeward journey to admire - and photograph - the wonderful sunset.

Saturday, 17 May 2014

Primrose Panel

"The primroses were over."

So begins the best known book about Watership Down. Possibly the only book about it.

And this is the first floral panel of the Kingsclere School Mural. The floral panels are beneath the windows and my idea was to use wild flowers to add bright colours: yellow, blue, red and white. Yellow was originally gong to be buttercups, but when I thought of primroses and realised that they were part of the novel, I changed my mind.

Acrylic on school, with able assistance from two pupils.

Friday, 16 May 2014

Mural derivatives

The weather is - all of a sudden, it seems - warm and sunny and highly conducive to outdoor mural painting.

UK Art Aid

The UK Art Aid Web site is now live! There's a whole stack of stormy paintings that can be bought as originals (£200) or prints (£65), including my very own Godrevy Storm.

Thursday, 15 May 2014

Windsurf - SOLD

When we were in Cornwall over the New Year, I visited Gwithian (from which Godrevy Light can be seen), and took lots and lots of photographs. There was a windsurfer - a very skillful fellow - out on the sea and I managed to get a few shots of him in action.

Tuesday, 13 May 2014

Sunsetting (over Penlee Point)

The sun was setting when we were at Long Rock in December 2013. This is an interpretation of one of my photographs looking towards Penlee Point (near Mousehole).

Saturday, 10 May 2014

Godrevy Storm

I was standing near the foot of the steps that lead down from the lifeguard hut at Gwithian (St Ives Bay, Cornwall), looking towards Godrevy Light, when I took the source photographs for this painting. It was December 2013, and the waves were impressive, but not as high as they were to become in the New Year.

Godrevy Storm
Oil on canvas, 30 x 40 cm
Painted for UK Art Aid

Tuesday, 6 May 2014