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Summer stars

It’s been a very busy ol’ time lately. In June I took part in my first open studios, joining 300+ other artists showing their work in Warwickshire. A huge thank you to everyone that came to visit my stand at Market Hall Museum, Warwick to look at art, talk about art, and buy art! I …

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A point of view

This month I’ve been taking part in Warwickshire Open Studios at Warwick Museum. One of the fascinating things about creating something for people to look at, is taking a step back and watching them look at it. People get in close, discuss the painting, some even touch the surface. I overhear snippets of conversation about what the …

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Save the date!

I can hardly believe it’s nearly time for my first Open Studio, but here we are!  I’ll be showing my work in Market Hall Museum, Market Place, Warwick from 10am-5pm, on Saturday 15th, Saturday 22nd, and Saturday 29th June. I’m delighted to be exhibiting lots of new paintings, and some limited edition prints. Here’s a …

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Tyck om dej

Words can’t express how much I love Stockholm. I recently visited Sweden’s capital for the first time and instantly fell in love with this archipelago spread across 14 islands and connected by 57 bridges. Its waterfront is alive with boats, from ferries to shuttle you around the city, to sailboats and yachts that cruise out …

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Raw and refined

Victor Pasmore is one of my favourite artists. During a recent trip to Malta, I visited the VP museum – a beautiful jewel of an art gallery in Valletta. The little gallery, tucked away in what was once a gunpowder store, has a dozen of his works – mostly from Victor Pasmore’s time living in Malta. …

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Doing lines

“From a distance it might look straight, but when you get up close, you can always see the line waver. And that’s where the beauty is.”  Margaret Kilgallen It’s been a long winter where I am. But spring is nearly here and I’m looking forward to the longer, lighter days ahead, and the inevitability of …

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