Who lives here? Are these homes on Earth or elsewhere? A powerful small mixed media painting featuring a layered and textured painted ground with monotype decorated collage. 7.5 x 5.5 inches on heavy watercolour paper, ready to frame under glass.
A mixed media painting with layers of paint and collaged papers. Only 5.5 x 7.5 inches but it has a lot of detail and decoration. A very strange flower that is difficult to find in the wild. Painted on heavy watercolour paper, ready to frame under glass.
A mysterious moonlit picture. Mixed media on heavy watercolour paper. Layered texture and collage. Image size 5.5 x 7.5 inches.
Prints on paper or canvas of this picture can be purchased in various formats or as a greetings card in my print on demand shop.
A charcoal drawing of a childhood memory. An evening of great excitement and suspense because the moonflowers open with visible drama only at night. A painting of the same scene followed. Image size 13×15 inches.
A charcoal drawing of a summer picnic, from imagination. Image size 14×11 inches.
A large charcoal drawing from imagination, developed from initial random lines. This first drawing has been used as the starting point of smaller paintings. Image size 16×23 inches.
An imagined subject drawn in charcoal. The cut off elements add to the overall feeling of movement. There is a theme of echoes and a struggle to balance the elements in the picture. As often happens, a painting was done based on the drawing but it didn’t have the same satisfaction for me. Image size 15×11 inches.
A charcoal drawing. Entirely imaginary. Image size 12×11.5 inches.
A fun charcoal drawing done in response to the challenge in a group activity on the subject of ‘flood’. It is an imagined portrayal of an actual event when a swollen stream washed away a camping holiday. Image size 13×14.5 inches.