• ALONG THE DAISY PATH TO THE FULL MOONALONG THE DAISY PATH TO THE FULL MOON Quick View
    • ALONG THE DAISY PATH TO THE FULL MOONALONG THE DAISY PATH TO THE FULL MOON Quick View
    • ALONG THE DAISY PATH TO THE FULL MOON

    • £510.00
    • ALONG THE DAISY PATH TO THE FULL MOON. March 2020. Above Bats Head, Lulworth, Dorset. Gouache and site earths on handmade cotton rag paper. I walked my way up the hill as the moon rose through an avenue of daisies that were not there on the way down... mysterious - a touch of magic that I have not sought to…
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  • AMONGST LOW TIDE POOLS AND MOUNDS, OLD HUNSTANTON.AMONGST LOW TIDE POOLS AND MOUNDS, OLD HUNSTANTON. Quick View
    • AMONGST LOW TIDE POOLS AND MOUNDS, OLD HUNSTANTON.AMONGST LOW TIDE POOLS AND MOUNDS, OLD HUNSTANTON. Quick View
    • AMONGST LOW TIDE POOLS AND MOUNDS, OLD HUNSTANTON.

    • £2,200.00
    • This piece is richly encrusted with the red and white chalk of those remarkable cliffs. I'm sitting at a distance to them at low tide. The sea-smoothed boulders in the foreground are largely Carr stone...coarser than the chalk. The binding medium here is acrylic...I've added blue and yellow artist pigments...everything else was found on location. I worked with this piece…
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  • BLUEBERRY MOON, WEST BEXINGTON, Chesil Beach, Dorset.BLUEBERRY MOON, WEST BEXINGTON, Chesil Beach, Dorset. Quick View
    • BLUEBERRY MOON, WEST BEXINGTON, Chesil Beach, Dorset.BLUEBERRY MOON, WEST BEXINGTON, Chesil Beach, Dorset. Quick View
    • BLUEBERRY MOON, WEST BEXINGTON, Chesil Beach, Dorset.

    • £2,500.00
    • BLUEBERRY MOON, WEST BEXINGTON. Acrylic and beach material on unstretched canvas. The blueberries I nibbled from the garden were exactly in harmony with the shadows. When the moon rose it was quite a moment...it seemed impossibly big. Note the Sea Kake midst the shingle... 36x122cm image size. 52x135cm framed size. Unstretched canvas- heavy impasto - raised on foamcore on limed…
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  • BRIGHT SUMMER DAWN. THE FLEET, CHESIL BEACH. Quick View
    • BRIGHT SUMMER DAWN. THE FLEET, CHESIL BEACH. Quick View
    • BRIGHT SUMMER DAWN. THE FLEET, CHESIL BEACH.

    • £720.00
    • ...a beautiful clear summer dawn... settled weather. The caravans are perched high towards the sun. I'm still in the shade. (diptych) Site debris and watercolour on handmade cotton rag paper. 44x16cm. This is prepared ready to hang with a baton behind (to be displayed without a frame). I'm happy to send a photo of the presentation. The cost of postage is…
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  • CHESIL MURMURATION Quick View
    • CHESIL MURMURATION Quick View
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    • CHESIL MURMURATION

    • £680.00
    • This is the moment when an arc of starling becomes funnel- and they seem to be sucked into the reed beds where they commence to chatter and organise themselves. Encrusted with marsh and shingle. This is currently unframed. The cost of postage is not included in the price.
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  • CLIFFS BASKING. Old Hunstanton. Quick View
    • CLIFFS BASKING. Old Hunstanton. Quick View
    • CLIFFS BASKING. Old Hunstanton.

    • £680.00
    • This piece is richly encrusted with the red and white chalk of those remarkable cliffs. The coarse matter in the foreground is Carr stone...coarser than the chalk. The binding medium here is acrylic...I've added blue and yellow artist pigments...everything else was found on location.  Unframed work. Handmade cotton rag paper. The cost of postage is not included in this price.
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  • CROWS FORAGING ALONG RETREATING TIDE LINE Quick View
    • CROWS FORAGING ALONG RETREATING TIDE LINE Quick View
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    • CROWS FORAGING ALONG RETREATING TIDE LINE

    • £520.00
    • The silhouettes of rock pool mounds and crows against the low light ... looking straight into the dark/light glare of water, feather and stone. This piece is framed- dimensions: 38x31cm. I'm happy to send a photo of the presentation. The cost of postage is not included in this price. I'll be in touch to discuss options.
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  • DAWN SLICE, FERRY BRIDGE. Quick View
    • DAWN SLICE, FERRY BRIDGE. Quick View
    • DAWN SLICE, FERRY BRIDGE.

    • £1,800.00
    • This image is framed. Ferry Bridge is just to the top right of the image...Portland is still dark with lights twinkling. Dawn is growing out of a crimson slice cut out of a twilight sky... Acrylic and site debris on handmade cotton rag paper. 70x37cm paper size. 90x55cm framed dimensions. The painting is framed and currently on exhibition at Sladers…
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  • DAY MOON, CHARMOUTHDAY MOON, CHARMOUTH Quick View
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    • DAY MOON, CHARMOUTH

    • £490.00
    • This began in 2011 in a portrait format. I returned with the piece along the same shoreline over time. It is a constantly mobile bit of coast so it seemed absolutely appropriate to 'over-write' radically according to the conditions. The surface has heavy impasto and is deeply scored...material has been removed as well as added. Currently displayed on a wooden…
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  • DURDLE DOOR CONTRE JOUR Quick View
    • DURDLE DOOR CONTRE JOUR Quick View
    • DURDLE DOOR CONTRE JOUR

    • £520.00
    • This piece is framed. It was painted in March 2020 just before travel restrictions were put in place. A bright and breezy day with fragments of chalk from rabbit scrapes to make into pigment. The cost of postage is not included in this price.
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    • DURDLE DOOR CONTRE JOUR

    • £510.00
    • DURDLE DOOR CONTRE JOUR 16x22cm Site earths gouache and watercolour on handmade cotton rag paper. This was the last trip I made along the coast before the first lockdown. A bright March day. Image size 16x22cm. The handmade cotton rag paper finds its own edges and position in space as it dries with all the material unevenly on it. The…
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  • DURDLE DOOR WIDE OPEN. LULWORTH Quick View
    • DURDLE DOOR WIDE OPEN. LULWORTH Quick View
    • DURDLE DOOR WIDE OPEN. LULWORTH

    • In March 2020 this was one of the last site visits I made before travel was denied. I sat up on the hillside just above the stream of visitors as the morning sun behind the arch created intense contre jour... a remarkable green/turquoise reflection shimmered in the water. Chalk fragments were scattered around me...they are often tossed out by rabbits.…
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