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Beyond the Studio
My tiny studio has three doors, one to the house, one to the garden and this to the rest of the extension. I had about three hours to fill recently…
Walking near Cley and Blakeney on the Norfolk Coast I saw this scene across a newly dug river bed and had to make a long distance photo because I knew…
The Work Boat
I saw this piece of land from the Jacobite Train last year. No reflection in the loch so I had to invent that. The work boat was on a different…
Studio Flotsam 3
Oil on board
Houseboats at West Mersea
Oil on board
Behind St Andrews Street, Hertford.
I see this scene every time I leave the St Andrews Street car park but my attention was caught this day by one bloom just peeking over the wall. I…
At Mallaig Harbour
I have been working on this picture, on and off, for around six months. I wasn't sure that it was worth finishing but by concentrating and making a number of…
On Mudeford Quay
I loved the clutter of all these pots but I cheated a bit by removing some other stuff behind. I also move the building from a different area as there…
Out on its own.
I was really taken by this one hut far from the other two or three hundred sheds on Mudeford Sandbank. Far too windy to do any sketching and rain threatened…
At my Art Club we occasionally spend an evening posing for each other to sketch. The poses last for ten minutes and this makes for a lot of concentrated work.…
Sun at St Ives
Oil on canvas board
The Farm on the Moors
This is straight from my mind just starting as a scribble and developing in its own way from there.
Window at Walberswick 2
Like the other window picture this was seen in a nearby shed and was more easily recognised. But what were these varied lamps there?
Window at Walberswick 1
This was a fascinating window, part of a fisherman;s shed, at Walberswick. It was difficult to see through the glass so a lot of this is part-imaginary.
Blown snow at the car park.
A night of fine snow with a strong wind left these trees at Stanborough Park with a fine snow coat on just one side. An hour later all had gone.
On the Great Ouse at St Ives.
On the ancient bridge at St Ives, Huntingdonshire, I was struck by this odd, white, heavily trimmed tree. As it was a long way upstream I took a telephoto so…
The Red Wagon
See my earlier version of this picture in watercolour. This oil won an award at the recent TAPC/Patchings Art Exhibition which was very pleasing.
Cley windmill across the Blakeney Freshes.
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