Traditional v Contemporary – What’s Your Choice?

The traditional image of a beach hut for most people would be the beautiful shabby chic candy striped huts, taking us back to the Edwardian era in a tide of nostalgia, when changing in public was frowned upon so councils provided these wonderful little huts often with matching deck chairs, for people to change into […]

Old & Tired But Still Colourful – Wilton’s Music Hall

My latest painting just had to be painted mainly because of the insane number of colours crammed into such a small space and because it was a challenge to see if I could paint something so far out of my comfort zone.  I trained as a scientist, so my natural instinct is to be analytical […]

Positive Power of The Garden & Home

After enjoying a video tour a friend did recently of their garden I decided I would also like to share my garden and share the pleasure it has brought me over many years, not just during lockdown.  I am a plantsman rather than a gardener and so I have a great interest in plants and […]

The Power of the Portrait

I am an artist who always looks at the world around me and I want to transfer my vision onto canvas. My collection of People and their portraits holds an important role in my portfolio of work. I have had the pleasure of being commissioned to make some wonderful portraits of friends and collectors as […]

Blue In Colour Alone

The colour blue is a significant force in art,  from the celestial blues of art in the Middle Ages to Picasso’s ‘Blue Period’. It is perhaps a colour that some may consider cold but to me in ‘Rhapsodic’ the blues, lines and shadows have combined to create an oasis of perfect meditative calm. A luxury […]