I am very pleased to say that I have a new exhibition coming up at The Fowey River Gallery, Cornwall from 26th March – 9th April 2016
I’ve had a wonderful time exploring and sketching some of the beautiful coastline around Fowey and then putting together this body of work, which features traditional sailing boats in and around the Fowey estuary, as well as local coves and beaches.
On the Hall Walk – 40cm x 40cm – oil on canvas – £475 SOLD
Readymoney – 50cm x 50cm – oil on canvas – £595 SOLD
Fleet and setting sun – 50cm x 100cm – oil on canvas – £985
Evening, Pilot Cutters – 70cm x 70cm – oil on canvas – £935 SOLD
Interior and space
‘Forbidden Fruit’ – oil on canvas – 30cm x 30cm
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There is a dead wasp in the painting, immediately in front of a rather acidic-looking grapefruit. The wasp as uninvited guest has been dealt a severe blow. The message – don’t eat the forbidden fruit.
This painting is currently exhibited at ‘Mounts Bay Contemporary’ Penzance
‘Fleet’ – oil on canvas – 120cm x 150cm
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The Pilot Cutter review is held every May in St. Mawes, Cornwall. Here is a glimpse of the full fleet of classic boats
This painting is currently exhibited at ‘Sullys Framing,’ Penryn, Cornwall.
‘Orchard, evening’ – oil on canvas – 30cm x 30cm
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The evening light filters through the branches in a March orchard, creating purples and mauves, rose and creams.