Month: August 2015

A New York Terrier?

Delighted I say I have just SOLD “A Stroud Terrier” via Artfinder now off to live in New York “An oil painting animal portrait of a a Jack Russell terrier looking up at its owner waiting for a few crumbs of food to fall his way.”

Enchanted Wood

  This is a painting of a most enchanted wood, halfway between Ilston and the Gower Inn in the Parkmill area of Gower peninsula in Wales. These woody areas, as many artlovers will have realised by now, are a constant source of inspiration for much of my refractionist […]

GREY CLOUDS OVER BLACK MOUNTAIN

This oil painting is of an area that inspires many of my landscapes, the Brecon Beacons in Mid Wales. Unlike most of my other landscape paintings of the Beacons which paint areas of the Black Mountains, this painting is on the opposite side of the central Brecon Beacons […]

The Long Way home

This people portrait is intentionally quite poignant as it features an elderly man who seems to be carrying some of his belongings in a plastic shopping bag. It is not clear if he is unkempt in his crumpled rain coat because he is homeless or has gone beyond […]

New York, New York!

I am delighted to say I have just SOLD this oil painting “Umbrella Flowers” via Artfinder. It is now going to be living in New York, New York, USA “An expressionist oil painting of some cow parsley flowers craning their necks to the sun to catch a fragment […]

Fresh October Morning

  This oil painting returns to Gower for inspiration. The area painted is further upstream from the earlier “Ilston” series”. I wanted to paint more of an expanse behind the trees and brook to give a heightened expression of that fresh, crisp, nose tingling feeling of early morning […]