Nestled in the sleepy village of Tudeley, in Kent, lies the unassuming All Saints’ Church. This was our second visit to the church. This year to view again the wonderful Chagall stained-glass windows and to take in the ‘Darling Buds of May’ Kent countryside.
Earlier this month I was invited to a colleague’s studio located at the Trinity Buoy Wharf, in the London Borough of Tower Hamlets. The wharf is the site of London’s only lighthouse. The original lighthouse was built by the engineer, James Walker, in 1852, and was demolished in the late 1920s. The current lighthouse was
This photo of ‘Coldrum Longbarrow’ was taken in the mall at the Orchards Shopping Centre shortly after finishing the piece. It can now be seen at the Gallery in the Orchards Shopping Centre in Dartford.
Although a little cold and slippery, what a wonderful sight in Central Park, Dartford – this was my commute from the studio. Work needed to continue on my Monolith Art, so no staying at home in front of a warm radiator for me. Just as well, or I would have missed these magical winter scenes
Nature plays a large part in my work — particularly skies and stretching perspectives. Representing the 'feel' of nature, very often as an abstraction using various techniques in oil, acrylic, or watercolour.