The width of doubles – part one

I’m making a scroll format painting for the Dandelions and Double Yellows exhibition, actually, the final format of the display is still to be decided. What I do know is that I’m making a very long narrow painting based on green gold memories of winter mosses. I’ve been thinking about the width of a line,… Continue reading The width of doubles – part one

Groundsel, Cathedral Grounds, Grounded

I started this painting early in 2020 to exhibit at Wakefield Cathedral later that year. When the PM announced the first coronavirus lockdown in the UK on 23rd March 2020 The Art House had to close its doors and I had to leave it in the studio. During lockdown my makeshift home studio was a… Continue reading Groundsel, Cathedral Grounds, Grounded

Paintings available as part of #ArtistSupportPledge

I’ve made some of my paintings available to purchase as part of the wonderful Artist Support Pledge #ArtistSupportPledge scheme which was founded by Matthew Burrows in response to the impact that Covid-19 has had on artists’ livelihoods. For the scheme, artists offer works for £200 or less (not including postage) and pledge to spend £200… Continue reading Paintings available as part of #ArtistSupportPledge