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The Big Jump
original, watercolour on heavyweight rag paper, framed.
Inspired by the wildlife of South and Central America.
Starry Seas, original watercolour on heavyweight rag paper, framed.
Work 1 of 3 in the Starry Reef triptych
Dive into this enchanted scene, with bioluminescent starry creatures surrounding reef. Star patterned rays swim in the background, whilst turtles dance in the current of the water. Jewel like. crabs and corals rest on the sea bed as beautiful and colourful fish make the corals their home.
Inspired by the fun and diversity that can be found in our oceans. Only, in these paintings, I have combined what you would expect to find in fresh water with salt water. A beautiful combination.
These paintings are a mix of dreamlike imagination and a firm love and appreciation of the natural world. Now more than ever, the wildlife found in our oceans and who we share our planet with should be celebrated and treasured.
My work highlights what we know about the natural world, in the detailed reference I use when I create a painting; but also the mysteries of what we do not know. When I allow my imagination to run wild and invent fascinating spectacles of sights unseen. Only to ever be found in our wildest dreams.
Zabriskie Point, original, watercolour on heavyweight rag paper, framed.
Inspired by my trip chasing superblooms around California and ending up in the beautiful vast desert in Death Valley and Zabriskie point. Picking up on the colourful sands and all kinds of unexpected wildlife.
Joshua Tree Superbloom
This piece was inspired by trip last spring chasing superblooms around California. When I arrived at Joshua Tree, I was so lucky to see the entire desert in bloom. What is usually vast and desolate had sprung to life with beauty and colour. It was a sight to behold and I got back to my studio wanting to capture it.