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  • 400 Mega Watts

    £1,500.00

    Oil and shellac on canvas (framed). This piece is inspired by the skyline around the Battersea Power Station on a very wet day.  The sun is starting to come out and the light is changing. A black wood frame complements this piece.

     

    76cm x 101cm

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  • After the rain

    £595.00

    Oil on canvas (framed).

     

    In May 2018 I travelled to Le Lot to paint with a group of artists. We were there for a week and hoping for warm, dry weather. What we got was a lot of rain which made painting “en plein air” challenging. By the end of the week the rain had stopped and in return there was a wonderful , fresh, green landscape which I have captured here.

    A pale moulded wood frame complements this piece.

     

    49.5cm x 70cm

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  • Atlantic

    £620.00

    Oil and acrylic on MDF (framed).

    This piece is inspired by the Cornish Coast – I spent some time there in 2019 doing an expressive landscape painting course at Newlyn School of Art.

    A black wood frame complements this piece.

     

    47cm x 47cm

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  • Broken

    £250.00

    Acrylic, ink and collage on paper (unframed).

    This painting was inspired by a walk in the woods in Dorset last winter. The woods were dark and quiet, the silence broken by the occasional patter of snow falling off the branches on to the forest floor.

     

    24cm x 59cm

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  • Chelsea Creek

    £395.00

    Oil on gessoed panel  (framed). One of the great things about living in a city like London is the juxtapositions. Old and new, filthy and shiny , peaceful and noisy, all existing side by side.  I love this tiny nook around the corner from where I live – at low tide this section of the Thames in Chelsea, nestled amongst billion £ developments, reveals a graveyard of shopping trolleys and traffic cones, all half buried in the mud.

     

    23cm 28cm

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  • Cranborne Chase

    £595.00

    Oil on gesso board (framed).

     

    I spend half of my time in North Dorset. Our village is at the top of Cranborne Chase and we have sweeping views down to the South coast and spectacular big skies. Come rain or shine, it is beautiful.

     

    An off white matt wood frame complements this piece.

    40.8cm x 30.7cm

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  • Heading East

    £850.00

    Acrylic, collage and scrim on mount board (framed).

    I love putting together random collaged pieces and this allows the viewer to create their own narrative. The underlying painting structure of this piece is based on Urban landscape.

    A black wood frame complements this piece.

     

    59cm x 77cm

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  • Ice Queen

    £250.00

    Acrylic and ink on paper (unframed).

    This piece was inspired by a snowy walk in the woods last winter.

    Trudging along the path, stepping on frozen puddles and cracking the ice.

     

    24cm x 57cm

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  • Jura Skies

    £420.00

    Oil and shellac on watercolour paper (framed).

     

    The Isle of Jura has one road that runs the length of the island. It is a single track with occasional passing places and is bordered with telephone lines. I am always fascinated with the way these poles and wires disrupt the landscape and sky. This painting was inspired by a very rainy windy walk along this road, counting the poles until we got home.

     

    A pale grey wood frame complements this piece.

    46.9cm x 39.3cm

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  • Nocturne

    £620.00

    Oil and acrylic on MDF (framed). This piece is inspired by the sea in Penzance, Cornwall – I spent some time there in 2019 doing an expressive landscape painting course at Newlyn School of Art. A white moat frame complements this piece.

     

    37cm x 32cm

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  • Nocturne II

    £620.00

    Oil and acrylic on MDF (framed). This piece is inspired by the sea in Penzance, Cornwall – I spent some time there in 2019 doing an expressive landscape painting course at Newlyn School of Art. A white moat frame complements this piece.

     

    37cm 32cm

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  • Nude

    £750.00

    Charcoal on paper (framed).

     

    I love the immediacy of life drawing and I am often drawn to “happy accidents”. This was drawn in 10 minutes with Carla modelling for us. The board I used to rest my paper on had deep gouges across it, presumably made with a blade by the previous user. I like the accidental marks these gouges made on the drawing.

     

    A charcoal grey matt wood frame complements this piece.

    64.8cm x 91.2cm

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