Not intended (luckily!) to be a true picture of the quaint little town, this detail refers to one of the many churches, the river and boats. I loved my visits to the town and the many characters I met. The wonderful individuals, news and gossip always reminded me of those famous residents of another of the Cinque Ports: Mapp and Lucia and their doings!
Detail from a new picture.
A recent painting developed over a random collage of hand-decorated papers. For sale on Singulart.
Thinks: ‘Oh dear! Maybe this dress is a bit bold.’
Picture recently framed for upcoming summer exhibition at a local gallery. Image 8 x 10 inches (20×25 cm).
Could they be gossiping? I expect so. Looks like a place where many strange things could be going on behind the closed doors.
Image 8×10 inches (20×25 cm).
Now, come on! Which of you ate those toes?
Another weird fantasy set of creatures pulled out of random marks.
She holds her dummy close even while she isn’t speaking. An unlikely subject which appeared out of my collage. Image 10×8 inches (25×20 cm).
But who cares. If you like it, wear it.
Sadly I started this 10×8 inch picture on too many varieties of oriental tissue so it was impossible to flatten it out – hence the wrinkles that persist! Otherwise I was pleased with it!
Is she blushing or having a quiet cough in the wings? Quirky figure collage. Image measures 8×10 inches (20×25.5 cm).
Another from my series about the Moeraki boulders. Silly but colourful! The image is 8×10 inches (25.5×20 cm), painted in various acrylic media on paper.
One of a series of paintings referring to the amazing Moeraki Boulders in New Zealand. The image is 10×8 inches (25.5×20 cm) painted on paper with a variety of acrylic products.
One of those splodges of paint which suddenly turned into a recognisable bird! I couldn’t bear to add to it in case the grebe disappeared again. Image 8×10 inches (20×25.5 cm). Just another for the drawer…
One of a recent series of figures outlined with heavy black. I love the way the bright colours look like traditional stained glass. I remember dancing to this song way back… Didn’t want to offend with the real title!
Image 8×10 inches (20×25.5 cm)