Well, the 2018 Gunby Hall Exhibition is now over & a big 'thank you' to those of you who purchased my works and greetings cards. I do hope you enjoy them. A continuing ‘thank you’ to those of you who, having visited my web site, have taken the trouble to e-mail me with your kind comments. Your kindness is very much appreciated. Thank you too, to those of you who have so kindly commissioned and purchased my watercolours; I do hope you have many happy hours enjoying them.


During the Gunby Hall exhibition I demonstrated by painting a series of Red Mountain Landscape Texture watercolours. I just felt that I wanted to take on the challenge of a restrained and different subject. Being aware of the way that a strong coloured light can cast its hue all over the landscape I became eager to pursue this line of work. Moreover, I rather liked the idea of painting, what has turned out to be a series of four such paintings, by demonstrating during the exhibition. These watercolours can now be seen on the RECENT WORK page.

I continue to browse through past sketchbooks, going back some 48 years for subjects for current watercolours which will, when completed, be shown in RECENT WORK.


Those of you who are watercolourists may be interested in the New Encyclopaedia of Watercolor Techniques published by Running Press. Within its covers you will find two of my watercolours reproduced.

My work has also been included in The Complete Guide to Art Materials & Techniques published by Chartwell Books. The work published is Isolation & Low Tide which can be seen under SOLD WATERCOLOURS. Unfortunately, the publishers have misspelt my name and omitted my web site address in the credits. However, the absence of the web address has not prevented you from finding it!